There were 300 copies of this record made. 100 on pink and 200 on black and they were pressed on 10' vinyl. ' (Chicago Reader Recommended Show) Having brought his snotty, sorta-garagey project Absolutely Not from Orlando to Chicago more than four years ago, Donnie Moore might have expected it to stir up a bit more hubbub around here by now-and honestly, I couldn't much fault him if he did. A little Jay Reatard, a little McLusky, even a little Thermals, the band can't quite be straight-up packaged and shipped as 'garage rock,' but that's not to say that Moore-who uses a live band onstage but does it all himself in the studio-doesn't occasionally throw a noisy bubblegum party on simple tunes like 'Local Disappointment,' from last year's self-released EP It's Over. Absolutely Not's slower, almost postpunk tunes keep the sound from slipping into a rut, but Moore's at his best (and catchiest) when he's dishing out loud, organ-backed, Okmoniks-style fuzz. Having recently opened for Mark Sultan and Thee Oh Sees, Absolutely Not has started finding it's crowd in Chicago-and if Moore took a note or three over the shoulders of those brilliant iconoclasts, that can only benefit his own music.' - CHICAGO READER.