"Burning Bridges" is the second release by this rock/world beat group from San Diego. Their first album, "From Benny's Tiki Room And Ammo Dump" helped establish the band's unique blend of influences and sounds. In an October 2, 1993 article, Billboard Magazine observed that their songs "...fuse several African guitar styles and minor-key Mid Eastern-isms with a hard rocking, bluesy attack." Their new album has been compared to certain elements of Talking Heads and Santana.
"...an unqualified tour-de-force from a band whose opulent layers of sound command immediate attention."
- Buddy Seigal, San Diego Union Tribune
"...estimable debut album singes with the authority that makes their selective performances so special."
- Stephen Esmedina, San Diego Reader
"Burning Bridges stand at a demonstrable distance from their more visible peers... (their) music is full of globe-trotting nuances, inspirations and references. And it is precisely this cultural cross-pollination that makes them so thoroughly fascinating and entertaining."
- San Diego Reader