All I have To Offer Is My Own Confusion is the latest release from modern rock band Fireworks. From the very first track, this CD has radio singles written all over it. Each and every tune could easily be heard on virtually any modern rock station across the country. This is a high-energy rock album that begs to be played at full volume. The Infectious Modern Rock disc is packed with well-written, well-produced tunes that rock from start to finish.

After listening to the whole disc, I am not sure I can single out just tune that would be a favorite of mine. Each and every song is infectious; I thoroughly enjoyed them all. About the only negative thing can say about this record is that I really wished that it was a lot longer because by the time I really got grooving on it the CD was over… what a drag.

The artwork for All I Have To Offer Is My Own Confusion is a bit odd and feature a lone figure wearing a wolf mask, I am not sure how it ties into the title, but I guess it does not really matter because bottom line the CD is a pleasure to listen to no mater what the cover looks like.

There really is not much bad to say about this album. This is the kind of music I really enjoy listening to the most and Fireworks has withstood constant listening, in my CD player. I would recommend it without reluctance. Pick up this album as soon as you can; you will not be disappointed.

Track Listing:

01. Geography, Vonnegut And Me
02. Come Around
03. Closet Weather
04. 2923 Monroe St.
05. Holiday
06. I Support Same Sex Marriage
07. Show Me Your Vanishing Act One More Time
08. You’ve Lost Your Charm
09. Again And Again
10. Detroit
11. When We Stand On Each Other We Block Out The Sun

Run Time: 32:43