Over the last few years Douglas Greed live with his band has twisted heads at festivals over a few beers.Underway with a percussionist and singer he is constantly on the highways ravaging the gas stations of Europe – especially for the last few months. What has developed on the stage as a stout Twister session for adults is now presented as a music release.The title piece Masked Up And Messed Up puts up a fat middle finger to everyone who lets their vanity slip out at the masked ball. The track is a bass-bellied house rocker along with vocals that wink an eye with a snot-nosed chorus added.With 5000 Ansi Lumen the lights roll on and off with a flick. There isn t anything the neighbors can do by knocking on the door when the cross-trainers are carrying the load of the baseline! The Rainfall in the very first beat provides space for a a dried-out drum. In this dusty atmosphere, it builds up ever and ever more and takes flight to the foremost place. A groovy stop and go – dissolved into a supplication for rain and salvation.