Euroboys- 1999 Man CD. This is an early release from Euroboy of Turbonegro’s other band that he played in when he wasn't playing in Turbonegro. ‘1999 Man’ is quite a departure from the Euroboys previous release, “Long Day's Flight 'Till Tomorrow”. While that full-length album was mostly instrumentals, only one of the songs on this CD is an instrumental. And while “Flight” offered an intriguing blend of Henry Mancini-ish lounge music and '60s pop-rock, ‘1999 Man’ favor a tougher and grittier approach to '60s and early '70s rock that will appeal more to Turbonegro fans. ‘Party Animal’ and ‘1999 Man’ are both Kinks-like rockers and are much more forceful than anything on “Flight”. Andn although ‘Witchfinder’ (the CD's only instrumental) has some Mancini-ish appeal, it's harder and more distorted than any of “Flight”'s instrumentals. The disc's most subdued offering is the moody, psychedelic-influenced rocker called "Ballad of Kirk and the Jerks" and outside of that “1999 Man” is a hardrockin' effort that no one was expecting after “Flight”. Fun disc.