There's a particular type of strong-voiced punky girl-rock, from Joan Jett to Elastica to Letters to Cleo, that has always made this critic a little weak in the knees. Sick of Sarah has been fulfilling that type to a T in the local arena for a couple years now, with big pop hooks powerful enough to make an otherwise somber grown man bounce up and down in his cubicle chair with a big dorky smile plastered to his face. Now, after too long stuck hitting repeat on the few songs that grace SoS's MySpace page, the wait for a full-length... More >>>