Bud Bronson & The Good Timers"This might be the greatest band of all time."
-- Todd Farrell, Two Car Garage / Benchmarks
"The kind of triumphant power pop that feels like it’s coming from an honest place rather than being an affectation of style. That they have moved beyond obvious influences makes Bud Bronson & the Good Timers one of the most exciting rock-and-roll bands in Denver at this moment."
-- Tom Murphy, Westword
"Fantasy Machine is a rare album that effectively mixes the earnest lyricism of Iron Chic with the arena rock shreddery of Iron Maiden. Sonically, the album is gigantic. The lyrics are self-aware enough to know that the party has to eventually end, even though no one is prepared for it to be over."
-- Ryan Heller, For the Love of Punk / Lawsuit Models
"Exploding with stadium-sized riffs, dual-lead pyrotechnics and storytelling that splits the atom between earnestness and absurdity, "Fantasy Machine" tells of the struggle to maintain the wide-eyed wonder of adolescence — when a Squier Strat could transform a suburban bedroom into an arena of screaming fans — during the long stretch between the twilight of childhood and the rest of your life... Simply a must-have."
-- Bud Bronson, BBGT Monthly
"Sure I'll have another beer."
-- Joe Namath, NFL Hall of Fame Quarterback