“Ten million people may have bought Meat Loaf’s Bat Out of Hell, but maybe only ten thousand people got it. Most pop music is made to be just far enough ahead of the cusp that it finds its moment, but it’s more important to me to make a record that you can listen to for years….You hope people will buy it, and let it make them sad when they need to be sad.” (Mark Szabo)

DRIVE ME TO THE PARK Puncture Fall 2000 by Franklin J. Bruno Good Horsey hardly made a splash in the early-’90s indie pool — but those who heard them never