“With so much of the Big Apple (especially Manhattan) seemingly losing its soul of late, it's good that there are local bands like this trio to bring back some of the grit and spirit of old New York. Richard Dev Greene's meaty, overdriven guitar riffs combine with the pounding rhythms of bassist Luke Miller and drummer Brian Wolfe to form an explosive, tight 'n' crunchy attack that brings to mind recent incarnations of The New York Dolls and Stooges. In fact, the band even do a cover of their hero Iggy Pop's 1979 LP title track 'New Values', and kick up agood head of steam doing it. And with potent, melodic originals like 'Yeah X 3' and 'Talkin' To Myself (To Get By)', this debut is a complete knockout. ” - Jack Rabid
— The Big Takeover review of PALE MOON GANG debut CD "PALE MOON GANG"
“There's been a few reviews that I've written where I said something about how "they don't make 'em like that anymore". I'm usually talking about an older release and my comment comes from the fact that, back in the day, music actually meant something. It wasn't the business it is today. It was more of a feeling ... a feeling which Pale Moon Gang seems more than happy to tap into. This is rock'n'roll slash punk that reminds me of Johnny Thunders, early Rolling Stones, Iggy Pop, The Clash and anyone else who seemed to create music from the gut in order to throw it into the face of an audience that was more than willing to stand there fist in the air, screamin' for this style of music. It may be a new musical world, but this is old school, man. This is what I'm talkin' about. Not a lot of people will make 'em like this anymore. Luckily, for the people who happen to like a good musical kick in the face, Pale Moon Gang is willing to deliver. For those of you who refuse to grow up and accept all the crap that's floating around out there today ... crap they call music ... this is the release for you. This is the real deal. This album is fresh in my CD player and I'm already lookin' forward to their next release. ” - Paul Autry