A tribal funk soundtrack for the entertainment guerilla in all of us, "Give Too Much" celebrates the radical doctrine of PRONOIA. The opposite of paranoia, PRONOIA dares you to believe that the whole world is conspiring to shower you with blessings.
"Calling this music 'smart rock' . . . does a disservice to the emotional sweep of the music. . . " -- Joel Selvin, San Francisco Chronicle
"They pack their songs full of enough heady words and phrases to fill a Greil Marcus-style rock critique." -- Gus Stadler, SF Weekly
"This is one one of the boldest and most literate albums released in years." -- Scott Benarde, Y-NOT
"World Entertainment War has all the ingredients to bring the band into MTV rotation." -- John Hogle, BAM
"['Give Too Much' is] cheerfully anarchist, socially conscious, warmly humanist, charmingly goofy, and sternly pop." -- Deb Finley, Detroit Metro Times
World Entertainment War, when viewed through the history presented in "The Televisionary Oracle," is more than an outlet for Brezsny's musical leanings. It is quite possibly the result of a prolific and prophetic performance artist and his band of co-conspirators. -- Instant Planet Quarterly