Heralded by the local music intelligentsia as the strongest debut since Slow’s “Against The Glass,” The Nasty-On’s incendiary “City Sick” set the course for Vancouver rock n’ roll in the new millennium. Their sophomore release, simply entitled “Squid,” carried on where “City Sick” left off: the results are massive. Think of the ugliest 9Ts Chicago rhythm section polished and stripped clean. Think Monster Magnet if Wyndorf earned a PhD in cultural theory and blew his work-study savings in the studio. 500 pressed, gatefold, hand numbered.