'Lost in the Trouble is as much swaggery swozzled good times as it is driving kick-ass rock and roll...The disc in whole has much in common with a broad swath of Americana musics old and new without ever ending up quite like any of them. Grows on ya like a motherfucker, too.' - Mark Tucker, FAME 'Ned Van Go's fifth album makes a strong case that they deserve a wider audience. While the band can rock like Ned Zeppelin or Ned Van Halen, the Van Gos like their twang too, and play with a cohesion befitting a group that has spent lots of time together in a van.' - Steven Wine, Associated Press (Jul 23, 2013) ' Carrying on the proud tradition of Southern Culture on the Skids, the Drive-By Truckers, and any country band that has dared to poke fun at Dixie living...At least Hill and the gang have booze-romanticized on "Drunk Like Shane MacGowan" (and elsewhere)-and an outlet for their deceptively smart honky-tonk grumbling.' - M Music & Musicians (Aug 15, 2013) 'The album is short on finesse and long on kick ass. Just like rock n' roll should be.Producer Michael Webb (John Fogerty, Poco, and Gary Allan) keeps the mix raw and minimal. Their booking contract should contain a standard indemnity clause in the vein of "Book this band at your own risk. They may burn your venue to the ground." Sign here please:__________________' - Michael Rampa, High Octane Magazine (Sep 17, 2013) 'Ned Van Go hold their southern pride closely to their sheepstained trousers, but you get the feeling the vehemence in the song is directed more at their betterthan- you neighbors than those across the Mason- Dixon line. Drive-By Truckers have made a career of taking the back the south's good name. Ned Van Go add themselves to the list of southern bands proud of their heritage and that take their roots and light a fire with all the rock they can find.' - Danny McClosky, The Alternate Root (Jun 05, 2013) ' Ned Van Go frames the hard lines of blue collar America with a rock aesthetic drawing in strands of folk, country, and punk influence punctuating not only the working man's view, but the thinking man's view.' Dark Horse Review (April 4, 2013) Ned Van Go-'Poor White Trash Southern Reputation Blues': 'This hilarious, rawking, hillbilly romp tells you everything you need to know about their irreverence, wit and spunk.' Robert Oermann-Music Row Magazine.