Car Commericals are generally uncomfortable; probably shifty-eyed loners that barely leave the basement. Their brand of strictly personal suburban ooze was borne deep within the recesses of New Jersey, just east of I-95. More specifically, this music springs from inside that unspeakable zone deep within the mind where feelings get very messy.\r\nDavid Sutton and Daniel DiMaggio (HOME BLITZ), the duo known as Car Commercials, make mysterious fake rock clatter for heavy petting (yeah right). Following a brief stint as GT Performers, Daniel and David began to make duo recordings as Car Commercials a few years ago, releasing their creepy missives in small runs, mostly for Suttons Leaf Leaf label. The two have tapped into an aspect of nonsensical nihilism that makes Jad Fairs early recordings so alluring, but have forgone his obsession with cartoon horror and monster movies in favor of Faces of Death I thru VI.\r\nErics Diary is the second LP release from Car Commericals, following the out-of-print Judys Dust LP (Cenotaph) from early 2008. Those confounded by Judys Dust will be pleased to know that Erics Diary is where things get...intense. Breathe deep, and prepare to scratch yr head faster than you can say Home Blitz. LP edition of 200 with full color paste-on sleeves. -Soft Abuse. Late 2008 release.