Everyone grows up, but if you're as (in)famous as child star Corey Feldman, it's anyone's guess how you'll turn out: either behind bars, perhaps, or laughing all the way to a Malibu home -- or both. Or maybe you'll lead a Classic Rock band adept at penning overblown anthems, with plenty of post-production trickery to create a dreamy wash over standard rock fare. Feldman's gruff voice might remind you of an extremely self-conscious Stevie Ray Vaughan, or Clapton in his Derek and the Dominoes phase, and the musicians he's enlisted seem like they're quite accustomed to the confines of the studio. With titles such as "Soul Search" (parts 1, 2 and 3, mind you), it's nice to know that the former ne'er-do-well is spending endless days contemplating the meaning of life. Or something.