"More Help for Your Nerves is a Power Pop masterpiece, ranking up there with some of the classics of the genre…[Klug] churns out songs so infectiously rich with hooks the CDC might think about investigating. While Power Pop is sometimes derided for being a bit too “paint by numbers” without a lot of variation, sometimes, when the writer is as good as Klug, it transcends the entire genre. And More Help is incredibly varied, with Klug blending trademark peppier numbers with a capella passages, orchestral flourishes, jazzy shuffles and piano ballads without losing his fairly singular sonic identity. Just as Brian Wilson created pocket symphonies with his smart, crafty Pop tunes, Klug’s songs are luxurious and immaculately constructed and arranged, almost like three-minute orchestral pieces.
Klug would fit in on a package tour with Ben Folds, The Move, The Shazam, Big Star, Fountains of Wayne and Joe Jackson (Look Sharp era), but More Help makes it clear that he’d not be the opening act on that tour."
--- Cincinnati CityBeat
"This disc is an embarrassment of riches clocking in at just under an hour with 17 tracks. None of them are throwaways. Klug’s mostly a one-man band with inspiration up to his ears and a voice that hints at hidden cabaret chops.
The second song, “Dump Me Hard,” announces that this is an artist who’s got it going on in every department. Every song is a standout although I would single out “For the Kids” for its bittersweet poignancy."
--- Big Hollywood http://bighollywood.breitbart.com
"Roger Klug has a heart alright, and here it is, splattered all over tunes about society's misfits: a guy who pleads with his girlfriend to dump him hard so he knows that the hurt will stick; a guy who yearns for an eclectic relationship but can't decide just how eclectic that is; a baby-hungry girl whose every activity revolves around meeting the father of her future children, at the risk of her own identity; a lovelorn guy who wishes a romance going on before his eyes will fail so he can swoop in and save the romantic day; a group of sad sacks who find that the keys to heaven may not always be within reach.
More Help For Your Nerves turns out to be a snappy, pure pop, self-help manual that can inspire the minds of guys and gals like these to widen and accept all possibilities in life. Certainly, Klug is the epitome of the widescreen mind: his albums are practically road maps to creative bliss."