"Hector Saldana and his mates know as much about San Antonio, its special brand of rock 'n' roll and its history as Doug and Augie . . . 'Tipsy Topsy Turvy' is exactly what one would expect from a band once billed as the Tex-Mex Beatles: a West Side heat-seeking missile. Highlights include bilingual rocker '1070 (I'm Your Dirty Mexican),' which sounds like a Pied Piper call to La Raza; 'The Working People,' a brilliant, populist blue-collar soul tune right for our time; and the twanging homage, 'Gordon Lightfoot.'"