That's it we give up. If we spent every waking moment thinking about it, we still couldn't give you a reason not to see Cake in concert, or at least not one that hasn't been said a thousand times before. If you haven't already been, an evening with John McCrea and co. is exactly what you'd expect an endless stream of alternative-radio immortals, from "The Distance" and "Sheep Go to Heaven" to "Short Skirt/Long Jacket" and "The Guitar Man." For those who've already spent some time with the little fashion nuggets, they already know the real secret that beneath that layer of ubiquitous fame and underrated musicianship lie a couple of workaday song slingers, each of whom looks like he'd be just as happy jamming at the neighborhood barbecue as playing music halls. You know what? Screw new reasons. A Cake concert is the kind of sing-with-the-crowd, toss-back-a-beer show that other arena rockers could only dream of playing.