Yet another band originating from the same Memphis axis that brought the world the Oblivians, the Compulsive Gamblers, and Reigning Sound, and while the Cool Jerks don't add any new twists to the modus operandi of those other units, they certainly don't detract from the legacy either. For the uninitiated, expect full-bore rock'n'roll that threatens to blow its own pistons on every straightaway. Titles like "Let It Go And Rock!," "Got Damned Again!," and "Skip A Beat" tell the story - as does the fact that three out of the thirteen songs sport exclamation marks in their titles. "Not The Only Girl In Town" may blatantly nick its melody line from "Pills," but the Cool Jerks prove both their coolness (and jerk-dom) by using the New York Dolls version as their template. They also cover Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, lest you suspect they don't comprehend their place in the continuum. Totally cool. Here's hoping the residents of Memphis realize what greatness walks among them.