Canned Heat has continued to endure over the years despite several lineup changes. On this latest release, drummer de la Parra, who has been a member of Canned Heat since 1967, dusts off the bands name and assembles a new version of the Heat with guests, Roy Rogers, Corey Stevens, Walter Trout, Taj Mahal and John Lee Hooker. The result is a mediocre release that does not quite capture the heyday of the original Canned Heat. Even the remakes of "Let's Work Together" and "Getaway" lack the magic of the original releases. The band seems to be relying on fan loyalty or name ID to garner sales. This appears evident by the decision to also include an early version of "Let's Work Together" performed by Harvey Mandel and Little Wheel featuring John Lee Hooker. Overall, considering some of the legendary hits release by the Heat over the years, this one is far from satisfying.