I have owned this album since it was available only on vinyl, and it's about worn out now.
Geo. Thorogood's delivery is a shock to the system on first acquaintance; hard, driving, clear, vibrant and exciting in its rawness.
This is rock'n'roll beyond the likes of the Rolling Stones,tight and disciplined, it is brash and loud and always inimitably Geo. Thorogood, but always different.
'One bourbon, one scotch, one beer' is the only track to disappoint, and then only after several listenings - it does go on a little.
Never less than superb, this album was my introduction to Geo. Thorogood and the Destroyers and it's hard to beat.