This is a perfect example of a music form long gone. This isn't a real portrait of the jungle, but an incredibly campy Hollywood jungle. If you're like me and you enjoy all those old Hollywood jungle pictures, than this disc is a hoot. Also, if you are into certain mind-altering substances, you will enjoy this compilation. The anthology compiles various no-hit-wonder rock 'n' roll acts who probably wouldn't be found anywhere else. Crypt continues to amaze me in the field of digging up these nobodys. I mean, what other company would reissue 45s by Baby Sticks and the Kingtones or Hully Gully Boys? This music will obviously be politically incorrect at times, but only the most extreme will be offended by these humorous stereotypes. As with many other instances, they weren't meant to inspire hate. This is a fun, if unessential, compilation to own. Volume Two is even better.