What a find for garage rock fans. This wasn't any garage rock band, it was Sun Records' garage rock band, produced by the legendary Sam Phillips and his son, Knox. The Radiants were already working when the British Invasion hit and they were among the first Memphis bands to adapt the new sounds. What makes the Radiants exceptional are their unheard original songs, which compete with any pop products of the day. They were hard rocking and used Hollies/Searchers type harmonies to make even cover songs sound unique. Of interest to Garage fans are the previously anthologized "My Way of Thinking," and "Truth From My Eyes," the band's two singles, but great songs like "To Seek and then Find," and "Nobody Walks Out on Me," are heard here for the first time. Sun Records was in its' decline during this time, which may explain why the Radiants didn't get wider exposure. This discovery from Ace Records is the remedy.