Living in America and having been born in 1982, it's a wonder I was ever able to find this album. Alas, after three years of picking through every record store in Seattle I finally found a used copy in good condition. And what an album! Not as menacing as PiL's early albums, this album avoids the pitfalls of John's late 80s work. Psycho's Path is, in my opinion, one of Lydon's very best albums (alongside Metal Box and Album). I would give this another star if it weren't for two songs. A No & A Yes is interesting at first, but doesn't warrant much repeated listening and the original version of Stump is rather dated and cheesy. Otherwise, this is another reason why Mr. Lydon ought to recieve more credit than he already does for his work with the Sex Pistols.