This first effort by SATFS tends to get short shrift from both critics and anthologisers. Unfairly, as - while it may fall well short of the groundbreakings heights of Stand! and ...Riot..., it's still a good example of Sly's unique blend of soul/R&B and psychedelia. The opening cut, Underdog, is one of Sly's most underrated tracks - very punchy, with a clever borrowing of the old 'Frere Jacques' refrain. The rest of the album maintains the same standard. If you like SATFS, you can feel confident in buying this.