While their debut record was hard, lo-fi punk rock, by the time of "You Can't Stop Rock 'n' Roll" they had cleaned their sound up abit. It was a little poppier possibly but it still contains in my opinion their best collection of tunes. The production is really good, very bass heavy, and Snider is in fine voice. "The Kids Are Back" & "I Am (I'm Me)" were classic singalong anthems, but album tracks such as "We're Gonna Make It" & "I've Had Enough" were equally strong. TS sold out to MTV with "Stay Hungry" in 1984, and turned pop-metal, to which they never recovered but pick this up & the debut "Under The Blade" and you have their best 2 efforts.