9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on 6 December 2000
Being from the greatest rock band ever,john entwistle is very underrated.being the first member of the who to release a solo album,he is the only one to achieve the typically "who" type songs.one only has to listen to the opening track,"my size",which must have hadthe rest of the who left dumbfounded as it must be one of the heaviest songs on the who back catalouge.as far as solo albums go "the ox"s solo attempts although not as complexed as pete townshends attempts,the opposite in fact.just straight forward unparalleled rock and roll of which,this is the best example of one of rocks best known and hardest working members of the music buisness
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 23 September 2009
An album very much of its time, but with some good stuff, particularly You're mine/No29 External Youth. Entwistle feeling his way into solo territory and in fairness his later albums (particularly Whistle Rymes) have more flair and imagination.