I picked this album up when I was sixteen, eighteen years ago. I'm still playing it, and still loving it. The recordings are rough, some of the songs are downright bizarre and beyond, but the energy and intensity of the tracks are incredible. Half of the album contains the weirder side of 60s garage/rockabilly music, the other half some of the 80s psychobilly that it inspired. For quality, the first half has it by a whisker (after all, that stuff had 20 years to sink in before the compilers put this thing together) but from the 80s stuff there are still some real gems.