This album is dirty, gritty and really sets the pace for future releases by the band. TS, despite hailing from New York, hit the scene around the same time as the New Wave of British Heavy Metal and this album has a distinctly British feel to it. Far more aggressive than their L.A. counterparts (Motley Crue) and with more make up than Kiss and Alice Cooper combined TS presented an unusual visual spectacle. Dee Sniders vocals shine on this album, the man has a voice that makes Bruce Dickensons' look feeble, and the guitar work, whilst fairly simplistic, is very gutsy. Check it out but remember, what you don't know sure can hurt you!