It almost feels like someone hit the 75RPM switch on the record player on this LP right out of the gate. There’s an urgency there that makes me wonder why I didn’t love this stuff back when I was a kid. This is a great blast of late-70’s rock ‘n roll, complete with rollicking keyboards, awesome stripped down production and a lead singer who still spits (literally) vitriol in just the nicest of ways. Quintessential to his punk spirit is the song “Radio Radio,” a gnarly in your face to the record industry. His f’ you performance of it on SNL still ranks up there as one of the best moments in live TV history.