The album kicks off with the first single, also given the video treatment, "Hell Raising Women". The opening riffs tell you basically all you need to know, just get off your seat and get your fist in the air! "Sound of the Loud Minority" is the next selection and is just a little behind the opener in it's infection. "Outlaw" charges out of the gates and features a sing along chorus, but "Girls of the 80's" is nothing short of phenomenal. The track reminds me of exactly what got me into this music in days of my youth and I feel like calling up friends on the rotary dial phone and telling them to bring over a blank cassette. Things slow down just a little in "I Missed the Mark" and the misleadingly titled "All Looks, No Hooks" is anything but free of hooks. A statement that has been made many times by many bands rings clear again here in the upbeat rager "Ain't No Rest in Rock N' Roll". "Call to Action" gets lost in the shuffle a little, but "Heroes Are Forever", a re-working of the song off of Loud Minority, jumps right out at you. "Psycho City" has a chorus of gang vocals that's ridiculously familiar, but I can't quite place it and things finish up with "Wrecking Ball Crew".
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