is completely overlooked by yer modern hip music critics and bands?
My mum of all people bought me this album from a charity shop about four years ago and I couldn't believe what I was hearing. Never really knew nothing of them beforehand so expected some guff. Still, the amount of hooks and killer riffs on this as well as Chrissie Hynde's incredible delivery make it pretty special. Would be nice to see it mentioned more often and even a shamless aping from the odd band would be nice.