I was hooked the first time I heard Stop This Game on local radio one of the handful of times that they actually played it locally, and as such I'm always amazed at the negativity that this album spawns as far as reviews go. After the relative disappointment of Dream Police I always considered this album to be Cheap Trick's return to being a rock n roll band after the unfortunate sideways journey to trying the waters as a top 40 band. Less power pop than actual rock, All Shook Up has shown up in it's entirety on most of the dozens of CT compilations that I've recorded on tape or cd over the years. On the odd occasion that I find myself short of space, only Go For The Throat has occasionally found itself left off, which is a huge testament to it's top to bottom listenability. To me, the true killer has always been that the song that I would argue might be their best ever, Everything Works If You Let It, was somehow left off this album despite being recorded near the same time. For years I eagerly awaited the remastered version of All Shook Up, thinking that EWIYLI would be one of the bonus tracks included along with the other potential great surprises. I think it's going on seven years now, and still no remasters past the first three albums. They were great. What's the holdup?