This is one of Neil's many 80s genre expeditions, and, while the songs are upbeat and fun, has very little depth. Neil released it as a payback to David Geffen, his record company exec who insisted he shelve his country project (which became "Old Ways") and release a more rock album like "Rust Never Sleeps." This is hardly "Rust Never Sleeps," and it resulted in Geffen suing Young for not sounding enough like himself (the latter lost, of course). I've read Neil quoted as saying the above and also as saying that this album is "as good as 'Tonight's the Night.'" Trust me, it's not, and he probably knows it, although who am I to judge. If you find this album on vinyl at a garage sale in good condition, by all means grab it. But whether or not it's worth $$$ is a matter of personal opinion. Mine is that, while I dig the music, that much for a 24-minute album is hardly worth the money.