I had enjoyed "Neil Young" as a casual listener before this, but "Freedom" is the first album of his that I totally absorbed and loved. Whether it's his "comeback" or not doesn't really matter, it's just near perfect in my book. It starts and ends with different versions of "Rockin' In The Free World", one of his signature songs. Both amaze. "Crime In The City (sixty to zero part 1)" is a great epic track, and "Don't Cry", "Hangin' On A Limb", and "Eldorado" are all slower, but moving, and have great guitar throughout. Other highlights to me are "Too Far Gone" and the excellent "No More", which I think was another single from this album. I'm now a huge fan of 15 years, and if I kept only 3 "Neil Young" albums, "Freedom" would easily be one of them.