There's no questioning. This album is great. It's a real shame that at the decline of the "era" when Seattle bands were starting to take over the charts, Jon and the boys released the album of their career. It just didn't get the attention that it deserved, but this is one album that I'm proud to say that I've owned more than twice. It just never gets old. I can't really pick any favorites, although I will say that Richie's solo in "Dry County" is some of the best work he's ever done and will really make you wonder why he doesn't get more credit. He really is amazing, as is the rest of the band. They had some of the best songs that ever hit radio and unlike so many other bands that started around the time that they did, these guys lasted and survived the ever-changing face of the rock world. They beat it and their fans are still there. Love 'em or hate 'em, you gotta respect that.