Upon hearing that Henry Rollins added organ, horns, and female backing vocals to this album, you'd figure he was finally slowing down. Not by a long shot. This is easily his best album since Weight and certainly his most diverse. The intensity is still there and in full force on the killer opening track "One Shot" and the slow grinding tracks "Hello" and "Hanging Around." The great heavy metal that dominated his previous album Get Some Go Again is still here in the tracks "What's The Matter Man", "Stop Look and Listen", and "Gone Inside The Zero." But amazingly, the songs that work best here are the most diverse. "Up For It" and "I Want So Much More" are definitely a change of pace with the soulful backing vocals and the killer sax solo in the latter. "We Walk Alone" starts out with a repetitive rock riff before going almost completely silent after the solo and then ending with a blues jam which leads right into the killer groove of "Let That Devil Out." Marcus Blake's bass work is great throughout, most notably on the driving riff that carries the excellent track "Your Number Is One." Only the slow grunge of "Going Out Strange" keeps this from being a 5-star album. If you liked Henry Rollins when he was at his most visible in the mid-90's and wondered what he's been doing lately, check this album out. You won't be disappointed.