I love Neil Young, and when you have a musician who seems to improve with every album, or who is practically a musical shape-shifter like Neil Young who seems just as comfortable rocking out as he does strumming his acoustic folk. This album is very heavy on rocking out, and that is a real treat to Neil's fans. Obviously Neil has many followers, in fact Pearl Jam plays some of his songs pretty frequently in their concerts, including the song "F@#king Up" which is a standout track on this album. This album sounds like a group of friends (which all happen to be gifted musicians) joined together in a garage, turned up the amps, and tried to ... off the neighbors. It has Neil's loose feel to it, after all, only Neil could have recorded this album. I Even though it isn't his most well known, you will love it especially if you like his rock side, or even if you are a fan of Pearl Jam or Nirvana, cause there are elements of his music in both those bands. If you are looking to get into Neil Young, this is the perfect place to start, and if you like Neil Young, there is no reason not to have this album. It's really remarkable that a musician like Neil can stay relevant for so long. His albums from the sixties are just as important as his albums now, and just as good. ...this album is just as good as his stuff in the 80's 70's and 60's. He really hasn't lost a step, and he truly is a living legend. Great Album.