There are 5, count 'em 5 rockers on this album and the song Raised On Rock is a winner. The first thing you hear is thudding bass, followed by a splintering guitar. "Just A Little Bit" is a classic R&B song done many times, and Elvis gives it a sultry southern soul treatment that's very worthy. The surprise on the album is the song "If You Don't Come Back" a VERY funky tune, in the purest meaning of the word funk, with funky wah-wah guitar and great syncopated rhthym, it kicks. There's a ballad on here called "For Old Times' Sale" that is just beautiful and heart wrentching, showing the delicacy of Elvis' voice when he wanted to convey tender emotion through this beautiful pseudo-country ballad with pop flavor. "Find Out What's Happening", I understand, was covered by some recent group - I haven't heard their version but I can ASSURE you that this original version is the definitive. And these songs don't sound old, the sound quality is crisp and clean, the bass pumps, the sound is all that. "I Miss You", another ballad, could bring the macho man to tears, it's absolutely beautiful. It can remind you of a lost love, or someone who's passed on, and it's invoking of many emotions. The rest of the songs are just as strong, while "Three Corn Patches" may be a little clichéd attempt at 50's rock and roll, it's still a great tune. Buy this album, before it's gone - because it is deleted. I recommend getting it now, because once it's gone, it's gone. Raised On Rock!