In my opinion, this is probably Hall & Oates' best album overall (my personal favorite), and easily their most forgotten. So many good songs, such as "Wait For Me (Studio version)", "Intravino" "Woman Comes & Goes", and "Portable Radio". The disc was originally released back in the late '70s during the heyday of punk rock. It starts out sounding like standard Hall & Oates, but, track by track, it slowly "degenerates" into being a punk album by the end! Finally, this one is available domestically! RCA hated this disc from the beginning, along with Daryl Hall's "Sacred Songs" LP, and both were reluctantly & barely released by RCA, which probably explains why they've both been out of print in the US for close to 20 years! Definitely the most daring CD that Hall & Oates have ever released A welcome change from the usual play-it-safe Hall & Oates fare. Every song has merit. Put it on and let it degenerate before your very ears! A nice plus is that the last 2 tracks are bonus tracks, and the CD booklet is very nice too... D.Hall & J.Oates both recount tales of the making of this disc 20 yrs after the fact. An overlooked classic album, finally reissued and put into perspective.