I don’t know what can. At least in terms of F’nJ. Natural Enemies is a fantastic number by these underrated thrash masters, and Swatting at Flies, with its offbeat riffs straight out of the heavy metal textbook, is so catchy you’ll most likely be hooked. Everything else on Cuatro is awesome as well, but the first two tracks stand out from the rest in my humble opinion. For me, the albums you MUST HAVE from Flotsam and Jetsam are Doomsday for the Deceiver, When the Storm Comes Down, Cuatro, and High. NONE of those albums disappoint. I’m not recommending F’nJ to my more hardcore brothers and sisters, because the fact is that they might be disappointed, and that’s Ok. As I’ve said before, fans of 80s thrash, Priest, Maiden, Sabbath, Ozzy, and maybe even some fans of 80s hair metal can be shown the way by Flotsam and Jetsam. A great metal band who deserves their time, even if it’s 20 years past due.