This is easily Ted Nugent’s best album since the ’70s. It blows previous albums such as Penetrator and Little Miss Dangerous out of the water. Getting Derek St. Holmes back in the fold was a smart move as Ted sounds rejuvenated here. There’s lots of good songs here like “Heart and Soul”, “Hot or Cold”, “Thighraceous”, and “Lovejacker.” Longer tracks such as “Tooth, Fang, and Claw” and “Fred Bear” are as strong as the songs on his ’70s albums. Some of the other tracks such as “Wrong Side of Town”, “Primitive Man”, and “Just Do It Like This” aren’t up to par with the rest of the album. Still this is a return to form as the good far outweighs the bad.