Try to imagine the huge impression produced by this original band in the late Sixties with such innovative and original musical proposals.
The Pusher and Born to be wild were an authentic explossion of newness, filled of inspiration. In this sense I think this was the most solid and auspicious debut of a rock band until that date.
May be the exception would come a few years later with the First Album of Led Zepellin.
So the historical importance of this album surmounts by far, any other adjective. Go for this album and disclover the First Opus of that super band.