This is the last official album to appear on the Atlantic Label from the MC5, the tight blues-rock ensemble turned left-wing revolutionaries (even though their political stance didn't actually lead to anything). As woefully forgotten , but not as well known as its two predecessors "Kick Out The Jams, and "Back In The USA, respectfully, though, in my opinion, the most accomplished.
Listening to these albums, you can't help but wonder why they were never huge, same a their 'little brother band' The Stooges. But, tragically, as this was the late sixties, music like this never got that far (at least in terms of sales). But as time goes on, and thankfully, time has not blighted the sound on this album in any way. Awesome blues rockers "Sister Anne" and "Baby Won't Ya" over to tender ballad "Miss X" segueing into the mind blowing experimental call-to-arms "Future/Now", this album deserves, in my opinion, as much credit as the first two albums. Discovering this album was, and still is, very exciting.