This debut album from Jackyl is the only album that I have purchased from them. I purchased this album after being hooked by The Lumberjack on the radio. The Lumberjack was fairly well-known as it featured the gimmick of the singer playing lead chainsaw on the song. The album consists of a combination of southern rock, hair metal smut, and AC/DC vocals and riffs, played with a bar band mentality. The vocals definitely reminded me of Brian Johnson era AC/DC, and he would actually make guest appearances on a couple of future albums. It is pretty safe to bet you can imagine what the songs are about by reading the song titles "Dirty Little Mind", "Down on Me", "Redneck Punk", and "She Loves My Cock". Even The Lumberjack refers to "holding his lumber". I once heard the phrase "Cock Rock" to describe this type of music, and it is probably an appropriate description. As I write this review, this is the first time that I have listened to the album in probably 10 years. It is actually kind of enjoyable to listen to, with its raunchy sense of humor. Overall, it is a good album, but not essential, so I think that 2 1/2 stars is probably appropriate. It may have been a 3 or 4 star in the year of its release but time has somewhat eroded its appeal.