Now conveniently housed on one shiny disc lies the bulk of this happy combo's international mixture of 45's and compilation tracks, plus of course a slew more fine tunes for your dinin' and dunkin' pleasures.
All your should-be faves are here (the Go-Go's-with-real-balls "Dance With My Baby"; the Jersey surf-rockin' "El Guapo") alongside several others which reveal there really could be more going on herein than mere tease'n'a (for example, "Hillbilly Bill" absolutely slaps into sorry submission such poots as BR5-49). As always the songwriting is infectious, the playing is spirited, and the singing is downright insidious enough to drive home each and every track --not to mention few and far between anymore are the bands that can make tales of death and even inter-species romance sound innocent enough for your church group's Good Neighbors picnic, right?
This debut long-player only goes to prove what I've been saying for weeks now: After all the retro-glitz has faded and all the kinderpornsters have returned to their marketing degrees, Sit n' Spin will be around to not only pick up the pieces, but merrily dance all over them well into Century 2000 and beyond. Call me in a hundred years and see if I wasn't wrong!