Maybe my too long absence from posting can be compensated by this total killer? Several different pressings shows up but this is the first press with the sticker still intact. The later pressings has a much nice sleeve though. If they sound different I don’t know but what you hear here is pure productions magic. So crisp and fluffy it’s ridiculous. Love it when you hear the screeching from the bas drum pedal in the beginning on Cover Band. The bass is high in the mix accompanied with a thin distorted guitar without any punch at all. I would say that’s a patented concept of early US punk/hc and it always works damned well. And unlike their debut Born Innocent LP(1982) this hasn’t one filler. Download and be amazed what these kids did in 1980. And oh yeah Red Kross(you know the real Red Cross forced them to exchange the C to a K?) have done some amazing pop songs in the 90’s like “Lady in the Front Row” so later stuff is definitely worth checking into if your into well crafted Power Pop.