"Keep Movin'" is a driving bit of wide-eyed-trucker-high-on-speed r'n'r - a little MC5, some Flamin' Groovies and a touch of Motorhead. Cannon's voice is slightly deeper with age, but his raspy snarl is sharp as ever as he works the band into an Eric Burdon-ish frenzy. The song builds, crashes, builds and crashes again, perfect waves for the punk rock surfer. "Move It On Over," on the other hand, is simple 1-4-5 rock'n'roll performed with the vibrant electricity of an overloading powerstation. Call-and-response lyrics trade with rockabilly licks that pound to a beat that your feet can't resist. No pretentious pseudo-intellectual indie rock garble here - this is pure in-your-face rock'nroll: loud, explosive and fun. Got the 7" blues? Pick this up for an instant cure-all and a pick-me-up that'll last as long as the damn record plays!