I was fortunate to get into ETID back in the Last Night In Town era, so of course, that's still my favorite album, but I definitely enjoyed the Southern Rock/Hardcore style of the succeeding 4 albums as well. I've really struggled to get into any albums after Ray Boy left, and when they changed their production style to be a bit muddy and lofi (especially Low Teens). Radical on the other hand, is this brilliant amalgamation of their entire discography (for me, this is at least as good as Gutter Phenomenon). There are so many full circle moments, like riffs and breakdowns that could be from Last Night In Town, and groovy, catchy Southern riffs that could have been on Hot Damn! Keith sounds great from screams, to dynamic crooning. I am really loving Radical from start to finish. 16 Songs and 51 minutes never get tiresome, and still leaves me wanting to start the record back at the start.