The doozy that is this album officially starts here. Smartass guitar squeals, hyperactive bass, walloping drums and Dave chortling lines like "I wanna be your knight in a shining pickup truck" - it's classic attitude that burns a hole in everything the band has done since 1984.
Revisiting one's youth is easy when you have crib sheets, and in the case of She's The Woman, the track began as a demo in 1976 - a section was lifted and used for Mean Street from Fair Warning, and what's left shares that song's vicious thump. But what some have attacked as lazy songwriting is a canny stroke, once which allows the band to reference their past, do a fresh update, without the embarrassment of Old Timers day at the stadium.
The pre-solo breakdown sees the players volleyballing parts impressively, but when it's Eddie's turn to spike he devastates, sparking up the fretboard with genuine A-game gusto. It isn't hard to imagine him smirking with this massive win.