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The Bay area-dudes Lääz Rockit's debutalbum where released as early as 1984. Though not fully developed into the thrashmachine that they later became on their "know your enemy"-release. Some songs are thrash metal without a doubt like "Take no prisoners" and "Forced to fight". This album has similarities to Anthrax debutalbum, other bands that can be mentioned as similarities are: early Metal Church, Helstar & Exciter. Lääz Rockit mixed classic heavy metal with early thrash tendencies. The song "Caught in the act" is a real underground heavy metal cultsong, and who can listen to "Take no prisoners" without banging the head til the neck gets stiff. The album has elements of the N.W.O.B.H.M-era too, with a driving galloping rhythmsection and an overall simplistic way of metal. Except on some songs like "Dead man's eyes" with it's melodic parts. The production is typical for the time without being annoying. Lääz Rockit never got the attention that they deserved and especially this album that are so full of energy that all fans of the thrash genres earlier days must have. A sadly overlooked album by one of the genres most ignored bands.