Broke Down and Busted, as Todd's first song on his first solo record, clearly reflects his upbringing in the blues. Believe In Me, a nice companion piece to Brian Wilson's song and a complete juxtaposition to BD&B, has a personal meaning to me to this day as way back in the late 70s one night (completely outa nowhere) my wife-to-be began singing along with Todd. To this day I beg her to sing it-- her a cappella rendition would be far more convincing than the disappointing and uninspired version on the last tribute recording. Who's That Man - - perhaps my least favorite TR tune of all time now appears to me to be a song written and performed as a tribute to the early Beatles. Once Burned... all I can say is revive this one on solo piano now! I ALWAYS have to listen to this one twice before I can let it go. Devil's Bite - TR's first allusion to mankinds fight between good and evil. Rock on and satan scram! There Are No Words, as already mentioned, a direct link to TR's IMHO greatest song-- Pretending To Care. Oh hell, enough of the individual song critiques, suffice it to say that the young pup convincingly delivered a commercial yet experimental record that offered more than a glimpse at the brilliance yet to come. Check it out... again!