16 track compilation of Thorogood's boogie-blues-rock hybrid. I call it "road house music" and it's perfect for a backyard BBQ with the neighbors (even better when you throw him in a mix with bands like ZZ Top and SRV or musicians he stole from like Muddy Waters and Bo Diddley). Thorogood never enjoyed success on the singles charts, but he's become a staple of classic rock radio. But a little bit goes a long way.
Peak on the US Billboard Top 200 chart: #55
Personal Memory Associated with this CD: I was a big fan of Bad To The Bone when the video hit the MTV back in '82. Never heard it on the radio back then, tho.