UFO, as a band, has gone through more changes than my underwear. I am a UFO fanatic, but recognize only the Michael Schenker era as the ”real” UFO. This Live CD is one of three pre-Schenker CD’s, and it is very amateurish. ”Prince Kajuku/The Coming of Prince Kajuku” is the only attempt at anything complicated musically. ”C’mon Everybody” is a decent rocker but a very basic ”music 101” song. The rest of the songs barely even qualify as songs. The sound quality is good for this context. It is live and of old technology, but clean and bluesy. Mogg and the rest of the band blends well, but if I didn’t know better, I’d never recognize this band as UFO. I have never had a guitar lesson, and I guarantee that I can play as well as Mick Bolton. If you are limited on dollars and want to experiment with UFO for the first time, buy any one of the first four Schenker era CD’s. The man can play faster than you can think, and his melodies are unmatched.