I picked up this CD just because it was from Scotland, and I was curious about what was going on over there. I kept it because it was a competent rockabilly CD, and I don’t have much rockabilly. It’s a good album to listen to when I’ve been listening to punk and hardcore for a while and I need a change up after all the fastballs. The guys in Z/28 play their instruments well and pull off a rockabilly sound that could just as well come from a front porch in the hills of Arkansas as from Scotland. I can’t say that it rises above the rest of the greaser pile. It’s just a good change of pace.