Hey bro, you are invited to a party. It's going to be killer. Who's going to be there, you ask? Well, Ape, Speedy and Blade are coming. Hmmmm, who else? Oh yeah, Ruffneck and Spooky will be there. Oh yeah, and Quorthon, let's not forget Quorthon, he's bringing the flaming skull. This party is better known as "Fire In The Brain," the 1983 album by Finnish ragers OZ. "Fire in the Brain" is crazy fun from beginning to end. OZ had a sort of a ham-fisted, no-frills, caveman approach to classic heavy metal. Every song here is a keeper. And who wouldn't want to party with dudes with names like Ape De Martini, Speedy Foxx, Spooky Wolff, Jay C. Blade, and Mark Ruffneck. Jesus Fuck, bro, even their names are fun! I know "fun" may be a dirty word in some metal circles, but remember, OZ had the firm endorsement of Bathory founder, Quorthon, who lent his bloodied hand to the cover art. See, Quorthon knew a party when he saw one. Hey, if you are too entrenched in your narrow, little, kult and necro world to relax your banjo-tight sphincter and party with OZ then just stay here and sulk, I'm going to party with OZ. Later, bro.