The release that came out at the absolute peak of Anthrax's popularity, and Joey's last with the band before he was ousted. OK so it's not a full-blown record, but to me it's always been as close to an official album as they could get without it being one, so to speak. I always hold this record very close to my heart..... it just sums up the fun - yet often brutal - side of Anthrax that made so many of us fans of Anthrax in the first place. Milk, Bring the Noise, Protest, Chromatic, Pipeline, Parasite, are all classic tunes (covers or otherwise), the live PoT tracks are great, and the fun of Posse, I'm the Man 91 and NFB are all killer. In all - I love this record from start to finish, and it's pretty much as good an Anthrax disc to spin as any of their official records imo. AotKB can be summed up in 2 words - "good times"!!!!!