Bridging the gap between '70s hard rock and the Heavy Metal sounds of the early 1980s, Wicked Step played an integral role in San Antonio earning its reputation as the Rockin Capital of Texas. In a time when disco and yacht rock dominated the airwaves, Wicked Step stood tall in delivering no-frills, ass-kicking Rock'n'Roll. Taking cues from their heroes Black Sabbath, Jimi Hendrix, Judas Priest, and Frank Marino, Wicked Step was a staple in the biker clubs, neighborhood bars, backyard parties, and guerilla-style empty lot gigs. Besides a rare self-produced single, the recordings on this LP are the only surviving musical artifact of the band. No fancy studios at use here. These are raw and noisy tunes straight from the rehearsal room.