Grand Funk Railroad: Mark Farner (vocals, guitar, harmonica, organ); Don Brewer (vocals, drums, percussion); Mel Schacher (bass).
Recorded at Cleveland Recording Company Studios, Cleveland, Ohio. Originally released on Capitol (853). Includes liner notes by Steve Roeser.
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
Grand Funk's fifth album overall, 1971's E PLURIBUS FUNK, remains its most politically charged release. The trio also incorporated what were previously uncharted territories for a hard rock band on the song "Loneliness," which uses an orchestra to great effect. Both "People Let's Stop the War" (concerning the Vietnam war) and "Save the Land," mixed politics and rock, proving that the band could shed its party hearty image and get serious when it needed to.