- Released: May 19, 1998
- Originally Released: 1998
- Label: Sundazed Music Inc.
- 1.Steppin' Out
- 2.I'll Be Doggone
- 3.Out Of Sight
- 4.Baby, Please Don't Go
- 5.I Know
- 6.Night Train - (mono)
- 7.Just Like Me
- 8.Catch The Wind
- 9.Satisfaction, (I Can't Get No)
- 10.I'm Crying
- 11.New Orleans
- 13.Ride Your Pony - (previously unreleased)
- 14.Just Like Me - (alternate take, mono)
- 15.B.F.D.R.F. Blues - (mono, single)
Personnel: Mark Lindsay (vocals); Paul Revere (organ).
The first truly substantial album by Paul Revere and the Raiders, whose prowess as a singles band meant that their albums were occasionally pretty slapdash affairs. 1965's JUST LIKE US contains not one but two classic garage-stomp hits, "Steppin' Out," and the truly astonishing "Just Like Me," a three-chord bash that's simultaneously sexy and menacing, an organ-powered riff-fest that's as good as any of the classic Kinks or Rolling Stones hits that are its clear inspiration. It's genuinely one of the all-time great singles of the '60s.
The rest of the album leans mostly towards sturdy rave-ups of recent singles like Marvin Gaye's "I'll Be Doggone," Them's "Baby Please Don't Go," "Satisfaction." There's a surprising pair of choices in Jimmy Forrest's jazz instrumental classic "Night Train" and Donovan's folk-rocky "Catch the Wind." That both sound perfectly reasonable and equally exciting is testament to the Raiders' bar-band vitality.