Record Collector (magazine) - p.985 stars out of 5
-- "These recordings are now as historically important as Harry Smith's ANTHOLOGY OF AMERICAN FOLK MUSIC or Alan Lomax's field recordings in capturing a seismic era. They're also rollicking good fun."
Many bands of the '60s and early '70s get labeled "proto punk" but few are more deserving of the title than NYC agit-rockers the Fugs. DON'T STOP! DON'T STOP! is a four-disc set that includes the band's first two albums and raids the archives to come up with a generous helping of previously unreleased gems (another two discs' worth!). Fugs fanatics will get demos, outtakes, and other rarities. Through it all, you'll hear the rawest, most visceral variant on the folk-rock concept ever attempted, shot through with beatnik poetry, '60s idealism, and the kind of endearingly lowbrow humor that was soon to prove influential to the likes of Frank Zappa & the Mothers.