“There It Is” is another funk bomb, a classic, stuttering bass-heavy workout featuring that super sockin’ hard emphasis on the one. Swiltering horns and Fred Thomas’ bumpin’ bass further enhance this track’s superior groove. For all-out shake-your-bootie funk, Brown finally put out “Talkin’ Loud, Sayin’ Nothin'”, a wildabeast of a groove. There’s more groovology with the stupendously pacey “I’m a Greedy Man”, with its twangin’ guitars and James’ and Bobby Byrds funky harmonizing on the chorus. And then the anti-Nixon grooves of “Talkin’ Loud And Saying Nothing”, coupled with two moving antidrug PSA’s, the classic, jazzy “King Heroin” and the harrowing “Public Enemy #1”. This record offers surprises while sounding more classic than dated.