This gold-selling Keith Richards solo debut (1988) was a success in every way, a joyous set of riffs and rockers that introduced Keith's new band the X-pensive Winos. Bootsy Collins, Maceo Parker, the Memphis Horns and Mick Taylor are among Keith's guests on "Take It So Hard," "Whip It Up," "You Don't Move Me," "Make No Mistake," "Struggle," "Big Enough" and more. Three decades later, Steve Jordan (Keith's co-writer and co-producer on the album) has remastered the LP for reissue on CD, black vinyl or limited-edition red vinyl (both 180-gram). The 2-CD deluxe edition adds a 16-page media-book package and previously unreleased bonus sessions featuring Taylor and Collins plus Johnnie Johnson, Chuck Leavell, Bernie Worrell and more. The limited-edition deluxe box brings you the album and those bonus tracks on CD and 180-gram black vinyl, two 7" vinyl singles featuring "Take It So Hard," "I Could Have Stood You Up," "Make No Mistake" and "It Means a Lot," an 80-page book boasting a new essay and interview with Keith plus extensive rare and unseen photos, a tour laminate, lyric sheets, two posters, a guitar pick and more-and the packaging is wrapped in Fender replica guitar-case material. Now THAT's rock 'n' roll! BMG.