The Bristish Invasion had a massive impact in Louisiana. The Bad Roads seduced the amateurs of rock garage and 60’s punk specialists. « Too Bad » and « Blue Girl » are two icons of the genre that everybody needs to have ! « Flash in the Pan » of Persian Market - a meeting between psyche and pop-song - is one of this album’s hits. When the other punk gangs were trying to copy the English bands, The Paygue with « Better Be Goin’ » wanted to be unique. « Love » is the best song from the « Bad Boys » and Ron Gray & The Countdown showed with « No More », their talent for mixing rock and folk. « Stick With Her" and "No One Cares", extracts from two different maxi of Gaunga Dyns are as indispensable as the originals. One way Street presents two opposite sides with first - « Tears in my eyes » - a love song interpreted with great conviction, and then « I See The Light » - much more intelectual. The Surrealistic Pillar clearly declared their love for the fair sex in « I Like Girs ». Some other Bad Roads did brilliant covers of the great « Till the End Of The Day » from Ray Davies.Folk rock again thanks to Al Michael & The Medallions and « I Wanna Talk To You » highlighted by a twelve-strings guitar. « Keep On Pushing » composed by Moon Dawgs had a very psyche sound when they are actually « garage ». Jo DeGrinda revisited « Smokestack Lightning » from Howlin’ Wolf which became popular in Europe thanks to the Yardbirds and the VIP’s. With « Lines And Squares » and mostly the knocking « Makin’ Deals », the Satans demonstrated a real propencity to convert the most reluctant listeners.