Listen up! This album packs more punch than a cluster bomb cuz every cut on it is just as lean and tough as me. Every one of these records was released in 1967 or before. That is, before the music and morals of this country took a dive straight to the bottom of the latrine. It seems to me that during that Summer of Love B.S. the fun lovin’, clean livin’ teens of ’67 were corrupted into the laid back, bearded, drug takin’ hippies of ’68. The same cocaine-snortin’ crew that today is raisin’ the most foul-talkin’, whinin’, snivilin’, dirtball generation in the history of mankind. If you don’t believe ol’ Vic then go down to your local high school. KEY-RIST! You’ll hear more cussin’ than I did in the Battle of the Bulge!… Case closed.
— Vic Morrow (as Combat’s Sgt. Chip Saunders) in his guest commentary to the LP Root ’66 — The Frozen Few: Minnesota Teen Bands 1964-1967)