Their second release, Walk Together, Rock Together was recorded in Washington DC at the infamous Inner Ear with Ian MacKaye and remains this day, one of BYO's most popular releases. It's funny how this hardcore punk band spent years writing songs from a personal and positive stance only to be remembered for a goofy cover tune. For instance, 7 Seconds' "99 Red Balloons" (which was borrowed from Nena, a one-hit wonder in the U.S.) became a punk pop classic after it was culled from this 1985 album. That's not to say the other tracks here don't have their charm. The title track offers a catchy sing-along. The propulsive "Strength" makes its mark, ending with a pile of strange vocal effects. This rather brief album benefits from clean and powerful production by Ian MacKaye, an obvious early inspiration to 7 Seconds as a member of Minor Threat.