With the exception of "Let It Whip" (a winner in any format), the other fast jams by the Dazz Band sound much better on CD than they did on vinyl or cassette. While the essence of the song came through on vinyl and cassette, it burns on CD. With the title symbolic of the male phallus, it caught the attention of booty shakers and dancefloor artists. A R&B chart-buster at number nine, it hung on the outside looking in on the pop chart at number 61. The Bobby Harris/Eric Fearman song was the group's last R&B Top Ten, though "Swoop" and "Heartbeat" nearly did the trick with number 12 spots.