Inspired by the re-birth of Crazy Horse in 1975, Neil Young set out writing some his finest rock songs, and "Like a Hurricane" was one of the first. Led by a heavy riff (one of Young's dirtiest and finest), and set against a mid-tempo groove, Young's lyrics illustrate the overwhelming confusion of not love, but lust. There's also an underlying feeling of a "liquid" atmosphere -- meaning that the setting is in a bar. It adds a certain lightness to the piece, as does the beautiful melody, which, underneath all of that glorious noise, is readily evident. The song has re-appeared in Young/Crazy Horse sets throughout the years, and this is a tribute to the song's lasting appeal. A true Neil Young classic.