I played the Georgia Satellites' first album relentlessly when it came out. It was a pure distillation of Southern guitar rock in an era dominated by hair bands. I loved "Battleship Chains" but there's no arguing that "Keep Your Hands to Yourself" is the 800-pound gorilla on that disc. For my money, their second album is their best, but the band was never able to replicate that debut success and eventually broke up. Dan Baird's had some success on his own, but nothing matches that original rocking earworm.