“ENOUGH SAID” is yet another sensational Chisel release that once again takes the best of British and folds it into a top flight punk blast. There are leaps and bounds through which The Chisel has come to bring you these two unforgettable originals and a loving cover of the Oi! chartbuster “Harry May,” the least of which was hiring the same piano that “Plastic Gangsters” was recorded on, and the most of which was learning to count to four. If you’re scratching your hirsute head wondering what it is The Chisel brings to the table, take a short walk to the record store and pull out copies of “Mrs. Mills Knees Up Party,” Dennis Waterman’s “I Could Be So Good For You” and The Partisans “Police Story” and then take a good long look at your chance to buy this record and do so immediately. Underground legend Freddy Alva is to thank for finally producing a flexidisc that actually comes with a magazine again, and a worthy one at that. No AOR pablum, no cologne samples, and no real estate brochures. Just The Chisel spilling out of your stereo.