Here they are! The mighty SWEET in all their glory as they were unleashed on the American public in 1975.
For the British and Europeans it is strange that this release bears the title "Desolation Boulevard" since it actually only contains 2 tracks from the RCA European release of 1974. (Well, 3 if you count the completely re-recorded single version of "Fox On The Run".)
There are 5 tracks from the preceeding release "Sweet Fanny Adams" plus the definitive "Ballroom Blitz" (a number 2 UK hit in 1973) and "I Wanna Be Committed" (which appeared on the compilation half of the double LP "Strung Up".) It was intended to be the follow up single to "Turn It Down" but "Fox On The Run" was chosen instead by the record company. (That also went to number 2 in the UK so it was probably the right choice.)
Meanwhile in countries like Germany Sweet ruled with an iron (metal?) rod! Virtually every record they released went straight to number 1.
But as I said, to the USA this "Desolation Boulevard" was their first REAL introduction to the magnificent sound of the Sweet ... and a fine one at that!