He may be the quietest Wholigan. But when it comes to powerhouse rock, bassist Entwistle is about the best there is. For this fifth solo LP he has chosen ideal backups: the Eagles' quirky guitarist, Joe Walsh, and thundering drummer Joe Vitale. Though Entwistle himself rarely contributes vocals alongside Daltrey and Townshend, he is an effective, gravelly-voiced singer. If there is a flaw here it's his uneven lyrics. In Talk Dirty, his attempt at social statement, he clunkily rhymes "revolution" and "prostitution," and "White House" and "Mickey Mouse." In Dancin' Master, a humorous disco spoof with a devastating bass line, Entwistle uncorks such groaners as "Death is nature's way of telling you to stop" and "Set your pacemaker to a boogie beat." The instrumental fireworks on the finest tracks, Fallen Angel and Lovebird, featuring Walsh's unique slide guitar, make that latter line not a bad suggestion.