England's total rugby experiment started with a rave as Marcus Smith headlined Twickenham, writes JONNY FORDHAM.
The 90s child was given the keys to no.10 and the 22-year-old sensation got the full VIP treatment to mark it.
A stadium blackout - followed by a lights-show and flame-throwers lit-up the home of rugby before another Wallabies whacking.
Then on the pitch Smith produced the fireworks for England's opening try to send in teenager and man-of-the-match Freddie Steward.
The new kids on the block are starting to dance to Eddie Jones' tune.
Super-sub Jamie Blamire then became the first England forward to score in four games in a row.
The hooker incredibly ran in his SIXTH try in just four games.
Though next week England face the ultimate test when world champions South Africa arrive with their heavy metal rock stars - led by inspirational skipper Siya Kolisi.
That 2019 World Cup revenge mission will define England's autumn.