A third slice of the scottish rockers recorded history is a varied set of hard rocking pop songs with the icing that is Justin Currie's voice and thoughtful lyrics. The band is also becoming a tighter unit, with the guitars of Iain Harvie adding lots of hard and soft tones to the 12 songs here.
Highlights are the 3 hit singles "Always The Last To Know", "Be My Downfall" and "Just Like A Man", though songs like "When You Were Young" and "The Ones That You Love Lead You Nowhere" could also have been creditable singles.
The band develop their twin guitar sound and the drumming is more powerful than earlier albums, which peaks in the closing track "Sometimes I Just Have To Say Your Name", which has some excellent slide guitar and witty lyrics about anticipating meeting a loved one after time apart.
Well produced by Gil Norton too.