I found this album on vinyl in 1985 in a record collection a barracks mate was selling prior to leaving military service, what a find!! He had this one with Lorber's "Soft Space" album, I scooped them up instantly. I listened to Jeff Lorber when he used to record in Oregon studios before moving south to LA where the big bucks beckoned. True to his band's original name, this is honest-to-god fusion with Jeff's trademark improvisational keyboards overlaying quality musical work by many of jazz's greats. From the thumping "Monster Man" to the title cut at the end, this is timeless music that will appeal to any and all fusion purists out there. "Soft Space" was nothing to sneeze at, either, my favorite on this album is "Katherine", excellent piano solo in the center of the cut, this song resurfaced as a remake in Lorber's later work. "Soft Space" was co-produced with Chick Corea, a comparatively rare album - I don't see it in Amazon's vast inventory. At any rate, "Galaxian" is a must-buy, trust me, and if you can locate a copy of "Soft Space", more power to you!