This was the last album recorded by the band City Boy. It was released in 1981 over in Europe, but never released in the US. Anyway, when I finally got it I was NOT disappointed. This is a terrific album, and well worth the price.
Vocals are handled by Lol Mason and Roy Ward (mostly Roy) and are not as complicated as the older City Boy albums (with Steve Broughton) were.
As with all City Boy albums, Mike Slamer's guitar work is excellent. His playing is both powerful and tasteful, depending on the song.
Max Thomas is terrific as always; his piano is front and center on "Exit the Heavyweight."
My favorite tracks are No Ordinary Life, Rat Race, Lovers, It's Personal and Exit the Heavyweight.
Bottom line: While not as strong as their previous effort, "Heads are Rolling," this is still a great album. How this band never made it big, I'll never know!