This album and its successor, "Never Too Late", arose from the same 1980 sessions but proved to be the last releases of the classic Quo line-up, with drummer John Coghlan subsequently leaving. The first half of "Just Supposin'" is stacked full of hit single material. "What You're Proposing" was a big, typically catchy hit but hasn't retained its popularity in the same measure as, say, "Whatever You Want". It was followed up however by an impressive double a-side, "Lies"/"Don't Drive My Car". The former is one of Quo's jauntier songs, the latter a more drawn out, unusual recording.
Also on the first side of the original LP is the unexpectedly slick "Run To Mummy" and Alan Lancaster's murderously heavy "Over The Edge", a classic album track. The second side isn't of quite as high a standard bar "The Wild Ones" but is still worthwhile. The final track however, "Rock 'N' Roll", doesn't "do what it says on the tin". A belated hit single, it puts you more in mind of Abba than Elvis Presley. The dreaded pop direction beckoned.
Overall, not the place to start collecting Quo, but an essential purchase for most fans.