This is slick, commercial pop/AOR record typical of late 80's and early 90's Cheap Trick. It can be seen as an attempt to get back to the classic CT blueprint after the electronically driven 'Standing On The Edge' and 'The Doctor'. First track 'Let Go' certainly makes the grade, being as it is a catchy, light hearted rocker with a chorus that wouldn't seem out of place on 'Slippery When Wet'. 'No Mercy' and 'Space' seem to get caught up in CT's AOR aspirations and as such lose focus, but there are more infectious party classics to compensate; see 'Never Had A Lot To Lose' and 'All Wound Up'. Inevitably, CT try their hand at that 80's rock staple, the power ballad, two of which feature on 'Lap Of Luxury'. The first, 'The Flame' gave CT their first and only US number one. Heavily redolent of the likes of Poison and Cinderella, this is an excellently crafted and well sung song. 'Ghost Town', co-written by Diane Warren fares less well and loses its way quickly. Overall this is a good, solid, no-thrills rock album. Nothing more.