A lot, if not most, Twisted Sister fans disregard this album as commercial pap released as the band slowly fell apart. It's true that this release lacks the aggression and punk quality that was contained in the early releases, however I see it more as natural progression for the band rather than particularly selling out. This album would appeal to the Bon Jovi type punter who likes his/her rock a little bit poppier, and it has a distincly 80's stadium rock tang to it. That doesn't make it bad however - far from it, I actually think this is a great album. The title tune is a fantastic song and, despite problems with the band backstage, you can tell in the course of listening to the album that Dee Snider is still having fun. It's a shame that the band ended when they did, but I still classify this album as a great way to have drawn the final curtain.