This was released in the US, with a couple of track changes as "Atomic Rooster IV", which creates a certain amount of confusion, particularly since it was actually the bands fifth album in the UK. Like "Made in England" it features Chris Farlowe on vocals and Rick Parnell on drums, but Steve Bolton was replaced on guitar by "Johnny Mandala", who is actually John Goodsall, later of Brand X fame. That alone makes for an improvement over Made in England, but I would not put this record in the same league with "Death Walks Behind You" or "In Hearing Of". John Cann's vocals may have been pretty crappy, but his guitar playing and songwriting skills were so very complimentary to Vincent Crane.
Still, for Atomic Rooster fans, this is a worthwhile album to hear and own, if only for "Voodoo in You" and "Can't Find a Reason". "Voodoo in You" shows the Farlowe/Crane funk collaboration actually working in the studio. "Can't Find a Reason" is one of the most beautiful and haunting piano compositions that Crane ever recorded. He revisited it a bit in his unfinished "Taro Rota" project. Farlowe's vocals on this version are a bit over-the-top weepy, but I forgive it for the piano part.