I've just returned to this album after almost 20 years of it gathering dust in my collection and I don't know why but it sounds a lot better than I rememebr it. It's not up there with classic Quo and it's some distance behind their latest album (In Search of the Fourth Chord) hence the three star rating but it's certainly not as bad, I don't think, as some harcore Quo fans would have you believe. So if you're new to Quo this isn't the greatest example of their work but I would say there's seven tracks that hint at the band's glorious past, one of which, the Power of Rock, is in my opinion a classic Quo track. The title track, Little Dreamer and Man Overboard also rock along nicely like the Quo who gave us Caroline etc. Many detractors cite this album as the depth of Quo's slide into country-tinged, keyboard-led pop in the 80s and 90s and certainly Not at All (bland), Tommy (cheesy lyrics), 1000 Years (syrupy ballad) and both Going Down for the First Time and Address Book (very country) will never be favourites and are missing that bit of snarl and swagger which is the hallmark of Quo songs. However, Heart On Hold, The Way I Am and Throw Her a Line, whilst undeniably pop, are worth a listen. Perfect Remedy is not classic Quo but is, in my opnion, an underrated album with some gems on it; not the album to start your Quo collection but worth discovering if you want to know what the band have done beyond the hits.