Phil Seymou's first album charted well and spawned the hits "Precious to Me" and "Let Her Dance." "2" never charted, but contains songs that are as good as the ones on the first album. "Love Receiver," "Surrender," "Better to Me Than You" and "Talk to Me" could have been hits, if his record company hadn't given up promoting him. Ten bonus tracks make you realize how much more Seymour had to give, after leaving the Dwight Twilley Band and the Textones to go solo. Sadly, he died of cancer in 1993 at 41 years old. This is just another great album example of the power pop that came out in the wake of the Knack's enormous success.