When this album was released in the UK '10 Records' ran adverts with this and 'What I did on my vaccation' by Ian Gillan. I was just getting into rock music (I'd just bought MSG2 which blew me away!!) I was already into Deep Purple and Whitesnake and to find an album with Ian Paice and Neil Murray on was a 'must have'. I didn't have the foggiest who Gary Moore was, not a clue.
From the opening bars of Rockin' Every Night to the heart felt dedication to Randy Rhodes of Sunset I couldn't get enough. From my recollection the musicians were Gary Moore - Guitar/Vocals, Jon Sloman - Vocals/Keyboards, Don Airey - Keyboards, Ian Paice - Drums, and Neil Murray - Bass. I found this release to be far superior to 'We want Moore!', the songs hit harder and I guess for a single album release time was limited.
I can't say that any of the original tracks were fillers but in my opinion 'I Can't Wait Until Tomorrow' was the standout track.
This review was done from my fond memories of this album and may have clouded over the years, however, you can't knock an album that led me to Thin Lizzy, Rainbow, Hughes-Thrall and many others.