After a patchy 80s which saw this wonderful band lose their way a bit, (although in truth there were moments of brilliance on every album they made in that decade) this was where things started to get back on track - artistically at least (commercially it was a disaster). Gone (thank ****)are the guest songwriters and hamfisted attempts by clueless producers to tame the Trick and turn them into some godawful Toto clones. Back are the explosive, smart, witty, tuneful bunch who saved my musical sanity when they burst on to the scene in the mid-70s. Apart from, funnily enough, the title track, every song on here is an absolute gem. Special mention though for the savage Let Her Go, funky dance oddity Ride the Pony and especially the wild, flat-out-rocking Girlfriend, which generates enough power to run a small country. Magnificent, and a sign of (incredibly)even greater things to come.