The Osmond brothers ruled the UK charts in the heyday of teen-pop in the early 1970s. They were ultimately more successful in Britain than in the USA. One Bad Apple was the first hit, and was soon followed by chartbusters like Yo-Yo, Down By The Lazy River and the experimental, eyebrow-raising Crazy Horses with its impressive neighing guitars. Other hits include Goin’ Home and Love Me For A Reason. This delightful collection of up-tempo pop and love ballads also includes their version of He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother which is quite good. You will love this album if you were a teenager in the seventies and you remember the times when The Jackson 5, David Cassidy, The Partridge Family and the young Michael Jackson were making headlines. As teen-pop goes, this music has aged rather well as measured against the output of a lot of today’s Boy Bands.