I loved this album when I first heard it, and still have the vinyl LP. Re-issued by Rock Candy Records and re-mastered to 24 bit standard, it now positively glows. There's not a duff track here, and as a second album, for which so many artists struggle, this one raises the game for Fiona, one year on from her eponymous debut album. However with the likes of Kip Winger, Mike Slamer, Beau Hill, Donnie Kisselbach and Nile Rodgers on board how could it go wrong ? The album rocks all the way from the opening song Tragedy all the way though to Keeper Of the Flame. Two bonus tracks on this release with alternate mixes of Hopelessly Love You, which you can take or leave and don't particularly add anything to the overall album. Great mid 80's rock/AOR.