This is the most commercially successful and acceptable of the Brand X releases in the '70's. The band had, by this time effectively split into two camps for recording purposes. John Goodsall led the more accessible material which spawned the unsucessful single "Soho", whilst Percy Jones headed up the rather more experimental quartet which, on this album produces the far more interesting and jazzy tracks. In fact it is Jones's own "Dance Of The Illegal Aliens" and "Not Good Enough- See Me!" co-written with keyboardist Peter Robinson which are the high points. However this is Brand X with vocals (even if they are by Phil Collins), and quite frankly it doesn't work !!!!!!!!
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