...or actually 1.5 stars
L. B. Ivarsson | Rock City | 09/30/2003
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This is perhaps the weakest of Slade's albums together with the previous "Rogues gallery". The production is so time typical it might be hard to find a better example of the sound and production back in the 1980's. With hindsight it's no wonder this was the original line up's last album because the song writing just isn't there anymore. After so many years of excellent songs no one can blame Holder/Lea for running low on inspiration. But I wouldn't say that this album totally stinks and should be avoided at any costs because under the massive layer of keyboards you can actually hear some references to the old happy days, for example in "Me and the boys". Maybe 1 star is a bit cheap but in comparison to other Slade albums this is not good."
Jeff Black | nicholasville, ky USA | 10/22/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"is what i like and what i hear when i listen to this one and its again a classic slade album for me. if you like rogues gallery you will like this one, not as strong as rogues overall but still lots of fun."