Last albums due record companies to fulfill record contracts are usually haphazard affairs, but bandleader/lead singer Myles Goodwyn, along with holdover guitarist Brian Greenway and three other musicians (just to fill out the band), produce a decent collection of more hits than misses. Because Goodwyn obviously had less static from departed bandmates, the material meanders in and out of hard rock and highlights more ivory work than any other April Wine album. The bouncy keyboard fare of "You Don't Have to Act That Way" is one of Goodwyn's forgotten gems.
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AllMusic Review by Glen Miller