The music from this Canadian quartet still has the quirks you would expect from previous albums. But with tunes like "Paradise Skies" and "Night Flights," they became downright accessible. "Let Go The Line" sounds uncomfortably like Toto. But it's followed with the loopy anarchism of "Rascal Houdi," another song from frontman Kim Mitchell that keeps the proceedings from getting too predictable.
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AllMusic Review by Mark Allan