Routine vintage British hard rock, heavy on the multi-directional guitar lines, with some vocals in the macho, swaggering sub-Robert Plant style of the era. The guitarists are accomplished, so this might have some appeal to rock-guitar freaks with a special passion for the sound of the time; otherwise it's just a curiosity. It does include their nine-minute version of "Pomp and Circumstance" (copyright obstacles surrounding the track helped prevent the release of the album when it was originally recorded).
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AllMusic Review by Richie Unterberger