Though some consider this to be Missing Persons' best album, it is, in essence, a catalog of flawed ambition and missed opportunities. For other, more sober critics, the band's moment had passed and they were in serious danger of outstaying their welcome. Trite rock songs such as "Surrender Your Heart" did little to assuage that opinion. The one clawback is "Give," the least obvious and least expansive track on a record that singularly fails to adhere to those values elsewhere.
AllMusic Review by Alex Ogg