This record marked the first without keyboardist Alan Fitzgerald, and although Blades, Gillis and Keagy wrote the majority of the material, Fitz's absence is noticeable. It seems as if NR was trying to jump into the same boat as the Crue, Ratt, et al, and it just doesn't click. Overall, it's much heavier than "Big Life," but clearly, the "Midnight Madness"/"7 Wishes" glory days were over. The band broke up after this record, only to return in 1997 with the much better "Neverland." Best songs: "Halfway to the Sun," "Reason to Be," "Don't Start Thinking," "I Did it for Love" (very minor hit) and my favorite, "Here She Comes Again," which has a rocky Don Henley feel to it.