The 16th album from this British band.
The band was a quintet with a lineup of drums, percussion, timpani, bass, guitars, keyboards and vocals.
A guest added vocals on two tracks and a dog growled on a couple of tracks.
The band was in a legal fight at this time and it was a miracle that the band managed to come through this tribulation.
But they did and we got some more albums from them and some new stuff in the years that followed.
The album opens with an AOR rocker. It is a pretty good song with some good vocals.
We then get this mix of neo-classical music and modern rock again. The Enid's trademark, in other words.
The album is three quarters of an hour long and it is a typical The Enid album.
There is not enough good stuff here to label it as a good album. It is still an interesting album but just that...