Back in the 80s the girls rocked as hard as the guys! Sometimes even harder. One of those rocking girls was Fiona. She was never the big hit maker that Joan Jett, or Lita Ford were, but she was still able to carve out her own niche. This is Fiona's second album, but there's no sophomore slump here. The song writing, playing, and Fiona's rough edged voice all shine! Her version of "Thunder and Lightening" is as good as it gets, and most of the other songs are highly polished rock jewels. The production values are quite high on this album. The songs have a depth that take them beyond a lot of the hard rock of the 80s. The only time this album slows down is with the obligatory ballad "He's On My Side". But before you know it, you're back in rock territory. And it all wraps up with the absolutely kicking "Keeper of the Flame".
If you like your rock hard, and your girls able to belt out a tune without getting lost in the wall of sound, then Fiona is a girl you should get to know.