Chicago had by their eleventh album built a phenomenal fan base up. Which is why it is so sad that guitarist, vocalist and song writer Terry Cath went and accidentally shot himself. (Something you don't hear every day!) After this Chicago would never be the same. They were still a good band, most notably from Chicago 16-18 however they lost the soulfull voice of Cath. He gave an emotion to the band that his replacement Bill Chapman could not, well, replace.
However this is nothing to do with the music on the album, which is, some would argue, the main point of an album. So, the highlights are pretty much every track. It is a superb album up to their ussual standard. There are two very beautiful tracks right next to eachother, 'Til the End of Time and the exquiset Policeman (just listen to those horns!). There's also the rather snazy track Vote For Me which proves Chicago rock, and the rather out of place, but still great track Takin' it on Uptown. And the icing on the cake... the rest of the tracks. To be honest they are all great and I'd just end up listing them all.
Anywho, this is a beautiful and well constructed album. I STRONGLY advise you buy it!