I hate to disagree with the two fellows who posted their certainly posative reviews here regarding my favorite band, Uriah Heep's 1985 album, but I just couldn't enjoy it as much as they did (and I waited nearly three weeks to receive my copy, simply because Amazon.com had trouble tracking one down for me. I appreciate their effort and as a completist I AM glad to have this CD in my collection, but... they really SHOULD have tried harder on any other CD but this one. It really is forgettable, save for the absolutely fantastic "Night of the Wolf" (the only real reason for buying this CD), and the highly enjoyable "Rockarama", which is just a heck of a lot of fun to listen to. Unfortunately, the song "Party Time" is for me absolutely CRINGE-INDUCING... I honestly wonder what Mick and the boys were thinking when they recorded that? I hate to say anything bad about these guys, but... No more, please, no more.
After saying that, I WILL mention that it's great to hear the fantastic Trevor Bolder back as the band's bass player... he was certainly missed (no offense to Bob Daisley, who was great himself on the two albums he did as a member of Heep... I've just had a special fondness for Trevor, after hearing him do his stuff on "Who Needs Me" from Uriah Heep's 1977 album, "Firefly". There, his bass has to be heard to be believed!)
All in all, this is the one Uriah Heep CD that you can afford to miss... especially now that they've raised the price to a whopping [item price](which they did RIGHT after I received my own copy...There are better CDs to spend that much money on, believe me, unless of course you have every Heep album in existance except for this one.