|1. Fast Train|
|2. Drop Your Guns|
|3. Weeping Widow|
|4. Rock & Roll Is a Vicious Game|
|6. You Could Have Been a Lady|
|8. Like a Lover, Like a Song|
|9. I'm on Fire for You Baby|
|10. Lady Run, Lady Hide|
|11. Bad Side of the Moon|
|12. I Wouldn't Want to Lose Your Love|
|13. You Won't Dance With Me|
|14. Tonite Is a Wonderful Time to Fall in Love|
What impresses me most is they were able to pull off many styles from Hard Rock to big ballads to Power Pop convincingly and never lost thier edge or smarts. Theres a little sappiness in the ballads, but its not annoying or downright dull (like Journey in thier worst moments) and theres never any art-rock pretentiousness or overreaching (like Styx or Kansas). These guys were just a hard rock band who liked all kinds of music and werent afraid to experiment now and then.
I finally got a chance seeing April Wine play at the (now sadly demolished) Bronco Bowl back in 2000. They put on a great show to a packed house with members from the Dallas Stars hockey team and metal-thrash band Pantera among the crowd. Myles told everyone they had a request and played "Tonite Is a Wonderful Night To Fall in Love"... Most people didnt know the song, but I sang along LOUD anyway. This CD is the reason why!