I remember finding this in the 80's and I was immediately saddened that Pat Thrall had left the Pat Traver's Band. Then the first song told me that Thrall still had some good music in him with veteran Glenn Hughes. I can't actually call this a hard rock album, but it has a great edge to it. I've always enjoyed Hughes' vocals and his bass work and of course the guitar work of Thrall. Together the two have created magic in this one and only album by them. Give a listen to "I Got Your Number", "Beg, Borrow, Steal", "Hold Out Your Life", and "Who Will You Run To". Decide if Hughes/Thrall has what it takes to be a part of your CD collection. The music here is timeless and you will listen to it for years. Look at the price; it's worth it!