of mid 80's guitar rock, with a lead singer kinda reminisent of early Sting with the Police (think Zenyatta Mondatta era). Although the guy kinda plays around with the same chords on a couple of the tunes, this album really doesn't have a bad song on it. First tune I heard of theirs was "All the love in the world" which just kinda grabbed me , as the guitars just sounded so damn good and upfront in their music. I can still put this on 20 years later and enjoy it. If you a guitar player who grew up in that era, and if you can play at all, you can hit the main solo parts and progressions. Just plain good, and sounds great turned up.
I had to buy this cassette three times, as someone relieved me of the first two, was very popular with teens who didn't like new wave or metal and it made me follow the band for at least 3 more records.
Those were the days. :-)