This is simply one of the best rock albums of the early 80's, a clever blending of musical styles of the day. Phil Collins is on board for most of the tracks, kicking (...) just before he went the path of lameness where he resides today. With Collins' beautifully intricate beats, Robbie Blunt's ethereal guitar and compositions full of light and just enough keyboards, Plant delivers the finest solo offering of his career to date. "Thru With The Twostep" is worth the price of the disc alone. "Big Log" expresses something that is inexpressible in words.
No, this isn't Zeppelin, but it's a small piece of them.