By the mid 1980s, most of the 70s arena rock bands (Foreigner, Journey, Styx, Kansas, etc.) had called it a day. Then along comes Boston's ever unpredictable Tom Shultz to reemerge from wilderness with his band's third album to breathe a little life into the genre. Listening to the album, one would have no idea that in the eleven years since Boston's first album became a smash success that punk, the new wave and music videos had revolutionized rock, managing to alter the formulas of even such dinosuars as Yes and ZZ Top. Instead, here comes Shultz with such 1975 FM radio ready fare as "Amanda," "We're Ready" and "Cool the Engines." And some of us, at least, discovered that we were not to cool to take a trip down memory lane after all.