There aren't as many hits here as on Sammy's predecessor "Standing Hampton" or the follow-up "VOA." Both of those come pretty close, but just because there's very little filler here, this marginally wins.
"Your Love Is Driving Me Crazy" is Sam's biggest hit and my favorite song of his. It's almost never played on the radio anymore, though. It's a typical '80s Hard Rocker, but slightly more pop, due to keyboard use. Many other songs here use them too. "Remote Love" and "Never Give Up" are carbon copies and excellent album tracks. The other hits were the title track and "I Don't Need Love." These are more like his standard fare. The latter is also one of his best, fast-paced, sex and party, but 'safe' song.
"I Wouldn't Change A Thing" was, I believe, a minor hit that should've been bigger. One thing about this album that were LESS present in others was the slightly serious thoughts on top of the usual party rock. The part ballad "Remember the Hereoes" (about soldiers) was the only completely dramatic song, but it fits in well and is a nice addition. "Growing Up" was a self-explanatory look at just that. (One thing I like about Rock stars is they don't have an age limit for subjects. Sammy was in his late 30s when this came out, but he can talk about coming of age and make it sound totally natural). "In the Room" was another change. The only song I can't get into. A little darker, it talks about dreamland vs reality. "Rise of the Animal" is similar to this, but somewhat more musically engaging.
3 Lock Box is more or less forgotten probably since it's sandwitched between albums which have the near Metal of "One Way to Rock" and "Heavy Metal" as well as the classic road song "Can't Drive 55." By the time I discovered this, I was a die-hard fan of those too, so take my word, don't pass it up.