The album kicks of with "We Will be Strong" as good as any dual guitar songs written during the Robertson/Gorham lizzy era and gets you tapping your feet. The two singles "Chinatown" and the top ten hit "Killer on the Loose" are probably two of Lizzy's best ever singles. "Sugar Blues" gives Snowy White a chance to show off his Blues playing talent. "Having a Good Time" puts you in the mood for clubbing, the thought provoking "Genocide" shows how deep Lynott could be and the beautiful "Didn't I" shows how well he could write a ballad. The album is let down by "Sweetheart" a poor version of the "Black Rose" song "With Love" and "Hey You" a poor ska song. However, the album is a grower and a must for a Lizzy and Lynott fans alike.