The 2nd and the best of Wooden Nickel releases.
By Da Crusher
Developing into what they would be known as a 3 headed vocal/writting group, this album is the best of their Wooden Nickel years and almost as good as Equinox, the last album with JC. This really is Styx at their best. Youngs "You Need Love", DeYoung's "Father OSA" and Curulewskis "A Day" prove that the group was really coming into their own with song writting. Straight up rock numbers and progressive songs again, they were considered Amercia's answer to the British prog bands at the time. Lady became a hit a couple years after this album was released. Even with Lady off the album, this really showed what the band was and what was going to come in the mid to late 70's.