So what DO you do after you’ve just establshed the record for the best-selling debut album of all time? You either make a new record, or retire. Being that the guys were still pretty young to retire, they made this altogether decent follow-up. When you sell as many albums as “Boston” did, you know the fans – which were numerous – would want more of the same. And Boston delivered what their fans wanted. “Don’t Look Back” and “Feelin’ Satisfied” are fun, rocking romps that channelled the buoyant nature of “Peace Of Mind” and “Rock n Roll Band”. And Boston did progress a little bit – “A Man I’ll Never Be” was the power ballad that didn’t appear in any form on the debut album, and “Used To Bad News” – a personal favorite – had a slightly different style to it. All in all, Boston doesn’t take any steps forward with this release, but they didn’t fall backwards either.