I didn’t care for it when I first picked it up several years ago. But I’ve come to appreciate it as a unique part of Queen’s catalogue and a fun album of cool funk & dance with signature Queen flavors. “Cool Cat” puts me in a great mood and is probably my favorite track, other than the amazing duet with Bowie, “Under Pressure.” Other highlights are the cheesy but enjoyable “Back Chat” “Put Out The Fire,” and the beautiful “Las Palabras de Amor.” Regardless of what critics might say, this is hardly the low point of Queen’s career. It’s not The Game Part 2 or Night At The Opera Part 2, because that’s not what Queen set out to do. It’s just a good 80s dance/pop record.