I’m a Cinderella fan and I’ll admit that their look turned me off in the beginning, but if you listen to the album you don’t get Posion/Warrant rock. These guys were taking their cue from AC/DC, Aerosmith, and heavy Stones.This album is a LOT more bluesy than you’d think. Not blues. But VERY blues based. As other reviewers have noted as well there is a certain darkness to this album as well. There’s something a little haunting about songs such as “Night Songs”, “Nothin’ For Nothin’” and “Back Home Again”. “Shake Me”, “In From The Outside”, “Hell On Wheels” and “Once Around The Ride” all rock hard. The lyrics may not be all that original (admittedly, but then again rock lyrics generally aren’t) but the band is just tight and the execution of the whole package is excellent. “Nobody’s Fool” is an excellent power ballad, and as a kiss off has a slightly different slant than the usual sappy ones. And “Somebody Save Me” is a great song that’s very poppy when you look at it without the overdriven guitar. “Push Push” is a song about sex but it has such a great riff behind it that it overpowers the somewhat formulaic lyrics.Overall this album musically is so tight, and not quite the glam you’d think, that it comes off as a great, yet not representative mid to late 80’s hard rock album.