I recently purchased this CD, having discovered 80’s metal for myself after years of prompting from friends. White Lion and Def Leppard got me started, and I listen to those groups religiously now. I wanted some more of the same, basically, and I discovered Cinderella. All I can say is “verrrrry good.”Cinderella starts the album with a song I find attractively eerie and/or haunting: “Night Songs.” Song three, “Nobody’s Fool,” is very good as well, and “Somebody Save Me,” “Push Push,” and “Hell On Wheels” just flat out rock.Tom Keifer’s voice (lead singer) is very similar to the lead singer of Def Leppard (can’t remember his name right now), but with just a little more “screech”, if you will. It’s hard to explain, except that he’s definitely got a good voice for pop metal, and if you like Def Leppard’s sound of voice and overall music, you’ll like this offering of Cinderella.This CD, best described, is a perfect blend of Def Leppard and White Lion (Mike Tramp, lead singer of White Lion) not only in the sound of the singer’s voice, but in their guitar and drum work, and their riffs and rock. I highly recommend the CD!