The versions of "Make It Last" and "I Wouldn't Wanna Happen to You" were both the single versions, and are different from those on albums If You've Never Been and Drawn from Memory. It also features a (re-recorded) cover of Bob Dorrough's "3 Is A Magic Number", which was originally a b-side to "I Wouldn't Wanna Happen to You". "The Good Will Out", which is usually their encore at live performances, was released only on 7" as a limited edition.
The album only reached #36, at a time in which the band's popularity was waning and record-label Hut had dropped them. The main intention of the album's release was that their record label had insisted they complete their four album deal.
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