A very good pop group from Holland at their second utterance, in my opinion much better than the first. Here, thankgod, all those sticky melodramathic heavy honeydripping bombastic orchestral arrangements are abandoned, curtsey to some unknown "central scrutinizer" who had to take this extremely drastic decision! The album includes the hit that gave them 5 minutes of popularity, "Far too late", still today a lovely song to listen, reminds me somehow of the Hollies, a band I always loved. As I said in the Mouth and Macneal post ( == > see), this band comes out (1972, first LP) in a period of post-beat while the whole world was still hoping for a return of the Beatles (as often announced, especially around 73 and 74), or at least for someone new who'd filled the gap which the Fab 4 had mercilessly left. As for Mouth & Macneal, they come from Holland and the year is 1973. I listed this album on the "Pussynbootlegs" blog
All in all, a very enjoyable album!