A lot less imaginative record than the previous two, this is still a fairly strong effort. Less San Francisco influenced than before, the band belted out a collection of pre-progressive rock tunes. This album also featured a guest appearance from guitarist Billy Gibbons, later of ZZ Top fame. Although commercially it failed miserably, it's still a decent album, with a few great tunes among some rather mediocre ones.
Source: The Encyclopedia of Popular Music by Colin Larkin. .
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