A perfect album to play while on a road trip.
This is the kind of album you just put into your car stereo and let it play. It's a great album to listen to while on the open highway.
Good and solid
This is a good and solid album. However it is not as good as the one that went before it and even less close to Dawn Patrol.
By bob bobblaw
a few whiners here . . . . look it up, kids . . . . .
By Kings X Guy
Great Itunes review.......love the candor and joking nature......itunes nerds need a new coldplay or radiohead album to dissect. It's not Yellow and it's not the Bends.....but You Can Still Rock In America
I sometimes wonder who writes the initial reviews for these albums. Do they proofread? In any event, Night Ranger was still at the top of their game with this record, as the songs were still hard-hitting except for the ballads "Sentimental Street" and "Goodbye" which were very characteristic for Mr. Keagy. I own a VHS containing a concert from the Seven Wishes tour and yes, Jack Blades coming out of a magic lamp (with a "p") was quite cheesy but you could forgive them for being victims of the 80's :) Besides, with Gillis and Watson on dueling guitars, your gaze moves away from the corny theatrics.
Love this album Hate the song exclusion of Interstate Love Affair
This was one of my favorite Night Ranger Albums. Dawn Patrol is the best. Interstate Love Affair is a great highlight of this band's album. ITUNES LEFT OUT INTERSTATE LOVE AFFAIR!!!!!
NIGHT RANGER'S LAST GREAT ALBUM
One Of The Most Rockin Night Ranger Albums I Love Every Song It's Too Bad They Could'nt Keep It Going.BUY IT NOW!!!!!!
One of the best albums of all time!
This isn't just Night Ranger's best album, it's also one of the best albums ever made! Jack Blades is a genius. This album includes 6 of Night Ranger's best songs ever: Seven Wishes
Four In The Morning
I Will Follow You
Interstate Love Affair
and Goodbye I highly recommend this purchase! It's timeless!
Very consistent album. Not one song drags. I can listen to this album over and over again, and not be tired of it. Although this may not have the popular hit songs everyone knows, it is however an album that shows the bands ability to make an entire album of solid songs which was becoming a rare thing in the late 80s