A bit of a missed hit, the purchase of this album.
I believe this is the fourth album from this Texas band. A band why operates in the contemporary rock genre. That means a mix of space rock, rockabilly, funk, glam and 1970s hard rock.
I am not a fan of this type of music at all. But this is such a lively album and it has some good songs too. The opening nine minutes long Endless Possibilities is a very good epic song which brings hope about a prog rock album. It is a false dawn, but no worries.
For those of you about to rock, this is a good album. If not, bypass this boxing lesson.