A return to form? Mond back in the fold? Do you think those two things have anything in common? I do.....After The Upstarts released Reason Why, you could hear the demise of The Angelic Upstarts....listen to Last Tango In Moscow, Power of The Press and Blood on The Terraces and tell me that they did not have the same range and power that Mond had a hand in on their earlier relesases. Not to say that there were moments on each of the later albums...Here and there you'd get a small sample size. Of note would be: One More Day, Brigton Bomb, Pride of Our Passion. Even better yet, check out the album Lost and Found for more Mond guitar genius....You see, I always cheer on the underdog and Mond is one of the those. Someone that really never get's his due. Just like Dave Gregg of DOA, Guy Days of 999, Del from PATTB....Good tasteful players that make a band better. Same goes for Decca. On the albums that he played on, his playing just made The Upstarts soooo much better. Sticks belonged in the Rejects, Decca belonged in The Upstarts. Two different bands, two different approaches. Well on this release you have Decca, Mond, Mensi and a few others helping out. This album is probably my fourth favorite Upstarts release. This came and went without a wimper. Too bad. This album is damn good. Enjoy folks.