The sixth studio album by the eponymous British rock band. It was recorded when the band regrouped after breaking up for five years, and they embarked on a raw style, which was in marked contrast to that of their past few albums. In addition, its heavier sound fitted in better with the new wave of British heavy metal scene. Two tracks, “She’s My Woman” and “Where’s the Show?”, were originally recorded by John Du Cann for his solo album, “The World’s Not Big Enough”, in 1977. The album was not released at the time and the songs were later reworked by Atomic Rooster.