On the first half of their second album, guitarist Brian King and drummer David Prowse rock like schoolkids on the first day of summer. On the second half, the live-for-today exuberance runs headlong into reality: The euphoria can't last, and then what's left? Amid the ghostly glow of feedback and the sound of distant fireworks, the curtain drops.
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