The acrimonious departure of Michael Aston left brother Jay Aston with the remaining bandmembers, along with plenty of questions regarding whether or not the group could continue without the tense energy that the siblings brought to their songwriting and performance. The end result was, on the one hand, the least GLJ-like record made yet, but on the other a fairly strong rocker all around. If the days of Promise and Immigrant were long gone, the foursome avoided the missteps of The House of Dolls to create a more effective ...

Kiss of Life 1990, Geffen

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