Other parts of the album has a loose and relaxed feel, much more so than recent releases. There's a string-laden ballad "Haunted" (Remember Ozzy's "So Tired"?) and the acoustic "Never a Word". The best numbers are saved for the end of the album, the title track, featuring some very ELP-like keyboard work from Don Airey, and the energetic closer "Doing it Tonight", which deserves to be released as a single. Of course, Gillan's lyrics are as sexist as ever, but what did you expect?
Overall, a good solid album. While it's no Machine Head or Burn, it's still one of the better post-reunion albums, and a big improvement on it's predecessor, Abandon. I hope they play songs like "Doing it Tonight" and "House of Pain" on the forthcoming tour, rather than play "Black Night" for the squillionth time.
The Purps aren't done yet.