"Dust To Gold" - Very popular among many of the fans but this track does very little for me. It starts off with an almost psychedelic return but overall, this echo covered song just doesn't move me—I'll admit that I just don't 'get' this one.
"Let's Rock" - This song marks the first single from Rick Parfitt since 1980's "Don't Drive My Car". This track really belts along well and, even if the lyrics aren't anything too special, the vocals from RP are absolutely stonkin'! A highlight on the album and a real feel-good track, you can't be down listening to this!
"Can't See For Looking" - A nice little track about persuading a girl that the singer is the man she "Can't See For Looking". Some of the lyrics are a tad stretched but I don't go to Quo for the deep and meaningful as a rule!
"Better Than That" - If there is one thing this album specialises in, it's catchy choruses! This track delivers the same! I don't think it's one I'll listen to much, as around the chorus, the rest of the track doesn't really appeal to me.
"Movin On" - This kicks off with a killer riff, one of the best on the album. This is a fast paced rocker with a hint of shuffle in the guitar. I really enjoy the country-rock choruses in this one. A good track that has grown on me the more I listen to it.
"Leave A Little Light On" - An absolute favourite on the album for me and definitely one of the most listened to since I've got my hands on the album. The chorus is insanely simple but also insanely catchy! Rick Parfitt's tracks are storming on the album and it sounds like both he and Rossi had much more fun on Quid Pro Quo than they did on In Search Of The Fourth Chord.
"Any Way You Like It" - A mid-paced Rossi light rocker. This has the lighter Rodney Crowell/John Fogerty feel in the verses. Some fans love this sort of stuff, but some don't. I say take-it-or-leave-it on this track. It's not bad but it's not my favourite on the album by some length.
"Frozen Hero" - This is an interesting track with a very 1980s feel to it for me. This includes the huge intro and fast guitar picking on the track. It's another more general rocker rather than the trade-mark Quo shuffle and an interesting track that is perhaps Quo's chance to step outside the stereotype in a slightly different direction.