Coming out just as grunge hit, this album didn't have much of a chance. Shame really, because Lillian Axe were always a cut about the average LA "hair band". Even the mighty Martin Popoff admits that two of this band's albums are high quality stuff. He claims Poetic Justice was "missing in action" and I have to agree with him to some degree. it is no where near as good as Pychoschizophrenia or their debut but it does have its moments, particularly 'True Believer" and "She's my Salvation'. LA were yet another band that were badly package and advised, looking on the back cover like a Warrant clone. For one thing Ron Taylor, the band's vocalist has much better pipes than Jani Lane. They were not a hair band really, singing about more things that just sex, drugs and rock & roll. I picked up PJ for $3 at my local record store, and it is well worth the price of admission. By all means seek out their other stuff, but if you find this one in the bargain bins don't hesitate to pick it up. Lillian Axe are truly one of the forgotten gems of the early 90s.