Canadian band's 1977 release sees them keeping their prog roots intact but opting for shorter songs. Still the influence of Yes, Genesis & Camel is evident. Many people hear a bit of Barclay James Harvest in their sound as well and that is probably somewhat on the mark, too. This was their last album from the classic prog era. They did reform in the 80s and again in the 90s but most collectors of prog music will be interested in their mid-70s albums.