For these of you who we’re too young to recollect, Keel was found by former (Steeler) vocalist Ron Keel. Soon thereafter they marked their territory and claimed ground when when “The best To Rock,” their major label debut produced by Gene Simmons of KISS, grew to become the fastest-promoting debut album in A&M Records’ historical past. They went on to garnish some effectively claim recognition however regardless of the fact they’ve offered over 2 million data, the title is still not a family staple in distinction to other much less proficient teams in the same genre. In 1986, Keel really received the perfect Band of the Year award in the 2nd annual Metal Edge journal reader’s poll, beating such noted bands as Iron Maiden & Judas Priest. Every track on the report is catchy, addictive, and proclaims the trademark Keel sound of the 80’s quite nicely. In actual fact it retains the tradition of the great outdated days alive and nicely. Ron Keel’s voice here sounds as stable as ever, and as soon as again it proves the point that each one these younger modern metallic or rock bands now lack, you ask what? Exit and help the band.