A; In terms of the Glam Metal style, this is as good as it gets. And it gets damn good.
Here we have a hidden masterpiece of glam metal (if such a genre could ever be described with such legit terms). It pretty much follows the eighties glam-metal style, with the song structure and solos, but with some great twists and turns that make the music far more interesting than you'd expect from the less than artistic style. How many glam bands have this many modulations in one album? Virtually none. The album has some of the best melodies, riffs, layering of parts, and the epic arena sized sound and anthem-atic choruses that makes glam-metal likable to its fans. Whatever it is that makes more commercial music like this amazing, this album has it all. It's really the only eighties glam metal album I think I could ever give a full five stars, and I've heard more than my far share. Nightmare, the closing piece, is without a doubt in the top ten tracks to ever be released in the nineties, and it's a real shame that it's as undervalued and under-appreciated as it is.
Seriously, check it album out, especially if you dig the eighties metal style. This is a classically trained musician writing this review, and my scrutinous ears find little to complain.