Not to be confused with the Jimmy Page's XYZ, this band was actually hailed from LA and became one of the home-band for the Whisky club at Sunset Strip. Don Dokken saw them as a big potential and produced the first album, spawning small hit of "Inside Out" which I think is decent song compared to the other superior tracks such as "Maggy", "Take What You Can", or the soul-cleansing acoustical-thang "After The Rain".
My other fave tracks are "What Keeps Me From Loving You" which sounded very Whitesnake-ish and "Nice Day To Die" that raced the rhythm to the limit, a speedy Dokken-style song. The highlight of the band is on the monster vocal of Terry Ilous whom sounded very close to Don Dokken himself, only better in some aspects. This album is a dazzling and distinctive release in 1989 featuring a whole lotta killer tracks by a superb band.