This was the second album that I ever heard by Chicago, and after having listened to all of theire others over the years, this remains to this day my favorite. All of the songs on this album click in a way that sends shivers down my spine. "Along Comes a Woman" is the best of the hits, but the others, "Stay The Night", "Hard Habit To Break" and "You're The Inspiration" still carry over well. The non-hits carry quite a bit of weight behind them, too, with "We Can Stop The Hurtin'" and "Please Hold On" rocking. For a good heart-felt ballad "I Remember The Feeling" is a good song to listen to. The other songs show great song writing ability including tunes by Robert Lamm and Peter Cetera. David Foster's ability to produce a great album is very evident here. A must have for any type of fan of Chicago to have. As an added bonus, if you have this on cassette, two tracks, "Prima Donna" and "Please Hold On" have different variations of them, making them even greater songs.