By the time Vixen's debut was released in 1988, the group had endured numerous line up changes and a slime ball scheme by EMI to give The Bangles a run for their money. EMI's plan failed as the group looked and sounded nothing like the latter, eventually unintentionally competing with the pop/metal pretty boy bands who were in vogue at the time on MTV.
After the success of the debut album, expectations were high for this one. Alas, as is often the case, things didn't work out as planned, and the album didn't live up to the success of its predecessor.
The late 70's wasn't a good time if you were an 80's hair metal band trying to reinvent yourself. Such as the case with female faves Vixen, who by this stage of their career had steeped so low as to record this uneven affair.