It's a step down from the three records that preceded it, but has just enough great material on it ("The Overdraft" with
Lindsey Buckingham on backing vocals, "Jesus Mentioned," "Ain't That Pretty At All," "Looking For The Next Best Thing") to
make it Warren's last classic album. The main areas in which the album goes astray are "The Hula Hula Boys" (what was
Warren thinking?), "Never Too Late For Love" (a generic rehash of past Zevon ballads), and the overly reverberated 80s
production, which doesn't quite fit Warren's style.