This is clearly intended to be a passage of sorts for the Rollers, formerly the Bay City Rollers. The music is like that of the Beatles circa 1965-66, while the Rollers had been approximating the Beatles' early 1963-64 sound in their prior teenaimed hits. The five-man group may gain a measure of critical credibility with this LP, though oldtime fans may not even spot the LP in the stores: the front cover graphics are totally anonymous. The addition of Duncan Faure on piano and moog neatly fleshes out the Rollers' instrumental sound. Best cuts: "Elevator," "I Was Eleven," "Instant Replay."

Billboard Aug 25,1979