There is nothing as exciting as an album appearing out of nowhere and blowing away the cobwebs. Aldo Nova's debut album is one such creation; a record so perfectly formed that it has rightfully been compared to the groundbreaking achievements of classic albums by rival masters of melodic hard rock, including Boston, REO Speedwagon and Loverboy. Crammed with ten of the most infectious tracks this side of a Cheap Trick record, it is a work of major importance and one that is still revered to this very day. Amazingly, the album is practically a collection of demo recordings that Aldo had been working on in his native Monteal, in anticipation of maybe someday scoring a record deal. Originally issued in 1982, it instantly became a best seller, going on to eventually attain a double platinum certificate. With such rich and hugely melodic tracks as 'Fantasy', 'Hot Love', 'Ball And Chain' and 'Heart To Heart' it's no wonder that Aldo's brand of immaculate AOR attracted instant success.