The preceding single was the fast and groovy “Love Makes Me Run,” which projected an urban image that could be considered a typical decoration representing ICE at the time. It was released in a very short interval of about 9 months from the previous album “We’re In The Mood”. Kazuyuki Miyauchi’s quintessential guitar playing enlivens the songs from start to finish, and the album features tracks such as “Medicine Street,” which seems to be filled with the royal road of ICE with its overwhelming heat, “See The Music On The TV,” with its use of wah guitar and disco/funk bottom, and the calm and serene “Ballad” which gives a sense of ICE’s broad musicality. The album is full of a wide variety of songs that cannot be pigeonholed into the “urban” category, including “Life Is Blues,” a calm and serene ballad, “Take Me Away,” a mellow, bossa-tinged song, and “Yes, I Do,” a warm, skin-touching soul-pop song. The funky, fiery songs on this album give the impression of being more assertive.