‘Romeo’s Daughter’, the band’s first album released in 1989, was produced by the legendary Robert ‘Mutt’ Lange and songwriter/performer John Parr, two of the hottest names in the business at that time. The album courted instant critical praise not only for its quality and sophistication but also for the way it bought melodic British rock back into sharp focus after years spent in the doldrums.
The first single from the album ‘Don’t Break My Heart’, leapt up the US Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart and ‘Heaven in the Backseat’ was the opening track for the film, ‘Nightmare on Elm Street 5’. ‘Wild Child’ was covered by Heart on their 3 million selling album ‘Brigade’, achieving No. 2 on the Billboard Rock All Play chart. This album has subsequently been remastered to 24 bit standard from the original source tapes and released on Rock Candy records. It includes 3 bonus live tracks, the story of the making of the album, previously unpublished photos and a 16 page full colour booklet.