An album by Billy Joel
The other singles have a steady pattern which is OK now and than but a little repetitive on a regular basis. The title track is a bit too drawn out with a relatively weak hook around the I Am An Innocent Man part. Keepin' The Faith also lacks staying power. A more ellaborate bridge would have been helpful.
Maybe its just me, I but lean to Billy Joel's less overplayed recordings such as Turnstiles, Streetlight Serenader, Cold Spring Harbor, and The Bridge. I also like the more ellaborate, The Stranger and the new wave oriented Glass Houses. This one rates somewhere in the middle of the road.
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