Camouflage is not one of Rod Stewart's better recordings. He strays far away from his rock n roll roots and mines the disco beats and synthesizers to the hill. The result is an annoying recording with much more bad than good.
However, there are two strong singles on this CD. Some Guys Have All The Luck has some catchy hooks as well as some interesting lyrics and synthesizer/saxaphone touches. It is easily the highlight of this recording. The lead off track Infatuation, is pretty charming as well. I like the way the guitars fit in with the rest of the song.
However, the remaining six songs just do not do anything special for me. Allright Now is too laden with synthesizers and tricky beats. Rod should have done this as a straight out rocker. As a matter of fact the problem with this recording is Rod got too complex with the tricky synthesized beats. Nearly every tune relies on too much special effects. In other words, too much cheesey style and not enough substance. Trouble is a decent ballad but it maybe wins the award as best tune of the remaining six tracks.
Truthfully Amazon readers you are best served going with a more rock n roll best Rod Stewart recording than Camouflogue.