Though she was best known in the United States for her handful of appearances on the TV sitcom HAPPY DAYS as Leather Tuscadero (the rocker younger sister of Fonzie's girlfriend), Detroit's Suzi Quatro was a fairly big star in her adopted home of the U.K. all through the 1970s. This 1979 album was Quatro's last attempt to break into the U.S. market following the mild success of 1978's IF YOU KNEW SUZI. Its brash, guitar-heavy pop-rock sound (largely courtesy of Mike Chapman and Nicky Chinn) is reminiscent of Cheap Trick and the Runaways, and a far more accurate portrayal of Quatro's sound than the fluffy pop of its predecessor. But despite being arguably Quatro's best album, it still was not a U.S. chart success. It did have three U.K. chart hits, however: "She's In Love With You," "Mama's Boy," and "I've Never Been In Love."