Recorded at Image Recording, Hollywood, California and Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California.
After taking a break from the recording/touring grind to let their breakthrough commercial success sink in, Night Ranger issued their third album, SEVEN WISHES, in 1985. While it didn't contain a massive single comparable to "Sister Christian" (off their previous album, MIDNIGHT MADNESS), it kept Night Ranger's string of platinum albums intact.
The best-known tracks remain the melodic popster "Sentimental Street," the self-explanatory "The Boy Loves to Rock," and an album closer that lies somewhere in between the two aforementioned tracks--"Goodbye." Although Night Ranger appeared to be cruising with success, the band would abruptly break up after only one more release, 1988's BIG LIFE.