Me and my friend Tomas listened very much to Autograph when we grew up. Tomas loved Autograph. I also thought they were good but not as brilliant as he thought. I did not like the band when they became too much rock 'n' roll and they lost focus on the AOR. But in its best moments, I think they were a brilliant band. And when Rock Candy released their second disc on CD(yes I know - it is long since the release from them - (Rock Candy released it back in 2006) - but I wanted to write about it anyway) I have the same feeling. This disc is a bit too fragmented to catch my interest fully. Sure, I love the song "She Never Look That Good To Me", "More Than A Million Times", "Everytime I Dream" and a few others. But in between these songs there are also very uninteresting songs. Their debut album, the Neil Kernon-produced "Sign In Please" share the same problem, but if you pick up the best of these two discs you get a brilliant hour of music, for when Autograph was good they were an AOR band of world-class.