Allmusic's retrospective review judged the album's biggest flaw to be that the band was still presenting themselves as Wall of Voodoo, even without the distinctive presences of Joe Nanini and Stan Ridgway. They cited "Business of Love" and "Big City" as examples of failed attempts to imitate the original band, while declaring "Far Side of Crazy," "Room With a View," "Dark as a Dungeon," and "(Don't Spill My) Courage" to all be exceptional tracks which sounded little like the Nanini/Ridgway lineup.
"(Don't Spill My) Courage" (C.T. Gray, M. Moreland) - 4:15
The original LP sleeve contains three errors: "This Business of Love" is listed as "Business of Love", "Dark as a Dungeon" is listed as "Dark as the Dungeon", and "Faded Love" is not listed at all. The correct track listing appears on the LP's label, CD and Cassette although the "Dark as a Dungeon" error can appear on some MP3 listings.