Yeah. Take What You Need (1988) - Atlantic 1. Tear It Up 2. Take What You Need [From Me] 3. Love Attack 4. I Want You Home 5. Shattered 6. Over You 7. Careless 8. Second Time 9. Love Won't Wait Forever This album sounds like "Passion" part II, as it was recorded with the same personnel and studio. But, he was picked up by a major label this time around. I start to lose my enthusiasm for Trower at this point. The music is typical late-80s pop fare, and doesn't showcase Trower's guitar playing (what is that, anyway?). However, there are some good tunes on here that are my favorites, despite their very dated sound. "Love Attack", "Shattered", "Over You", and "Careless" all made it to my custom Tobin Trower 3-CD-R comp. The singer is as soulless as they come, but, like the last effort, fits the sound of the day. Remember, Trower was kind of hell-bent on having a hit single. Maybe that would have helped if someone would have actually picked better songs for it. Anyway, discuss! BTW, this is the last RT album I have other than later concert albums. There is one more studio album after this that I don't have. I've heard it, but I really do not like it at all. Lovingthesound, if you'd like to take over the reins after this one, be my guest! I didn;t draw this thread out this long on purpose, I just have a lot of things going on, and I still manage to post here too!