The album got little airplay when released in 1973 mostly due to Warner Bros screwing up the handling of their marketing and not knowing what to do with them. It is said that Van Halen, (where Sammy ended up a little later in his career) considered Montrose a huge influence on their style of play. In fact they covered "Make It Last" from this album in their early concerts.
The most recognizable track on this album is "Bad Motor Scooter". This songs intro was a distorted electric slide guitar that closely resembles the sound of a revving motorcycle. I especially enjoy the song "Space Station #5" It starts ethereally and as you might think it sounds like you are in a space ship. Then after almost a minute, with a scream and wail, the guitar kicks ass and transports us into warp speed.
A great album that I would say belongs on the top 500 greatest albums. Listen for a bit and enjoy.