‘TOO HOT to Sleep’ was the last Survivor album to be issued during their eighties heyday. It was a record that took the band back to basics with an urgency fuelled by punchy hi-end production values and razor sharp guitar riffs. It was also an album comprised of instantly catchy tunes, big hooks and vocals, courtesy of Jimi Jamison, to die for. Produced to impressive effect by Frank Filipetti (John Waite, Foreigner etc), Survivors three core members of Jamison, Jim Peterik, Frankie Sullivan recorded the album primarily in New York City, utilising a new rhythm section that included well known drummer Mickey Curry from the Bryan Adams band. The results were spectacular; big, bold and dynamic, with the emphasis on harder rock, yet still retaining their trademark melodic AOR sheen.
24-bit remastering from original source tapes, 4, 000 word essay about the making of the album, interview with band leader Jim Peterik and additional photos spread out over a 16 page full colour booklet.