This was Kingdom Come's second disc. This disc is more of the same, often called "Kingdom Clone" because they sounded so much like Led Zeppelin. The material is in a straight-ahead hard rock musical direction. Lenny Wolf does a gratifying and industrious job with the vocals.
"Twilight Cruiser" is a very melodic, somewhat melancholy album. The Zeppelin-esque sound is still there, but it's tempered by a much more emotional and personal approach. …
Lenny Wolf strikes another blow - 'Bad Image' is the fourth studio album by Kingdom Come. This is more of a solo album from Lenny where he has done most of the work by himself with a little help from various unknown musicians.
… A new chapter in Lenny Wolf's Kingdom Come was just beginning. The split meant taking everything into his own hands - and he took it on with his usual enthusiasm. After a short period of guidance and help from Stephan Galfas, Lenny was introduced to Nigel Thomas, who then took over the band's management. Lenny began writing all of the material for what was to become Kingdom Come's third album "Hands of Time", and took over full production responsibilities for the first time. … If you have the former two Kingdom Come albums, at first this album may disappoint you a little. But in fact this one is in a different category and the songs are quite strong actually.