What happens when a couple of prog-rock veteran guitarists get together and make a straight-ahead rock album? Well, that's what Steve Howe of Yes and Steve Hackett of Genesis did when they got together and formed GTR.
The project was short-lived, but yielded one pretty good album. Also featuring Jonathan Mover from Marillion on drums and Max Bacon on vocals, it was quite the superproject. This was their debut single and went to #14 in 1986. The band fell apart when their studio sound - sans keyboards (because Steve Howe was sick of that sound from his time in Asia) - didn't work live.
But let's go back to this song. It's a standard 80's rock song - less prog, more straightahead - but that doesn't make it bad. It's a good song. Co-written by Hackett and Howe, and produced by another Yes/Asia alum, Geoff Downes, it's a song that sounds dated and yet still present.