One of the songs, "Glorious Age" (traditional Chinese: 光輝歲月), is about racism and the struggle of Nelson Mandela in South Africa. The song was more serious in tone than the love songs that were dominating the Hong Kong music scene. Wong Ka Kui won the best lyrics award in the Hong Kong Grammy-equivalent award ceremony. The song's guitar solo went on to be one of the most recognizable electric guitar riffs in Hong Kong rock music.