It's been more than 30 years since Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock began writing and performing together, hitting an impressive run of hit singles in the early '80s. Can you deny the epic bombast of "Making Love Out of Nothing At All" or the tear-stained pathos of "All Out of Love"? But that was 20 years ago, and the band has done little to regain their former glory. Air Supply may be stuck on the casino lounge circuit, but maybe that's where they're needed most, healing the lost and broken. Imagine yourself, strung out on whisky sours and roulette, wishing you were anywhere but the lonely bar at Harrah's Casino. Savior-like, Air Supply sings to you over the loudspeakers, sinking directly into the cleft of your broken heart: "I'm all out of love, I'm so lost without you / I know you were right to say that I was so wrong." It may just save your life.