The title track of this album was a huge hit on both sides of the Atlantic and deservedly so, a well-crafted track with a cheeky lyric. The remainder of the album, however, palls quickly. It's a pleasing listen the first time around, but this is no 'Fly Like An Eagle'. There are catchy melodies in abundance, but, typical for the 1980s, the production has a rather vapid sheen. Rock 1970s-style was clinging on by this time, but Miller would have been better sticking to it as that was where his strength lay. There are several tracks which catch the ear the first time around, 'Give It Up' with its lush harmonies and 'Goodbye Heart' which has a rousing country rock tinge being two examples, but it's all a bit shallow. I guess this is what critics mean by 'disposable pop'.