This album is great, and extremely entertaining. Mostly every song is a gem. Virtually every song on the album is credited to be written by Sheila E., yet when you hear the song "Strawberry Shortcake", it is obvious Prince composed that song, and it is not that hot either. But every other song is. Not only is "The Glamorous Life" a classic, but "The Belle of St. Mark" is not far behind. Sheila's voice is powerful in this song, and with Jill Jones being background vocalist, it's even better. An underrated song on this album is "Oliver's House." Yet, it is so funky, you can't resist listening to it. There are classic slow songs like "Noon Rendevous", which is perfect when you want to rest, and just relax. Another slow song is "Next Time Wipe The Lipstick Of Your Collar". The beat is so fresh, it sounds like the melody from a Disney film. As a bonus with buying the CD, after "The Glamorous Life", you get a club edit version of the same song which is entertaining to listen to as well. In 1984, the year Purple Rain came out, this was the best female artist Prince put together. And yes, Prince produced this album, as it says on the back cover, produced by Sheila E. and the Starr Company (A.K.A. Prince). Purchase this album, because it is fun, even for a party.