I LOVE this album for nostalgic reasons, so this may be biased... If you're a fan of the unmistakable 'Stock Aitken & Waterman' pop sound that you also hear in Rick Astley and Jason Donovan's old songs, then you're in for a treat. It's great for singing along to in the car or listening to when you're getting ready for a night out. Most of the songs are about Kylie being kept waiting about or being dumped by some horrible guy, but for some reason it's still a really happy sounding album!
It has the usual songs that most people already know: "I Should Be So Lucky", "The Locomotion", "Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi" and "Got To Be Certain", which of course are all really good.
"Turn It Into Love" (recently covered by Same Difference) is one of my favourite vintage Kylie songs and I really like the music in "I'll Still Be Loving You". "Love at First Sight" is a cheery, catchy number and "It's No Secret" is a combo of a nice tune and heartbroken lyrics.
I wouldn't skip past any of the songs, but the weakest are probably "I Miss You" and "Look My Way" because there isn't as much to them musically or lyrically as the other songs. That's just my opinion though.
My only criticism of the album as a whole is that it doesn't last long enough for my liking; 10 songs and all of them are only 3-4 mins long. I still think it's worth the money though because it makes me smile!