In the early 1980's, when the Bee Gees were writing and producing for the likes of Barbara Streisand, Kenny Rogers, Diana Ross and Dionne Warwick, they were also putting out solo albums. This short collection is techno-pop at its most urgent. Maurice Gibb backs brother Robin with nearly every instrument played on synthesized keyboards, save a few guitar licks. Its simple, deliberate and ultimately, `Gibb-catchy'. The album received little fanfare, but the single, "Boys Do Fall In Love" was a huge dance hit, extracting an extended version. The other single released (also extended) was the title track, which is an awkward, stumbling exercise in pop excess. It's just silly. However, some of the experimental work done on these tracks show that the Gibb twins were not only amazing pop song writers, but had mastered the technical aspects of modern music. The unnoticed and rare follow-up, "Walls Have Eyes" is a brilliant extension of this album.