This seventy-five minute collection includes many of her best songs from the 1980s. Using different producers - Dan Hartman, Terry Britten, Heaven 17, & Rupert Hine among them - produced refreshingly different styles.
But the CD almost completely ignores her first golden period. Admittedly there is the Phil Spector-produced `River Deep-Mountain High', but the sound quality is not brilliant, despite it supposedly being remastered. (The sound quality of the rest of the CD is excellent.) But there are none of the Ike & Tina Turner songs from the 1960s nor any of her covers of songs written by members of the Rolling Stones, the Who, or Led Zeppelin. And, alas, we only get the 1990s dull version of `Nutbush City Limits'.
The final tracks on this set are - or, rather, were - new on its release. Unfortunately, they are disappointing compared to the big hits that went before, and so the album ends making a mockery of the CD's title.
The live version of `Addicted to Love' is excellent, but the duet `It Takes Two' with Rod Stewart is bland and overproduced.
Overall, then, a decent set highlighting Turner's dramatic and singing abilities; (in another age she would have made an excellent opera singer.)