This CD contains four hit singles, although the only one to chart in the USA was "Paying The Price Of Love", a fair, but unsuccessful attempt at 'hip-hop'. No matter. The rest of the album is wonderful. "Kiss Of Life" has an upbeat tempo with a killer chorus, while "How To Fall In Love, Part I" contains some of Barry's most soulful singing. Robin matches this soulfulness with his own on "Heart Like Mine". "Blue Island", a beautifully harmonized ballad dedicated to the children of Bosnia, has an amazing harmonica solo; unusual for the Gibbs. The remaining songs are all high tempo, especially "Above And Beyond" and "Fallen Angel", the latter being one of the Gibbs most danceable songs to date. The big sleeper here is, "For Whom The Bell Tolls", a romantic power ballad that should have been a big hit.
If you buy the IMPORT, you'll receive "Decadance", a high-tech remix of "You Should Be Dancing". It's worth the search. If you are very lucky, you may be one of the few to find a 'hidden track' - another version of "Decadance" not listed on the cover notes!