With the eighties bringing about synth rock and pop it was inevitable that the masters of the voice (Stevie, Luther, Aretha) would give in and follow suit. Whilst it didn't work for Stevie Wonder's 'Characters' and 'In Square Circle' it gave Aretha a chance to give "pop" a thoroughly good whack! Highlights include the summer-tinted 'Freeway of love' and the title track 'Who's Zoomin' Who?' (possibly one of Aretha's best songs in the past twenty odd years), with 'Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves' being the biggest and most recognised hit on this nine track selection. Elsewhere we have the Jamaican style 'Ain't Nobody Ever Loved You', which shows Aretha's joyous side. 'Until You Say You Love Me' is one of the slower tracks on the album yet still maintains the pace of the album; this is probably the least eighties-sounding track on the album. 'Push' is a personal favourite of mine. Not only is it a duet with the little known Peter Wolf but it also features Carlos Santana on guitar of course! Altogether the album hits the right notes throughout and any songs that lack originality or a catchy chorus are made listenable by the Queen of Soul's unmatched vocal abilities! Relive the eighties in style!