This is an amazing album - I mean just the 1 disc original release, although the 2 disc re-release is no doubt the thing to get - with Jimmy Somerville in superb voice. His sound takes you somewhere no other singer does - for me it goes back to his Bronski Beat hits which had a tremendous impact on my teenage self, and which I thought were the voice of gay desire itself. No one else was standing up for gay love in pop at that time, and he has continued to be a brilliant advocate and political in the best sense. The cover versions on this album, Hurts So Good and Someday We'll Be Together - are two of the most joyous, while the singing on Heartbeat is classic Jimmy, with the expressive vibrato used to beautiful effect, and sudden soaring into the stratosphere in repeats of the chorus. For me the best two tracks are probably Dare To Love and A Dream Gone Wrong - these are the two that have the most pathos, which is what he captures so incomparably, although the range of feelings he can access is amazing. I love the cover and liner photos too - Jimmy looks so ecstatic on that beach, and his midriff is very alluring where his trousers scoop down into the shadow ... it matches the music perfectly.