Releasing a catchy collection of pure pop was never going to appeal to a large percentage of Foxx's core audience. Unfortunately Foxx himself hasn't showered this record with praise in his retrospective view of his own work, which is a shame because I think the point of the record and the value of the material has been unfairly denigrated. It is true that some of the production and technology sounds very 80's but the standard of the songs are, on the whole, good. Stars on Fire, Enter the Angel and Morning Glory are great songs. The album also includes a couple of Foxx's best atmospheric ballads and is as close to a mainsream record that he was or is ever likely to produce (and that is not an insult). If you want a good example of pure 80's pop shot through with a touch of late new-romanticism then this is the record for you. If you want the hard edged synthesizers of 'Metamatic' then skip it.