Cher is the comeback queen, and this album was the first in a series of three that Cher released in the late 1980's and early 1990's, marking yet another re-surgance in popularity. This album is a good indication of why. Cher also seems to be a chameleon, catering to the music of the times. During the time of the hair-bands, Cher inlisted the help of songwriters such as Dianne Warren, Michael Bolton, and Desmond Child, as well as producers Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora, Peter Asher, and Jon Lind to release this deeply emotional album of songs that are now classics. The highlights include the hits "We All Sleep Alone," "I Found Someone," and "Perfection," as well as the songs "Give Our Love A Fightin' Chance," and the heartbreaking "Hard Enough Gettin' Over You." Why the latter was never released to radio I will never understand. The song is well-writen and superbly delivered. This album is worth your money. There are a couple of exceptions on this album though. They are "Main Man" and "Working Girl," the songs just aren't that great and should never have been recorded. All in all though, a great effort from the ever-changing Cher.