Interesting indeed! I don't find many of the songs to grab me and drive me crazy, but then there are soem excellent numbers that I really like. My favourite songs, thus, are: 'Ain't nothing like the real thing' with Marcella Detroit. Okay she makes K.D. Lang look like Marylin Monroe by comparison, but the song has a great groove. It's quite an experimental track in that it's unusual. It has wonderful melody, guitar and harmonica, both played by Detroit. Old Friend is a typical glam rocker from the 90's but hey Kershaw wrote a great melody and a cool lyric 'I don't suffer fools but he must be one for being by my side' Oh dear! Someone's got bad self-esteem. Very recommended song. Then there's True Love with Kiki Dee, a wonderful ballad, and Go on and on, a great urban hymn of the 90's, sung by Elton and Gladys Knight. I love that combo! Also excellent is the version of Love Letters with Bonnie Raitt. A womans needs is beautiful, definitely an unusual lyric from Taupin, a renowned misogenist [but is he really?], while I am your puppet is pleasant. The other highlight is Duets for one. The rest don't really make an impact on me, but they're good enough, though I don't like Born To Lose, Don't let the sun... and maybe when I think about love.