I Paralyze is a superb camp classic. The simple melodic lyrics and the order of the songs create a easy and fun listening experience. Each song has a listenable quality, which makes this album very marketable (if it had been marketed). The title track, one of Cher's favorite pre-Believe era songs, even had "re-make" writen all over it in Cher's mind. An Amazing blend of first rate singles, followed by a powerful ballad, cruise into a set of 4 amazing up beat tunes, and then the LP concludes with a country-style Dolly Parton-ish "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind," which proove Cher could be a first rate country girl...in case she couldnt make it in the real recording industry. The amazingly up-beat and happy "Back on the Street Again" is Cher's pre "All or Nothing" personal theme song and "The Book of Love" see's Cher yelling "stupid cupid!" like a little broken hearted girl. I truly Believe (pun intended) that this "short but sweet" style cd is a non-dancy 80's style of Believe. The LP is short, but every song is great. There are no over powering bass beats, no long drawn out repetative songs, and no (lets face it) bad songs. Brilliant! Absolutely Brilliant!