The album cover & title says it all about Benatar's debut effort in 1979 - "Where Does Time Go". It unleashes to the world a rock vixen with a voice as powerful as a hurricane who can sing about anything and make it sound cool. This is not an entirely savage rock effort but an album which borderlines on rock & pop, therefore making it quite accessible as opposed to say "Wide Awake In Dreamland" or "Get Nervous", which are more rocky. It contains the husky hits "Heartbreaker" (naff lyrics, but a powerful performance) & a euphoric version of "We Live For Love". There are quite a few cover versions here, but they are infinitely better than the originals, particularly "If You Think You Kow How To Love Me", which Pat makes her own. One of the standout tracks along with the soaring operatic ballad "Don't Let It Show". The title tracks is sultry & paces itself along while anabling Pat to smoulder her listeners ears with her sexy & enticing vocals. Charming stuff. Add onto this a few cringeworthy but listenable songs, such as "Rated X", a song about a porn star which is as camp & catchy as Pat gets & an ambitious rendition of "No You Don't" - Pat's vocals are quite something else here on the 3 part harmonies. Isn't it amazing how albums which are as old as your Grandmother still have an impact on your over & above more modern contributions to music? Let us not forget that this 4-time Grammy Winning artiste was only in the Primary Slopes of her career & what this album forbodes is amply clear. Go, check it out.