Cher's last Long Play effort would be consider her most danceable to date. Every track on this album is upbeat, so if you're looking for ballads forget about it. The success of "Believe" directed this album to this music style. To start things up the leading US single "Song For The Lonely" is an anthem dedicated to the people of NYC or anyone who ever felt lonely, the lyrcis on this song are really strong, but, the strong resemblence to "Believe" make this song sound a little bit dated. The second single in the US "A Different Kind Of LOve Song" is another strong lyric song, with great definition, and more innovative beats than the first, one of the best tracks of the album. "Alive Again" tranceable, cheesy lyrics, but understandable, the second single overseas, not a great result. "The Music's Not Good Without You" this is the first single overseas, has an old feeling to it, dedicated secretly to Sonny, great deep lyrics, sad sounding, melancolic, great results, "Rain Rain", the more midtempo of the album, great feelin' put in this, "Real Love" the distortion of Cher's voice is overused here, not bad, but not great. "Love So High" filler, but it's listeneable, "Body To Body, Heart..." similar to Dove D LAmore, so you can tell, "Love One Another" cover of Amber's original song, this album do have strong message, and great beat, could easily be taken into your mind. "When The Money's Gone" well, last single release, great dance tune, but the message is a little anoying. In conclution, this album is danceable, will make you stomp your feet, but, don't expect, some songs to deliver the full Cher we are used too, although the songs here were not promoted well, this album is one of Cher most easy to listen to.