This album continues with the mowtown sounding songs started with Leather Jackets. But every song on this album is dedicated to that sound. It starts with what is best described as Reggae, "Durban Deep", which isn't a great song, it sounds too repetitive but it's okay, then there is great gospel in "Healing Hands" and a beautiful ballad that I've heard on the radio a lot "Whisper" what a great song. Then of course, Club at the end of the street, a great uptempo, romantic pop tune with that motown feel. Then I am not all that fond of the title track, I don't think it is good but it still has a good sound. At first I didn't like Stone's throw from hurtin but it rocks, Elton sounds just like Gene Vincent and I guess if you can ignore the painful lyric it's fun to listen to. Sacrifice is also another beautiful ballad that you would have heard on the radio. I never knew her name is by far the shortest song at 3:31, the second shortest is 4:21. But it's a great song. The lyrics are a bit like "Kiss the bride" Follow that with Amazes me, a slow gospel number and then Blue Avenue, a slow fusion of gospel and folk. Buy it if you don't already have it.