This maybe The Party's last album,but it's still a great one. I remember when I found out that The Party was disbanding,I was in a gasp. I ran from the book store from the magazine where I was reading the article about The Party and raced over to the record store and there it was. I purchased it took it home and listened to it and Boy,I was surprised by the sound of it. It had no rap songs,but it had a more earthy Urban/Adult Contemporary sound to it. It had three of the songs that were suppose to be on their 3rd album "Free",but never made it. 01.Movin' On-Chasen Hampton kicks off the album with rockin' tune that he penned about moving to the next level of his life and not looking back.02.Sorry-Tiffini Hale pens and performs this sensual and sexual song where she teases a guy about wanting to get her. Very strange,but sexually charged. 03.Yellow Butterfly-Penned and performed by DeeDee Magno and produced by The Soulsonics,the song explains that whatever worries you have,you can leave them behind and be yourself.04.Goin' Down-This song has a huge "Lenny Kravitz" feel to it. This also marked the beginning of the "Jeune" era for Albert Fields,who wrote and produced this song. 05.I Only Want You-A very poppy tune written and performed by DeeDee and Tiffini and produced by Howie Tee (who produced Color Me Badd).06.Let's Hold On To What We Got-DeeDee teams up with an unknown group called Remedy on this ballad. The song sounds a lot like In My Life (from Free) Pt. 2.07.Hot Fun In The Summertime-A Sly and the Family Stone remake. I didn't know this was a remake until 5 yrs. later when I heard it on an oldies radio station.08.Forgive Me Girl-A beautiful song penned (once again) by Albert is about a guy fessing up to what he has done to the woman he loves and admitting that he was wrong about everything.09.You Dropped A Bomb On Me-Another remake on this album,this time of The Gap Band classic. This is also the only song on this album that features the voice of Damon Pampolina (he left the group before they disbanded) on the chorus,while Albert and Chase sing every verse on here.10.Sad Memory-Chase sings and plays guitar on this song talking about a girl who just walks out a guy's life without an explanation or nothing.11.I Wish You Peace-DeeDee ends the album reminding everyone that they should come together as one. This album truly marks the end of an incredible group who took no limits and set the standards for future Mouseketeers to come.