11 Songs, 49 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
28 Ratings

28 Ratings

Adam A Anderson ,

Impressive is a good word!!!

I've been a fan since day one. The voice is still as distinct as ever. The songs are well crafted and Tiffany’s voice soars above it all very well. This is the follow up to the "Colour Of Silence" (One of the best Pop/Rock album of that year.) The album as a whole is very good and an unexpected follow up to it's predecessor. If more people knew about both albums Tiffany could very well be the next comeback kid.

bluchest2 ,

high energy dancefloor comeback!

Tiffany returns with an all out non-stop dance marathon celebration. Carried by her strong assured vocal, that she more than proved with her critically aclaimed 2000 album, "The Color of Silence," this album will be stuck in your head, as well as your music player for weeks, perhaps months to come. From the power house opener, "be with u tonite," currently climbing high in the top 20 on the national dance charts, to the closing notes of the tougher than leather "artificial girlfriend," Tiffany rocks, shocks, and lifts you up! Don't down play this talent, you'd be surprised. I promise. Stand out tracks are, "Be With U Tonite," "Fly," and "Everyone Get Down."

Bomitoni ,

Dance all night baby

I have been a Tiffany fan since I was 10 years old...18 years now! Love this woman, love her voice. For years I've dreamt for her to record a dance album, and now it's finally here! She proves once again that she can sing ANY GENRE she tackles. This isn't her first fortay into electronica, her cover of NEW YEARS DAY w/ FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY still gives me chills, and she's done the dance genre justice. Now the music does sound rather dated, but I think that's it's charm. Kudos to Tiffany for creating a fun and energenic album. Great tracks, especially RIDE IT! I could listen to that track over and over! Other standouts are BE WITH YOU TONIGHT, I LOVE HOW YOU FEEL and SACRAFICE. Another fine release from the most under-rated singer to emerge from the 80s.

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