Strangely, this must be the best album made by the the Air Supply singers/songwriter. It takes a lot of meditation to merge the gritty world of today, with the popish beauty of 1980. On this record, every song is desirable. The songwriter continues to message his truth that giving love is all. Only one song has a vocal track slightly nearing flat - but let's not forget, vocals beneath the wings of some other singers could sound as good (yet bette on worse.) Russell Hitchcock's vocals have an extraordinarily pleasant raspy quality to them here, that are either miked perfectly, or mixed well, and rarely heard like this. The Kurzweil piano on "once" could use a little reverb. Very nice to hear from Rex Goh again.