The track selection is exceptional with songs from UK pop stars Steps (Tragedy) and Liberty X (Just a Little) and cover songs from europop producers Flip & Fill ( I Wanna Dance With Somebody), Almighty (Belle Lawrence - I Think We're Alone Now) and Sleazesisters (You're the Best Thing). Male singers even take the spotlight on three of the songs- most noticably Happy Charles (probably the only American on the CD) who hits the mark with a very appropriate reworking of the 60's peace anthem "Put a Little Love in Your Heart." Though, if I could vote one song off the island, Kate Project's "Time After Time" would be excised for the horribly accented vocals.
Normally I would be wary of so many cover versions (more than half of the CD), but for a Pride CD it makes sense to use songs that we can all sing along to. Isn't Pride about coming together and celebrating our lives?