Eight years after her debut album Dreams, Ann Lee is back with another collection of dance tunes. Overall the feel is similar to Bananarama's Drama--upbeat and groovy yet clean and dancey. Very artistic digipack packaging and a sharp print-to-center disk label.
"Just an Hour" and "Moonlight Dancing" are my top two favorites. The first leads off with some string stabs before cranking up with bass and kick--a dark cut with a good melody. The latter is another hooky track with fresh synth work, a groovin' bassline and closes with Ann in falsetto.
Opener "Catches Your Love" is a bit faster song with plenty of vocal delay and a bit of clean electric guitar. Well placed "Every Single Day" is one of two ballads here. While not a strong lyric, it's a love song with some nice string work and a bit of acoustic guitar in the bridge.
Looks like this is an import for you US fans, at least for now. Hardcore Ann fans and fans of Abigail and Bananarama should pick this up.