Isaac Hayes seldom delivers less than a competent product, but he almost ended that streak with this late '80s effort for Columbia. It was one of his most inspired albums ever from a content standpoint, and while the production and arrangements got major label resources, they fell far short of past Hayes heights. Most fans were sorely disappointed, for there were high hopes when the news originally broke that Hayes had signed with the label.
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AllMusic Review by Ron Wynn