Although Michael Jackson had long since moved on to Epic, Motown got a quick cash boost in the early '80s by issuing some tracks cut in 1975. The title song even came close to making the R&B Top 40 and reached the middle of the pop charts. Jackson was so hot at that point that anything with his name on it would sell something. But it's hardly first-class material, and it truly paled beside the material that Quincy Jones was producing at that point.
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AllMusic Review by Ron Wynn