Loose Ends was still in peak form on the late-'80s Zagora. "Slow Down" was an R&B chart topper and huge club smash, and they had two other songs become moderate hits. Loose Ends had found the right mix of teasing vocals, clever lyrical hooks, tight production, and good arrangements that weren't relentless in their backbeats, yet were also groove-oriented enough for dancers.
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AllMusic Review by Ron Wynn