Once more, Motown pulled a marketing ploy with Michael Jackson material they had in the vault. This time, they remixed it and convinced some people it was a new track. It's a testament to Jackson's appeal at the time that the song actually cracked both the R&B and Pop Top 40, although it didn't get out of the high thirties on either side. This was another incident in Motown's long history that does not rank as one of their better moments.
AllMusic Review by Ron Wynn