By late 1984, most synth-pop acts attempted to redefine themselves rather than be trapped by the genre's limited scope. Naked Eyes, however, didn't give up the fight, instead opting to recreate the formula of their debut. The results were predictably less interesting the first outing, but Fuel for Fire did manage to recapture the magic at least once with "(What) In the Name of Love." All but two tracks were compiled on Promises, Promises: The Very Best of Naked Eyes.
AllMusic Review by Chris Woodstra