Tiffany Darwisch became the youngest female artist to have an album reach Billboard's number one spot with this eponymous debut. Aside from the teen anthem "I Think We're Alone Now," the regretful piano ballad "Could've Been" (both of which went to number one), and the Top Ten single "I Saw Him Standing There," her approach is more country-pop than the dance-flavored music popular at the time. This works to Tiffany's advantage, as her voice, more mature than her years, doesn't relay the plastic sheen of most teen stars. There are weak points ("Feelings of Forever," "Promises Made"), but most of the material is enjoyable without being schlocky. "Kid on a Corner," "Should've Been Me," "Johnny's Got the Inside Moves," and "Danny" are all inoffensive, mid-tempo tunes that are more than just filler, but they aren't accomplished enough to hold up if this isn't your type of music. Though this is a fair debut for a young singer with a voice she'd grow into, her follow-up, Hold an Old Friend's Hand, is more consistently realized.
AllMusic Review by Bryan Buss