Seven years without an album, Dash unsuccessfully attempted to revitalize her solo career with this humdrum set of light R&B fodder. It seems something goes awry in every turn made -- from vocals to songwriting to production. Dash sounds unconvincing and relatively uninspired on tired tunes like the heavily produced "I Believed You," the generic "Mystery," and "Feel Good," a quasi-funk concoction. A cover of Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell's "You're All I Need to Get By" is notable, but, unfortunately, Dash's performance quickly becomes overpowered by the presence of former cohort Patti LaBelle on co-lead vocal. Fans interested in Dash's post-LaBelle output are far better off to seek out her late-'70s and early-'80s recordings on Kirshner.
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AllMusic Review by Justin Kantor
feat: Patti LaBelle