One of the best Donna Summer albums in years – a set that has her reunited with the production team of Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte, who really seem to help her rediscover her strengths! The album's not any sort of easy retro-disco outing, but Moroder and Bellotte really get back to that driving, dramatic style that made Summer such a force in the early days – her way of really sending a tune over the top with her approach to the lyrics, especially the hooks – set here to some more contemporary instrumentation that shows that the trio weren't just a phenomenon of the disco generation. Titles include "Brooklyn", "I Believe In You", "True Love Survives
", "Melanie", "Leave Me Alone", "Highway Runner", "Romeo", "I Need Time", "End Of The Week", "I'm A Rainbow", "Back Where You Belong", and "To Turn The Stone". Comes in a nice book-style cover, with lots of notes too!