“Superlover” is fantastic; musically this song falls stylistically between Marvin Gaye's “Let's Get It On” and the Commodores' “Easy”. Though it may fall in-between it still very much hits the mark and I consider it a really great song. The third Kravitz effort is the horn-drenched, hi-hat riding 70s groove, “System”. This is an amazing track and the bluesy guitar a la Johnny Guitar Watson style is just perfect for this song. Gamble & Huff deliver the rock-guitar “The Truth Shall Set You Free” and “How Long” and the guitar is almost Led Zeppelin in places! I happen to like this, but if you are expecting sweet string-filled lush Philly soul then forget it. Kenny Gamble comes close on “Without You In My Life” using some haunting vocal harmonies, and the piano-led song also features horns orchestrated by fellow legend, Dexter Wansel. My trump Gamble & Huff moment is the chugging and sturdy “Tears For The World”; more traditional is this but I get the feeling that the guys have started losing their own unique style which is a pity. As a whole, it's a welcome release and contains more than enough surprises to warrant a purchase.