This album definitely seems to be one of Kylie's most 'Marmite' amongst the fans, especially here on PJ. Personally, I love it. Might even be my favourite Kylie album. I believe it was the first album of hers I purchased, actually. However, as an album, it is very patchy, and there is a lot of filler. But I think the whole era - imagery, videos, the 'Money Can't Buy' one off show, is what makes it for me. Kylie's yet to top the sexiness of that whole Bridget Bardot/French/Urban/Chic look she had going on. Red Blooded Woman and Chocolate are two of my all time favourite Kylie videos, and those, along with Slow, are some of my top favourite singles of hers as well. And the general 'feel' of the album; that mixture of R'n'B/Pop/Funk/80s/90s sounds worked really well and matched the imagery brilliantly, in my opinion. Now, as I mentioned, I do find the album very patchy. I think a lot of the songs that were recorded and/or left off the album, used as bonus tracks or B-Sides, would have made it a near perfect album for me. But then I'm not sure if some of the overall 'vibe' of the album would be lost if these tracks were included. The tracks I refer to are: - SloMotion (Japanese bonus track) - Cruise Control (B-Side/US bonus track) - Boombox (unused) - I'm Just Here For The Music (unused) - My Image Unlimited (unused) - Hypnotic, Curious & Roll Over (unused; given to Holly Valance for State of Mind album) I would remove Promises, Sweet Music, Someday, I Feel For You, Someday and After Dark from the album and pop those in and I would love it so much more. Well, musically, at least. As I said, the whole vibe of the era makes up for the filler on the album, for me, and I include all those non-album songs as part of the era. Something like this: 1 - Slow 2 - Curious 3 - Still Standing 4 - Boombox 5 - Secret (Take You Home) 6 - I'm Just Here For The Music 7 - Roll Over 8 - Red Blooded Woman 9 - Cruise Control 10 - My Image Unlimited 12 - Hypnotic 13 - Chocolate 14 - SloMotion 15 - Loving Days Maybe even slap on Trippin' Me Up (another unused song) and/or City Games (a B-Side) as bonus tracks. I know it seems a bit silly saying I love the album so much when I would remove so much of it in lieu of unused material, but there's just something about the whole Body Language campaign that I love.