formally celebrated their 40th anniversary with this nice 10-cut session, juggling overproduced urban contemporary and New Jack selections with classic, close harmony numbers that spotlighted Marvin Junior
's still-impressive, swaggering baritone and Johnny Carter
's always-mellow falsetto. The contemporary material wasn't horrible; even the rap insert on "Baby Don't Go Away Mad" wasn't overbearing, while the arrangements on the title track were acceptable. But it was the ballads that signaled that these were still The Dells
; "Somebody's Gotta Move," "Oh My Love," and "Closer To You" had the familiar ingredients -- steamy, inviting or even despairing lyrics.