This is how starts The Rolling Stone review back in 1984 :
"Brooklyn-bred Cyndi Lauper sounds like no other singer on the current scene. She may be the finest female junk-rock vocalist since the heyday of the great Maureen Gray, more than twenty years ago"
Yesterday I was answering a thread about the 80's and that made me look for my old Playlist and you know what that means. A tons of flashbacks and there she was (just one song but it was enough to bring this album back).
It was pretty different back in those days about the way we consumed music but a good song is always a good song and this album has its fair share, as alway I only could wish that you enjoy it as much as I do.....