The album was released in November 1988 on the Stylus record label - which had licenced the tracks from Bucks Fizz's record companies, RCA and Polydor. At the time, the group had just released the single, "Heart of Stone" - which became their 20th and final hit and was the only new song featured on this collection.
Other tracks were the bulk of the group's hit singles and two album tracks. One notable omission however was "When We Were Young" - one of the group's biggest hits. This was most likely because lead singer of the track, Jay Aston was no longer with the band. Another single, "You Love Love" from this album was released in 1989, but this was an old song from 1983 album, Hand Cut. The album failed to chart despite TV advertising and was the last album Bucks Fizz released featuring this line-up. The album was reviewed in Number one magazine, where it gained a favourable response, saying that Bucks Fizz made unashamedly good music and listing tracks "The Land of Make Believe", "If You Can't Stand the Heat" and "Talking in Your Sleep" as favourites. The same magazine had also claimed current single "Heart of Stone" to be a contender for the Christmas Number One, although this proved to be way out in terms of time (October) and actual peak position (No.50).