The mid-70s were ripe with overtly sexual dance tracks. Of course they were tame compared to the dance cuts of today, but back in the 70s this was a revolution being waged through rhythm - a sexual revolution.
You could say this record picks up where Donna Summer's "Love To Love You Baby" left off just a couple of years before. Or maybe it's more accurate to say that Summer's record was a prelude to this much grittier, nasty funk-soaked soul jam. This is perhaps the lowdown dirtiest Holland-Dozier-Holland got. And in the afterglow their label folded. It was a glorious, orgasmic ending to a spectacular run creating some of the best soul and pop hits of the 60s and 70s.