"Modern Love" is a song I remember from back when it came out out. Not having heard it in many years, I was surprised that the words and beat came back to me so easily. It has an awesome beat and great lyrics.
"China Girl" has a fast tempo but it is coupled with slower lyrics. It makes for a great song. This is another song I remember from years ago.
The title track "Let's Dance" is a fabulous song. It is almost eight minutes of pure joy to listen to. I like the instruments throughout the song. It is a song I can visualize dancing to quite easily.
"Without You" is a song I was not familiar with, but I like it. The vocal style is different from the previous songs, so it makes for a nice change. I like the drums throughout the song.
"Ricochet" has a harder edge to it than the other songs. It just goes to show David Bowie's capabilities. The stereo effect is more prevalent in "Ricochet" than the other songs.
"Criminal World" has a simple musical style to it. It is quite catchy. Once again we get a different style of Bowie within one CD.
"Cat People (Putting Out Fire)" has a good beat to it. The mix of instruments proves to make an interesting song.
"Shake it" has different style yet again. It's an intriguing song. It's a simple musical style, yet quite interesting.
It's amazing how David Bowie can pull together so many different styles within one album. And that is what makes this album good. He doesn't allow you to get complacent with just one style. Bowie pulls together several styles to make an album worthy of dancing to in "Let's Dance." I highly recommend this CD.