In the late 1970s, Liquid Blue's disco hit, "Ain't That What You Want", was played in every club from the west coast to the east coast as well as the big dance clubs all over Europe. Because of the popularity of "Ain't That What You Want" on the dance floor, many people thought of Liquid Blue as only a disco band. But they were so much more. They could also rock and roll the house out and could meld disco with blue eyed soul. Many of their fans saw them the new Hall & Oates because they blended soul, rock and disco together. Check out "Girl of A Million Dreams", "Abuse Me" and "Radio" for examples of the breadth of material from Liquid Blue. The Liquid Blue experience has never been as thoroughly chronicled as it is here, on Liquid Gold.