"20-bit digital mastering from the original master tapes: 1999" Upon seeing this, I assumed this was a PCM-DSD recording based on the 1999 date. But all the copyright dates are listed, 1999 is the youngest date listed. Was this SACD released in 1999? Anyway, features the following Lost in Love All out of Love Chances Every Woman in the World The one that you love Here I am (Just when you thought I was over you) Sweet Dreams I want to give it all Even the nights are better Now and Forever Young Love Two less lonely people in the world Taking the Chance Come what may Making Love out of nothing at all I can wait forever Just as I am Lost in Love (Original Australian Version)[/list=1] This is one loaded SACD/CD! I definitely got my moneys worth ($34 on eBay). I'm no reviewer, but all I'll say is this SACD sounds wonderful. Everything from the instruments to the voices are crystal clear. The previous CD release of their music (not the definitive collection) sounded muffled. But listening to this remaster, I feel like I'm sitting in the recording studio with Air Supply. The guitar strings in "All out of Love" are crystal clear, and don't sound digital or harsh in anyway, but smooth and clean. The piano on "The One that You love" gives the sensation of a private session with Air Supply. Their voices sound as fresh as ever, and even the Australian cut of "Lost in Love" sounds fantastic. I think I found a new favorite as well as demo material. I'm sure this isn't "cool" because it's so AM radio, but it is a release I'm glad was issued. I listened on two different systems (just to check). My theater with Atlantic Technology System 450 speakers, Pioneer DV47, Lexicon MC-12 balanced, direct analog pass through; and on Sony DVP-NS500V (no bass management), Sony ES receiver with multi-channel pass through; Blueroom Minipod speakers.