Useless . . . Perfect, But Too Terrible - Candy Lo Hau-yam Vocalist Candy Lo (pictured) takes a solo journey that is bound to consolidate her standing as a bona fide of local pop blues. Her debut set delivers easy listening music radio stations will find easy to play. Highlights of a solid album include the sultry, bluesy Narcissi Theatre, the punk-influenced 800 Companions, and the jazzy blue Depressed. The Best '80s Party Album . . . Ever! - Various Artists Disco fans will love Avex's latest compilation of 18 party hits. All are '70s and '80s British classics, including A-ha's Take On Me, Alphaville's Forever Young, Spagna's Call Me, Erasure's A Little Respect, Kon Kan's I Beg Your Pardon, Yazoo's Don't Go, Dead Or Alive's You Spin Me Around, and Starship's We Built This City. Shunza - Shunza Promising new mainland star Shunza makes the transformation from a purveyor of jazz and R & B to a singer, writer and performer of merit. Led by the seductive Come Home, the album seethes with energy that defies categorisation. The product of an artist who has absorbed a multitude of influences and made them her own, Shunza touches on pop, R & B, dance, and jazz. The set includes the scratchy Nights Alone Cryin', the funky Can't Get Enough, and the grand arrangement of Where Did We Go Wrong? No Thing - Anita Yuen Wing-yee Actress Anita Yuen turns a page in her career with her debut album which melds rock, folk and dance with heartfelt, intelligent lyrics. Standouts include hi-energy title track, the lovely On My Way and Softly Share. Brassic Beats Volume Two - Various Artists Some of the genre's heaviest hitters bring their talents to this dance compilation. Fatboy Slim's Michael Jackson, Bentley Rhythm Ace's Whoosh, Blackfeet's Dubcat, Bassbin Twins' 2 Turntables And A Crate Of Skint and Midfield General's Stigs In Love will move the dance-floor regulars.