Of course the cold fact is Frequency didn't house a number one smash like "Hot Child in the City," but Gilder's third solo gem remains an exquisite piece of work dropped by a pop maestro living on a separate nitrous oxide plane of perfection. Helium vocals intact, the minstrel gigolo debates the future ("Into the 80's"), sex in the future ("Electric Love"), and just plain sex ("Worlds Collide"). Frequency deserved to brighten radio dials well into the 80's and beyond. If by chance the discerning among you come across this pleasure unit, do yourself a favor and pick up a lost treasure thatıll drive you wild, wild, wild!
-STONE, Cheap Trash NYC