"Riskin' It All" is the 4th full-length studio album by Danish hard rock act D:A:D, D-A-D (then D.A.D.). The album was released in October 1991 by Medley Records. "Riskin' It All" was meant to be D-A-D´s big breakthrough in America ( the band even changed their name from Disneyland After Dark to D.A.D. to avoid possible lawsuits from the Disney corporation. They changed it again later to D-A-D and the album was released in the USA through Warner Brothers. The music style on the album pretty much continue the heavy rock/ hard rock style the band started playing on the preceeding album "No Fuel Left for the Pilgrims (1989)" albeit with a bit more commercial sensibility.
No ten-track compilation could possibly come close to providing the most casual Luther Vandross fan with what she or he needs. That said, S.O.U.L. – part of an extensive line from Sony Music Special Products – is a relatively cheap disc that does offer a decent sampling of Vandross' hits across three decades, from 1981's "Never Too Much" to 2003's "Dance with My Father." Other essentials, such as "Give Me the Reason," "A House Is Not a Home," "Power of Love/Love Power," are included, but this is a mere fraction of the singer's excellent output.