Cath Carroll has been in and around the music scene for three decades now, whether it's as a member of the indie group Miaow, managing Ludus or gaining a reputation as a biographer of no little repute. It wasn't until 1991 that she released her first album for Factory records and here it is again, lovingly remastered by LTM records. Listening to the album it's like a case of two separate identities; one representing icily sophisticated dance tunes, the other free-spirited Latin-flavoured numbers. Of the two, the former has lasted better; Carroll is in imperious form on 'Moves Like You', 'Send Me Over' and 'Watching You', giving Electribe 101's Billie Ray Martin a run for her money. Even though 'Train You're On' and 'Next Time (He's Mine)' are just too busy with ideas, 'Subtitled' adopts South American rhythms far more intelligently. Add together some punchy remixes and we have a forgotten gem of an album on our hands.