- Released: June 1, 1993
- Originally Released: 1997
- Label: Westbound Uk
- 1.This Is Where I Came In
- 2.This Is It
- 3.If That Don't Turn You On
- 4.I Wish That I Could Hurt That Way Again
- 5.A Fool's Affair
- 6.You Must Have Known I Needed Love
- 8.Not on Your Life
- 9.Ain't No Comin' Back
Personnel: Millie Jackson (vocals); Jimmy Johnson , Ken Bell (guitar); Harrison Calloway, Ben Cauley, Harvey Thompson, Ronnie Eades (horns); Clayton Ivey, Randy McCormick (keyboards); Roger Hawkins (drums); Donna McElroy, Vicki Hampton, Yvonne Hodges, Lea Jane Berinati (background vocals).
Audio Remixer: Ernie Winfrey.
Recording information: Muscle Shoals Sound Studio; Sound Shop; Wishbone Recording Studio.
Photographer: Ron Slenzak.
Unknown Contributor Role: Mickey Buckins.
One of Millie's best, Jackson gives fans tough raps, raunchiness, and scathing dialogue that threads the songs together. Millie's love for country ballads shows on "I Wish That I Could Hurt That Way Again." The appeal heightens on deep soul ballads, and For Men Only is loaded: check out her rendition of Latimore's gritty "Ain't No Coming Back," the earthy "That Don't Turn Me On," "Despair," "This Is Where I Came In," and "A Fool's Affair." Polydor originally released this LP in 1980, but give Ichiban Records kudos for updating this classic to CD. ~ Andrew Hamilton