- Released: March 31, 2000
- Label: Hot Productions
- 1.Where Is My Man
- 2.This Is My Life
- 3.I Don't Care
- 4.I Love Men
- 5.Arabian Song
- 6.Sugar Daddy
- 8.La Grande Vie
- 9.Cha Cha Heels
- 10.My Discarded Man
- 11.Where Is My Man - (Mega mix)
- 12.Where Is My Man - (94 mix)
Personnel: Eartha Kitt (vocals); Ira Siegel, Bill Scheniman (guitar); Rod Gammons, Fred Zarr, Steve Bronski (keyboards); Diane Wilson, Yvonne Lewis (background vocals).
Recording information: Berwick Studios, England; Damiens Studio, France; Power Station Studio, New York, NY.
Arrangers: Rod Gammons; Fred Zarr.
Warning: this album is misleadingly titled. It's not a best-of compilation, but an album of new material recorded in 1994. Trading on Eartha Kitt's popularity as a camp icon, various dance music producers, including Jacques Morali and Pete Belolo, who created the Village People, wrote and produced these hi-NRG tracks for Kitt's trademark purring vocals. The results are probably of more interest to dance fans than fans of Kitt's usual slinky jazz-pop, but the combination works exceedingly well, especially on tongue-in-cheek tracks like "Sugar Daddy," "I Love Men" and the dramatic "La Grande Vie."