Nice track, but generic production.
I think it was a number of factors, the album leaking months before, so by the time Ghosttown came out, the hype was over, the fact it was released in December and released as a single months later - that strategy might have worked in 1995 when physical sales ruled...but does not work now days. She would have had a bigger chart impact with a brand new song...
I also think releasing LFL as the first single was a bad choice too, radio ignored it in the UK (M claimed agism, they responded saying it was a shit song, I agree with them lol), Well actually the world ignored it, it was a bad first single choice, she obviously did not like the production, as she only ever performed a remix of it,, so I think it kinda set the stage for the era, that is, the general public, heard it, went nah don't like it, and assumed the rest of RH was the same.
I think the same thing happened with Kylie with 'Kiss me Once'.....Into the Blue nice song, but such a bad choice for the lead single, and it showed, with the entire era being underwhelmed....fast forward to Golden....Dancing was a good track, well produced, good choice, and sparked interest again.