• And It Feels Like
• For The First Time
• Save Myself
• A Little More Time
• Rumour 'bout A Revolution
• Whatever We Wanna
• Everybody's Someone (LeAnn Rimes & Brian McFadden)
• Long Night
• This Life
• Break Me Down
• Some People
I have always liked LeAnn Rimes's voice and her song choice. This CD is no different. The song styles included lend themselves to either dancing the night away at home with friends, or just relaxing with a good book. I found myself tapping my fingers without even realising.
I had a little dificulty telling some songs from others as the drumbeats and melodies were very similar. Not saying that as a bad point, just maybe that my ears need more fine tuning.
There are a number of slower songs included for those romantic types who like the opportunity to take that special someone for a spin round the floor. My favourite track would have to be "Everybody's Someone". LeAnn and Brian harmonise well and the music sounds great.
In short, a great addition to anyone's CD collection if you like up beat or slower easy listening music. Well worth the price, I think.
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