I can't imagine that many people will click through to this page unless they're fans of Celine Dion, yet few people who like Dion are likely to be interested in this book, which is by far the best of the fine 33 1/3 series so far. I devoured it, despite never having consciously heard a single Celine Dion song (I just listened to her Titanic song, which is discussed here, and I already have no memory of it, she's that kind of singer). This is an engrossing, wide ranging book about why people like the things they do, discussing all sorts of subjects from kitsch and Eurovision to various philosophers/sociologists I'd not come across (eg Pierre Bourdieu) before. I picked this up on the back of a rave in the excellent Said The Gramophone MP3 blog. An outstanding contribution to an excellent series.