After six years patiently waiting, I was excited and curious to see how Fiona had develeoped... (Tidal is my favourite album of all time!) The album starts off with the title track sounding like something from a disney soundtrack! Far more lighthearted than anything we have heard her do before. I must say that I was woried! But by the 2nd song we are treated to something sounding far more like the Fiona we know and love. Far more comparable to when the pawn than Tidal the new album is interesting to say the least. For such a die-hard fan like me (Fiona could sing happy birthday and I'd love it!) I am just exstatic to have some new fiona to listen to but I admit that I don't think this will earn her any new fans (not sure if i'd want it to... Let's keep this amazing secret to ourselves!) The style of this album is very difficult to define. Jazzy, strange, unique, more produced than the other albums and rather lacking in the piano solos we got on Tidal and also lacking the simplistic and heart-wrenching beauty of Tidal. But her vocals have improved in the last 6 years, now with a real deep, jazzy feel. She uses her voice like an instrument and at times the music covers this up too much! This album still contains the angst, anger and heart wrenching cry to 'protect me!' that we got from the last two. Stand out tracks for me are Get him back, Parting Gift, Red Red Red and Not about love. Would have been good to have some more 'ballads' though! This album is worth getting for the live dvd alone where we are treated to fiona live - fragile, shy and without vanity (she is a very beautiful lady but wears no make up or fancy clothes on this!) The live 'Fast as you can' is amazing and the new songs are really brought to life. In conclusion - Fiona fans will no doubt be delighted with this - as am I. Don't leave us another 6 year gap next time though Fiona. Please Please Please!