Okay, so "Eden" did give this 1995 CD a run for its money. But that was last year, since Sarah was beginning to gain more and more recognition. Thus, what once appeared to be a slump was a success thanks to the placement of the Andrea Bocelli collaboration known as "Time To Say Goodbye (his Con Te Partirò)" as the first track when this CD was re-released in 1996. It is that re-release version I have--at the moment.
"Dive" is predominantly New Agey, and I got used to it after a while. This one jumps from dance to rock to techno and back again. My favorite song on the CD is "A Question of Honour," the single for which is on the way (it's about damn time, too!). The remixes of that song, from what I hear, are techno, but I like the original version the best. Other hot hits include "How Can Heaven Love Me," "Something In The Air," "Heaven Is Here," "I Loved You," and (if I have space for it) "You Take My Breath Away." However, horrendous mixing dominates most of the album, whereas Andrea's "Romanza" isn't ruined by such mixing. Still, the hot hits ought to appear mainly to diehard Sarah Brightman fans.