I have always thought that Celine Dion's only appeal is to mothers such as mine, or to people who don't like pop, dance, r'n'b, or anything else worth listening to. Sure, I liked a few of her songs, but never enough to actually go out and buy the album.
When I first heard A New Day Has Come on the radio, I fell in love with it, but imagined that the new album would be like all the rest that my mum owns, patchy. However, on an impulse I decided to go out and get it, for myself! And I'm glad I did. I'm not going to rave about her voice or anything, but I have to say that she does sound good on these new updated songs. In fact, the whole CD is updated, as is probably her appeal, which has certainly grown to include me!
So what is in this album to make me change my mind? The simple answer is, new, great songs, such as Right in front of you, Sorry for love, Goodbye, and my especial favourite, When the wrong one loves you right.
One bad thing that I have to say about this album, however, is that it goes on for too long. 17 tracks is getting on for a bit much by the end of the CD, and although I do like each song, I end up putting it on program. The program does vary each time though, which is another good thing about Celine's album, the songs are all different to each other, and ther is a different one for each varying mood that you find yourself in.