At 21 it seems to soon to release a best of album but LeAnn Rimes has been recording since age 13. You can't really tell that she was a young teenager when some of these songs were recorded, even then her voice could compete with the vocals of Christina Aguilera or Beyonce Knowles.
The first song on the album "Can't Fight The Moonlight" was a fantastic pop song from the "Coyote Ugly" soundtrack and a UK number one, the song has a great vibe and some brilliant vocals. The song was on LeAnn's first pop album "I Need You" with the title tracck featured on this album, it's a ballad displaying a strong talent. Also from the Coyote Ugly soundtrack are the brilliant "The Right Kind of Wrong" and "But I Do Love You" which you will love. The amazing ballad "How Do I Live" which was her biggest selling single ever and the best selling country single of all time, it sold 750 000 in the UK alone and reached number 7, the song is breathtaking and the vocals are just fantastic. New single "This Love" is wonderful and shows that LeAnn Rimes is still one of the most talented vocalists even today. The duet with Ronan Keaton is spoilt by Ronan, i'm not a fan of his singing but if you like his voice then you would like it because it is a good song. Elton John also duets with her on the ballad "Written in The Stars" which i love as it is a wonderful song and both artists put in strong vocal effort. The theme song to "Legally Blonde 2", "We Can" is fantastic, the song is incredibly catchy and vocally stunning, it's a strong competitor with "Can't Fight The Moonlight", two very brilliant songs. LeAnn's cover of the Patsy Cline classic "Crazy" is a definate improvement of the original, the vocals of LeAnn Rimes are much stronger than those of Patsy Cline and make the song much better, i love the song and think it is one of LeAnn Rime's best recordings. The two remixes of "How Do I Live" and "Can't fight the Moonlight" are a bit of a waste. i often can't be bothered with remixes so i usually don't listen to them.
This album marks an excellent career from a truly amazing vocalist, a real gift to country music.