Let me set the scene, I was never a fan of All Saints and had very little time for the Appletons. Boy how things have changed since I bought this CD on the strength of their second single "Don't Worry". This CD is a real gem of a pop album. Forget their first single "Fantasy" an average song that just doesn't fit in with the rest of this CD. Move onto track two "Don't Worry" this track sets a precident for whats to come, a fantastic emotional anthem on par with Robbies "Angels". But things don't stop there, the tracks get better! Appleton have created a style all of their own, "Hallelujah is perfect adult pop. Personal favourite has to be "Everything Eventually" a real summery feelgood track perfect for driving to on sunny days, as the song says it makes you "glad to be alive". "M.W.A" is the closest they get to recreating the All Saints sound (only its better this time)"Ring A Ding Ding" may sound like a eurovision entry, but this is a beautifully crafted slice of moody sophisticated pop. They actually sound like Andrea Corr singing cool tunes. "Supernaturally" showcases how perfectly these girls voices blend together. Where most albums start to wane at the 3/4 point this one goes from strength to stregth "All Grown Up", "Waiting For Your Love","Long Long Road" and "Anyone" are all wonderful tunes. When listening to the track "5am" you are listening to the simplest, clearest ,purest vocals heard in pop for a long time."Blow My Mind" is the perfect end to a great album. This is a Cd for all occasions but have found it the perfect CD for a "back to mine" night. Play it, all your mates will fall in love with it, and then they won't beleive you when you tell then its "Appleton". Already a classic in my collection and destined to be one in yours. You won't be disappointed.