The good part is that we don't have to wait too terribly long between sets. The bad part is that in many cases, she puts a lot of "filler songs" on a CD to fill it up and get it to market.
Heartbreaker was a fun song, but didn't hold up to songs like Honey in terms of instant pop likeability. Unlike the (lame) Amazon.com reviewer, I think that Mariah's cover of "Against All Odds" is one of the best she's ever recorded - her amazing range and obvious personal ties to the song were never clearer in any of her previous work.
To sum it up - a great artist would have to work hard to make a bad album - and this is not a bad album. Hopefully, now that Mariah's been out of the public eye for a while, she'll come out with a more well designed album with more strong material. But, given the huge amounts of "filler" on most CD's, she still delivers a great performance.
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