While Celine Dion‘s voice is unmistakably recognizable, her eleventh english-language album is less so. Loved Me Back To Life is vastly different for the French-Canadian singer when comparing the material she has released over the last two decades.
The master of the love ballad and the queen of cheesy soft pop, Celine Dion takes a long overdue approach to providing a slightly more modern sound in her music that incorporates styles used by some of the biggest pop stars of today.
Most pop hits clock in at just over three minutes long. A good amount are more than four minutes but any longer than that and the scissors are brought in to chop it down to fit within the time constraints of radio – and our own attention spans. The last song longer than 4:30 to hit #1 on the Hot
I used to be a big supporter and fan of Canadian music. The old saying “It’s Canadian!” was always justification enough for why we should like a new artist or an unknown song. And the pride when a Canadian song received international attention was always swelling. The late 90s was a great period for this when CanCon favourites Alanis Morissette,