Dises album is the best and strongest of emotionally expressive singer by far. The predecessors are just milestones, but Sineads songs became more melodic and her voice is gentle and not so short-tempered, as is the case in other songs. Sinead has always had a wayward style, which of course by just one of the best (perhaps the best) makes singer who can not get them down and always finds its way. Songs on former albums catch eg calmly what 'O Conners voice then by degrees rising to a volcanic eruption and its voice transformations can run wild. This is now on this album different from your voice sounds catchy, after which the songs appear rhythmic. The songs themselves are very different: "The Healing Room" is a wonderful entry whose melody easy to dream, followed by the somewhat wilder "No man's woman" and the super ballad "Jealous". The wildest songs is "Daddy I'm fine", where Sinead lets off steam in the chorus, "Hold Back the Night" is one of the strongest Power songs on the album, "Emma's Song" is one of the most soulful and saddest songs I ever heard just goosebumps triggering. The last song reminds a bit of Caribbean flair and forms a melodic relaxed conclusion of this CD. Also all non Dear mentioned are highly recommend. Sinead is getting better. This disc is versatile, stylish, sensual, stunning-a masterpiece!