The fact that the most powerful song on this 11th Westlife album is a cover of Hoobastank's pop/rock hit



is a good indicator of what the rest of the album holds.

Clearly, after selling 44 million records the Irish boy band feels it has little to prove, and their most devout collectors might be pleased with the predictability of this release. But others will find one windswept love song rolls into another forming a puddle of melodically sound but not-the-slightest-bit-inspiring soup.