Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Forever Young


WHERE other reality TV singers' careers have stuttered, original Pop Idol Will Young has proved to be Mr Consistency.
And this chronological collection, The Hits, which spans the singer's four studio efforts plus two new tracks, shows exactly why Young continues to appeal - even if he's not idolised in quite the way he was back in 2002.
Yes, there are the drivelly ballads, such as Evergreen and Anything Is Possible, as well as the throwaway pop numbers, such as Switch It On.
But the best showcases for Young's appeal are the soulful numbers - a recap of sings such as his Doors cover Light My Fire and Friday's Child show why Young hasn't grown old yet.

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