Released: 10th November 2003.
Does anybody else find the title of this album ironic?
Aiken's debut is astonishing in its sugary-sweet, inspirational pop blandness. Welcome to America and all that is wrong with music today.
The record does contain some fairly acceptable songs, like "This Is The Night", "Touch", and "I Will Carry You", although "Bridge Over Troubled Waters" isn't on here.
The album's lone bright spot is one of the few up-tempo tunes, "Invisible". It's a rock number that you could imagine a diva, such as Cher, belting out.
Sadly, Aiken tends to get lost in the over-production. He tries mightily to imbue these tunes with the same power and passion he brought to the classics he sang on "American Idol," but it's just not there.