Having achieved her fame by starting out in music, Cheryl has finally turned to her first love with this selection of new material. The ‘Intro’, despite being rather inspiring, is likely to be considered pointless by many, and luckily, coming in at about 90 seconds, it can soon be cast aside. With that said, ‘Live Life Now’ is almost as repetitive and dull, so it’s a good thing that it’s followed up by ‘It’s About Time’. With a great dance beat, it’s one of the best numbers she’s created in her entire career and should fill dancefloors all across the country. Lead single and number one ‘Crazy Stupid Love’ featuring Tinie Tempah, fires up straight after, while ‘Waiting For Lightning’ shows off her impressive vocal talents. Determined to keep her listeners dancing, she places second number one ‘I Don’t Care’ in a great spot within the collection – it’s not as original as CSL, but it doesn’t matter – it’s unbelievably catchy regardless.
The title track slows things right down which is a little disappointing but not entirely surprising, although it does struggle to live up to the material it finds itself surrounded by. She soon picks the pace back up and thankfully so as ‘Stars’ is begging to be mass-clapped along to, so needless to say follow-ons ‘Throwback’ and ‘All In One Night’ don’t work quite so well. ‘Goodbye Means Hello’ is a softer number, far from great, but not terrible either. Teaming with Joel Compass for ‘Coming Up For Air’ is a move which doesn’t do her any favours, the four minute piece being a little short of forgettable, and sadly, ‘Fight On’ follows in the same way, at least during it’s opening minute, though the chorus rescues it somewhat. Things don’t really pick up again until ‘Tattoo’, by which time the standard of the album has dropped considerably, but still she presses on, determined to entertain, and she does just that when ‘Firecracker’ kicks in. and in returning to the softer side of her music, ‘I Won’t Break’ is a break-up girls go-to anthem, and a strong closer.