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The Collection

Dina Carroll

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A poor collection

Following on the heels of 'The Very Best of Dina Carroll' came 'The Collection' another mix of Dina's hits, however after only two albums 'The Very Best of' contained a multitude and there wasn't a need for a second greatest hits style album. While there is no denying the great vocal power of Dina Carroll there are only two new tracks on 'The Collection', 'You'll lose a good thing' and 'Straight to my soul'. With a shelved self entitled album it would have been wiser and certainly fairer to fans of her music to have included some of those tracks for value for money. As it stands 'The Collection' is a cheap ploy by a music label to flag a wasted talent. Greatest hits style albums have always been a gimmick recently however alternative singer Tori Amos brought out an album of her hits on 'Tales of a Librarian' but took the time to record new vocals and edit every track differently so fans weren't getting the exact same song. It was an ingenious move and other artists should take note.

Biography

Born: 21 August 1968 in Newmarket, Ontario, Canada

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s

Combining the early soul-pop of Mariah Carey, the power balladry of Whitney Houston, and the sophisticated dance-pop of M People, Dina Carroll was one of the most successful U.K. female vocalists of the '90s. Born in Newmarket, Suffolk in 1968 to a Scottish mother and Afro-American G.I. father, Carroll began singing with her sister at a young age, and after winning a talent competition at school, she decided to pursue a career in the music industry. In her teens, she moved to West London after signing...
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