While I enjoyed both albums for what they were, to me, they weren't the definitive renditions...I have yet to make it through her version of The Music of the Night without cringing. Trying to listen to both albums consecutively is difficult, not because her voice isn't one that one could listen to without a degree of irritation after a few minutes but for the fact that the selections are repetitive.
Anything But Lonely from Aspects of Love
Everything's Alright from Jesus Christ Superstar
Half a Moment from Jeeves
Last Man In My Life from Song & Dance
Make Up My Heart from Starlight Express
Only You from Starlight Express
The Perfect Year from Sunset Boulevard
The Phantom of the Opera featuring Michael Crawford from The Phantom of the Opera
The Phantom of the Opera featuring Steve Harley from The Phantom of the Opera
Surrender from Sunset Boulevard
Tell Me On A Sunday from Song & Dance
Unexpected Song from Song & Dance
Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again from The Phantom of the Opera
Yup, out of 5 albums featuring 77 tracks I only listen to 13. Seems worth the purchases huh?