There's always room for modern, eclectic pop and it's with this in mind that Janeska's new album is worth a listen. Although to call it a proper album would be a little bit misleading as it's basically six songs and then four remixes/radio edits. Nevertheless the original songs are enough to get excited about. There's edgy Sugababes-style pop ('On Your Knees'), moody mid-paced numbers ('Moonlight'), sassy disco ('What The Heart Wants'), 'The Objective' does inventive things with Asian beats whilst 'Highest Of Pain' offers conclusive proof that Janeska is a versatile, emotive vocalist and not just a decent mouthpiece for a team of producers. Most of these songs are capable of achieving chart action but a full, remix-free album would be the true test of her abilities.