Bring You Home

Studio Album by released in 2006
Bring You Home's tracklist:
Friends in Time
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This I Promise You
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All Over Again (feat. Kate Rusby)
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To Be Loved by You
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Superman
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It's So Easy Lovin' You
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Back in the Backseat
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Bring You Home
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Hello Again
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Just When I'd Given Up Dreaming
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(We Just Need) Time
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Bring You Home review

Ronan Keating’s best record

Bring You Home is Ronan Keating’s fourth studio album as a solo artist. Former Boyzone front singer and one of Ireland’s most successful pop singers he has sold about 20 million albums all over the world by the age of 29. In 2004 he got the World record for Longest Complete Run of Top 10 Singles for there were 30 of them in more than ten years of his solo career. Bring You Home is the result of a year’s work, and, as Ronan himself says, it is the best record he has ever made. Though it may seem boasting, after you have listened to it you realize Ronan is absolutely objective. Keating wrote over 50 per cent of the album’s songs in his personal home studio and is very delighted by his work. So are his numerous fans. Bring You Home is a soothing, at times wistful and at times joyful album full of hits just as any of Ronan’s creations has always been. It does deserve to be called the best.

Bring You Home is a new confident album

Bring You Home is a new confident album containing a good deal of pleasantly relaxing and inspiring ballads together with a number of up-tempo rock tracks. Such tracks as I Promise You and Hello Again sound wonderfully harmonious, the delicate melodies being catchy and emotionalizing. To Be Loved can definitely melt any heart and the romantic cover track Bring You Home greatly infuses with hope making one believe in real love. All Over Again featuring a folk singer Kate Rusby, whose original style makes the song especially outstanding is included in the album after being a very popular single for quite a long time. The song is written by Irish singer and songwriter Don Mescall which is a good addition to Ronan Keating’s work. The Goo Goo Dolls’ famous ballad Iris got a new noble sounding in the album. Back in the Backseat reminds us of the first slow dance and Superman leaves no doubt that thoughtful, smart and faithful man still exist in the world.

Ronan Keating remains faithful to his principles

The world has not seen many successful careers of ex boys’ bands singers. Ronan Keating’s unique case can be compared to that of Robbie Williams but unlike him Keating adheres to a style, which seems very unlikely to bring public’s acclaim for a long time. His soothing, heartwarming lyrics and a tender vocal however have survived more than a decade of show business history. The secret of his success is not too sophisticated – it is the key topic of most his songs. People tend to believe in happy and eternal love, women dream of romance and comfort only a man can give, and Ronan Keating brings it all to their homes. There is enough intelligence and wisdom in all his texts, and who if not him knows exactly what women want? That’s why with Bring You Home Ronan Keating is more than anybody faithful to his principles and beliefs. The only thing we are left to do is to wonder where this exquisite Irish spark gets his inspiration.