No sooner had the All Saints called it a day than everyone was predicting massive solo success for their chief songwriter Shaznay Lewis. For some reason, however, it's taken her four years to get around to making her debut album - and now that it's finally here, the result is oddly underwhelming. Sure, there's a catchy Motown/reggae feel to most of these tracks, the sort of sultry funk-soul vibe that briefly made the Saints seem like credible rivals to the Spice Girls. But the lyrics are bland and the vocals almost disinterested, as if Shaznay feels she hasn't got anything interesting left to say any more. She's always maintained that she's far more talented than the Appleton sisters and there's just enough quality here to prove her right. It's just a shame that her heart doesn't sound fully in it.