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Ronan Keating - Duet

Ronan Keating - Duet

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Ronan Keating
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An album of duets

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Not at all bad, but not fantastic

Fresh of his TV vehicle that was X Factor Australia - Ronan smartly thought to put together a retail product that would capitalise on his new TV audience… and its actually, apart from being a smart move, a smart album.

Consisting of tracks from previous era's in his career, along with some Aussie favourites, Duet is a disc that has not many let downs - to be honest, the only stinker is the duet with The McClymonts.

12 tracks, and each a different pairing - you can expect to hear Elton John (Live at MAdison Square Garden), Paulini, Guy Sebastian, Lulu and many more.

Design wise, the album slick is a bit on the nose -- i am not overly sure about the slick james bond dress sense mixed with the James Dean motorcycle. The two styles don't really gel well, and make Ronan look awkward and overly posed.

All in all its an ok album - some moments are bad and feel like filler - others blow you away with just how good the pairings are.

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