Imogen Heap's sophomore album falls into no slump. This woman's vocal power is astounding, but the music accompanying her provides extra warmth to create some of the most enjoyable pop music in a long time. The entire album is accessible and enjoyable at first listen, but it gets better through time. Highlights include the stunning Hide and Seek, where Imogen uses a vocoder and creates some of the most beautiful music on the album with just her voice, and the dramatic closer The Moment I Said It, which grows from pizzicato strings to operatic chords and Imogen's wailing voice. This album is for fans of Regina Spektor and other brilliant pop artists.