To help shake up her sound for her first full-fledged studio album since 2003, Celine Dion called in some big guns: top songwriters and producers like Linda Perry (Pink), John Shanks (Ashlee Simpson), Kara DioGuardi (Christina Aguilera) and ex-Evanescence guitarist Ben Moody (Kelly Clarkson). And she recruits R&B hit-makers Ne-Yo and Christopher "Tricky" Stewart (Rihanna's "Umbrella") for the ballads "I Got Nothin' Left" and "Skies of L.A.," respectively. But despite mild flirtations with rock, gospel and country, it's pretty much the same old Celine. After a five-year stint in Vegas, she still likes a safe bet.
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