Sensation - Leon Lai Ming The reigning king of pop ballads has made what looks like a breakthrough album. It is studded with keen melodies and plain lyrics that speak to the heart via Leon's unadorned but affecting vocals. This collection of pretty, folk-tinged pop-rock songs is driven by guitars, but the net effect is harmony, not cacophony. The beguiling first single, To Be In Love, Who Are You and the sweetly melancholic title track are the best of a bright bunch. Underdog Rock - Anthony Wong Chau-sang Get ready for one of the most radical musical makeovers in recent memory. The headline-grabbing star has unleashed a set of slammin' glam and alternative rockers. The raw and aggressive nature of the music is matched by homo-centric politics and fiercely personal prose, which Wong performs with exhausting passion and energy. There is much to chew on, including a forceful rendering of The Students '97, and the powerful For No Reason and Where Do You Wanna Go Tonight?. My Rock - Various Artists Led by such modern-rock hits as Black Box's In Search of Black Box and Beyond's Cornered Beasts, this compilation could easily catch the eye of rock fans. It is packed with street credibility. MTV Unplugged - Harlem Yu Singer-songwriter Yu gets to the heart of his sound with an acoustic release that re-casts some of his biggest songs in small, improved settings. He reprises such smashes as Get Close, Crying In My Arms, Happy Song, Give You All My Love and Missing You, in live, acoustic versions. His voice is the star of the show, radiant and undimmed by time. The material also shines, especially under the flattering glow of a new light. One of the best unplugged releases in recent years. Coco's Party - Coco Li Veteran artist Li (pictured) is the latest to ride the cover-mania wave, with 10 remakes. Her interpretations and the producers' arrangements breathe new life into classics, including This Masquerade, There'll Be Sad Songs, Another Sad Love Song and Dancing Queen. Some tracks fail to ignite, but the real revelation is It's A Party.