Celine Dion - Let's Talk About Love (Sony) When an album sells 26 million copies, it affords the singer many luxuries. Celine Dion has certainly cashed in on the runaway success of Falling Into You to release her much-awaited, rather self-indulgent new album. There are rumours the Canadian-French singer will call it quits after this album to start a family. But certainly, Let's Talk About Love is not planned with a concert tour in mind. It starts off with the Carole King composition The Reason, which does not stray far from the standards set in last year's album. The surprises start with Immortality, penned by the Brothers Gibb, the Bee Gees. It is a great number, with the Bee Gees' trademark high-pitched vocals providing a wonderful base for Dion's powerful vocals. Not so Dion's duets with Barbra Streisand (Tell Him) and Luciano Pavarotti (I Hate You Then I Love You): put two big voices together and you inevitably end up with a power struggle as both try to out-sing the other. Perhaps the biggest - and most refreshing - surprise comes on the funky hip-hop number, Treat Her Like A Lady, on which Dion collaborates with Diana King and Brownstone. Not another Falling Into You, but if you're looking to see Dion push the envelope a little, it's here.