Lutricia McNeal - My Side Of Town (CNR Music) There must be a factory somewhere that churns out these aspiring dance divas, seeing as so many sound alike. It's that nasal twang, a la Ce Ce Peniston and Crystal Waters set to a repetitive dance beat. Lutricia McNeal, on her debut My Side Of Town, slots neatly into that classification. The requirements for a successful pop dance album are here. From the opening thumps of Ain't That Just The Way, this is very much commercial pop. Although McNeal has achieved her European success as a dance diva, the non-dance tracks are definitely the best, and make this album somewhat redeemable. There is the R & B pop of Stranded, the soul vibes of The Greatest Love You'll Ever Know, and the funk swing of Someone Loves You Honey. Crossroads is the only track that shows McNeal has a lovely voice. Here she goes back to her roots: gospel choir. Why she has let her voice be buried under some really dull house beats, however, is bizarre.