On the Twelfth Floor (Rock Records) Will Karen Mok become the 'Asian Alanis Morissette'? It is possible, if she sticks to rock 'n' roll. On Mok's new album, On the Twelfth Floor, you'll find her switching between R&B and rock 'n' roll styles. The album kicks off with the R&B tune, Twelfth Floor. Then she moves into catchy pop rock tunes Couldn't Care Less and Addicted To Love and even a duet with producer Jonathan Lee on the closing track Doppelganger. Mok may not have a strong voice, but she certainly has star charisma and is willing to try her hand at different styles. From this album it is clear that rock is the best way forward for her. There are many Asian singers singing R&B, but apart from Japanese J-rock, there's a gap in the region's pop rock market. Mok does a better job when singing songs into which she can throw her undoubted energy. If she builds on that, the Diocesan Girls' School graduate may indeed become Asia's Morissette.