Natalie Imbruglia (BMG) Why did it take Sydney-born star Natalie Imbruglia almost four years to complete this album? Perhaps the trappings of fame took the 26-year-old's focus away from a budding singing career, following her hit debut album Left Of The Middle in 1997. But one listen to these 11 tracks and you know she is back and more determined than ever to succeed. Significantly, she has collaborated closely with top-line producers such as Gary Clark (kd lang) and is reunited with former Cure bassist Phil Thornalley, who penned her breakthrough smash Torn. White Lilies Island is a slick pop album and the quality is evident from the outset with the stunning guitar solo on the opener and first single, That Day, making way for a lovely melody. The fragmented beats could have been difficult to manage, but Imbruglia's performance is assured and impressive. Satellite is light-hearted and catchy, backed by acoustic guitars, which match Imbruglia's delivery perfectly, while orchestral touches lift the emotional notch on Goodbye and Everything Goes. Talk In Tongues is slower and slightly maudlin, but emerges as one of the highlights. Although there aren't any outstanding tracks, the overall effect is one of confidence and growing maturity - a satisfying sophomore effort. The question is, will her fans remember just who she is?