The latest CD by teen sensation Hayley Westenra is neither a classical album, nor is it pop. Odyssey is something in-between, which means it tries to please everyone - ranging from demanding music lovers to casual listeners. Judging by record sales, the tactic works, but it can likely be attributed more to Westenra's sweet looks rather than the quality of her music. The musical styles in Odyssey range from classical, hymns, folk and pop - perhaps too eclectic for a young vocalist who has yet to develop a distinct style. The 18-year-old is undoubtedly a highly gifted vocalist. Bachianas Brasileiras No5 Aria and Ave Maria showcase her amazing voice. But her song interpretations are at times one-dimensional and lack genuine emotion, despite their technical brilliance. Opening track Prayer and a cover version of Joni Mitchell's Both Sides Now are soothing, but Westenra's pitch-perfect vocals lack passion and innovation. What You Never Know (Won't Hurt You), a song Westenra co-wrote with Stephan Moccio, sounds like a calculated piece of music, rather than something that comes from the heart. Odyssey proves that Westenra is capable of producing a likeable album. But with her talent, she should be aiming for something higher.