The Corrs are known for their Irish folk music and Celtic influences. So it is no surprise that they sound comfortably at home with their fifth album. For Home, the sibling quartet sourced tunes from an old, handwritten songbook owned by their mother, who used to sing in pubs with their father at weekends. The songs, which the foursome grew up listening to, are so close to their hearts that singing them should feel as natural as breathing. Most of the album's tracks are acoustic and feature traditional Irish instruments - such as a tin whistle and bodhran drum - lending a sound that is simple and raw. Their earthy quality is complemented by the feathery vocals of Andrea Corr, who lends a contemporary dimension to the time-tested melodies. Two Gaelic tracks - Buachaill On Eirne (Boy From Ireland) and Brid Og Ni Mhaille (Bridget O'Malley) - appear on the album. Most listeners will need to read a translation of the lyrics in the CD booklet to make sense of them. But if you listen closely, you can feel the underlying emotions behind the beautiful and poetic language. Home is unlikely to be the The Corrs' defining album, but it's a welcome return to the band's musical roots.