Uber-celebrity Paris Hilton's self-titled album proves that, with a great team of producers and engineers, anybody can sound good. Hilton has a soft, sultry voice, but she tends to whisper more than she sings. Paris features a number of catchy tunes, such as Stars are Blind, Nothing in this World and Screwed. They have a great beat that will make you get up and dance. A couple of the songs are commentaries on Hilton's personal life. Jealousy is an obvious dig at her former best friend Nicole Richie, while Screwed seems to be directed at her filmmaker ex-boyfriend. Hilton also attempts Rod Stewart's Do Ya Think I'm Sexy. It is nowhere near as sexy as the original, and shouldn't have been included. I Want You is another song that should have been left off the album. It samples the opening bars of the Grease theme tune, and you are reminded how much better the original is. But this isn't a bad album. While Hilton is never going to be nominated for a Grammy, she will sell a lot of records, both to real fans, and people who are just curious to see what all the fuss is about.