Former Boyzone star Ronan Keating has released his fourth solo studio album, Bring You Home. But the album doesn't break from the Boyzone formula. It's a collection of feel-good but personality-free love ballads. The Irish singer wrote half of the album, which is filled with Keating classics. For example, This I Promise You, a song about making a lifetime commitment, is the kind of acoustic number you expect hear at weddings. The heartthrob himself describes it as the 'ultimate wedding song'. Back in the Backseat is a dated, upbeat track that reminds us of the embarrassing dance steps of boy bands in the early 90s. But there are a couple of songs that are still worth a listen. All Over Again, a duet with UK folk singer Kate Rusby is a soothing, acoustic ballad, and the two voices complement each other beautifully. Rusby was recently voted the Best Live Act at this year's BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards. Superman is another acoustic ballad with a great hook that will melt the hearts of female fans. Keating's fans will not be disappointed with Bring You Home. It's just a shame that, unlike Justin Timberlake or Robbie Williams, Keating hasn't managed to steer his solo career away from the cliched boy band image and music.