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article imageReview: Bonnie Tyler releases stellar 'The Best is Yet to Come' album Special

By Markos Papadatos     Feb 26, 2021 in Music
On February 26, pop-rock queen Bonnie Tyler released her latest studio offering "The Best is Yet to Come." Digital Journal has the scoop.
It opens with the upbeat and spitfire title track "The Best is Yet to Come," where she is able to instantly lure fans and listeners in this collection, and the catchy "Dreams Are Not Enough," which has a retro '80s vibe to it and the nonchalant "Hungry Hearts."
She immediately breaks into the powerhouse "Stuck To My Guns" and the irresistible single "When the Lights Go Down," which is filled with raw emotions.
Equally noteworthy is "Stronger Than a Man," "I'm Not in Love," the inspirational "Somebody's Hero," and "Call Me Thunder," which is sheer bliss.
After the ballad "I’m Only Guilty (Of Loving You)," it closes with the expressive "You're the One" and on a fitting note with the refreshing "Catch the Wind."
The Best is Yet to Come is available on Apple Music, Spotify, and Amazon Music.
The Verdict
Overall, Bonnie Tyler is back with an amazing studio album The Best is Yet to Come. She proves that she is like fine wine, where her harking and heavenly voice only gets better with age and experience. It is so eclectic, which makes it difficult to select a personal favorite song. The Best is Yet to Come garners five out of five stars.
For more information on Bonnie Tyler and her new music, check out her official homepage.
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