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The Return of Whitney Houston

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  • The Return of Whitney Houston

    Whitney is making an attempt at a comeback and will be making her first interview appearance on Oprah since 2003.

    Her new album "I Look to You" is available for listen at whitneyhouston.com if you want to have a hearing session before the album drops late August.

    As one of the most powerful voices I've heard (during her time, and maybe even currently), I have to admit this is something I look forward to despite her previous crash and burn with drugs and a troubled marriage.

    After hearing the album in its entirety, I will admit that I agree with an online review I read -- that Whitney's voice is more brawny than it is soaring. Different, yes.. bad? not necessarily... but still not the Whitney we all remember, and I do miss those powerful and passionate notes she used to hit.


    What do you think?
    -plagued

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