The sophomore album by the woman born Charlene Keys isn't a disaster. Still, no song here is nearly as distinctive as "Oops (Oh My)," the smash that powered Tweet's debut, 2002's Southern Hummingbird, and because her vocal mentality is that of a background singer, she often sounds like a guest star on her own disc. That's especially true on "Turn Da Lights Off" and "Things I Don't Mean," featuring cameos by Elliott.
As her spoken intro to the CD makes clear, Tweet's happy to be back on board, but she can't remain a passenger forever. If she wants to stay aloft, she needs to push her way into the pilot's seat.