I love Selena as an actress: she's talented and a great role model. Her music, though, has always been a hit or miss with me. I enjoyed her first album for the most part, and was disappointed by her second, which sounded a lot like everything else out there. Her voice has never been the strongest, but it's decent. When I heard she had a new CD coming out, I decided to buy it anyway, just to support her. Boy, was I pleasently surprised! "When the Sun Goes Down" is an awesome album that is original, unique, and really showcases Selena's maturing voice. Every song is incredible, and I've had them on repeat since the day they came out. Selena sends out positive messages about siezing the day, the perks of a good romantic relationship, and growing up. The only iffy content is the use of "d---" in the chorus of "Hit the Lights" and once on "Whiplash". I highly reccomend this album for Selena's more mature fans, it's totally worth it!