Released in Febuary of 2000, Twenty Four Seven quickly became Tina's highest debut chart entry, entering & peaking at #21. Thats much better than her last album Wildest Dreams, which only peaked at #61. 24/7 quickly became gold in the U.S. & went platnum twice in Europe.
On this latest project Tina seems to be going the Cher route, entering into more dance/pop material. The opening track, Whatever You Want is an uplifting tune, that was only released as a single in Europe. The highlight of the album is When the Heartache is Over. The lyrics are some what autobiographical. The only single released in America from the album, Heartache peaked at a disapointing #51. The song could have been a world wide smash had it had some kind of publicity.
Absolutly nothing's Changed is one of those get back at your man songs. Talk To My Heart is a nice ballad that Tina dedicated to her mother who died right before the album was released. One of the best rock numbers is Go Ahead, which was written and produced by 80's rocker, and former Tina duet partner, Bryan Adams. Another favorite track is Go Ahead. With lyrics like "You see my smiling, but you paint an ugly face. Everything you do is all about the chase", its a brilliantly written song. The final, & title track is 24/7. Another highlight with great energy by Tina.
A month after the albums release in America, Tina set out on her 100 date farewell concert tour. The tour broke records all across the world and became the biggest money maker of 2000. All though it was her last tour, rest assure this wont be her last piece of music. At least I hope not.