There is little wrong with the songs on this album, but the album itself really makes no sense. This CD was released four years after Paul's first hit. With only three albums (and a Christmas CD) to his name, this CD mistakenly gives the impression that Paul has passed his prime. When "What I Want to Be Remembered For" first came out, I believe that Paul had not even began to scratch the surface of what he is capable of. The term 'Greatest Hits' in the title should be replaced by "every song he's ever released as a single". There is a difference. I believe that after this CD Paul produced his own record company, so perhaps upon leaving he was obligated to produce a 'Greatest Hits' album so the company could gain maximum profits before they lost this great talent. By the way, it's not called "What I Want... Hits". It's called "What I Want to Be Remembered For" Again, there is a difference. I love Paul, but I refuse to believe that his career is anywhere near over. Save the greatest hits albums for record companies to produce after you're dead, my friend. Until then just keep making great music!
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