Was there a second edition of Canadian Idol, one I didn't know about? It's very possible, since my television only gets two and a half channels. It's also possible because 19-year-old Vancouverite Emily Jordan's debut album sounds like everything a Canadian Idol winner's album should be. It shows a core of legit talent and a pop diva's sound immersed in production as slick as a used car salesman on a water slide. In her voice I hear the influences of Lisa Stansfield (man, that's obscure), Toni Braxton and Monica. Features a surprising cameo by underground rapper Checkmate. This is a tight album, but Checkmate? What was he thinking?