A Day Without Rain
With her latest album (and first in about five years...) Enya came under attack for not being original and rehashing old material. Really she can be commended for maintaining a consistent sound - if you buy an Enya album you have a fair idea what you're going to get.
And in this case, even though there's a strong similarity between A Day Without Rain and her previous albums, there's a subtle upbeat flavour which comes out in tracks like Wild Child, Flora's Secret and Lazy Days. That's not to say there isn't the occasional dark Pax-Deorum-style song, and much of the tracks are her usual wistful pieces.
Really the only let down here is the length (the US release is even shorter than the NZ/Australia release, missing The First of Autumn) with the album over in a little over half an hour, stopping several minutes short of Enya's previous shortest album.
If you're expecting something new, skip this one - but you won't find the distinctive sound of Enya anywhere else.