Don't take this too seriously because it is really silly, but...
Of Hayley's three International Albums, two have something in common that is not shared by the other. That may not be true of all versions but it is certainly the case with the great majority of them. So, what is the connection between two of the albums and, therefore, which is the odd one out?
Hopefully, this will not give too much away but, for the sake of this thread, please ignore the UK SE of Odyssey.
Depending on how things go, I may give an occasional clue, but for now, let's start.
Another thing could be we move away from the beach theme in Treasure, Hayley on the beach ,well nearly celtic treasure has a treasure chest which is usually associated with the sea. On a closer look at her three International albums On Treasure Hayley does not put her usual signature of Hayley xxx
Post by stevemacdonald on Mar 30, 2007 22:50:48 GMT
Well, at the risk of appearing to take this more seriously than it deserves, I went over these three CDs with a fine tooth comb and found all kinds of trivial things, except that none of them really qualify as silly in the amusing sense. For example:
Pure and Treasure covers are headshots; Odyssey's is not. Pure has lyrics; Odyssey and Treasure don't. Pure and Odyssey have song w/Latin lyrics; Treasure doesn't. Hayley's eyes are looking directly at the camera on Treasue cover but away on other two.
The list goes on and on, I am truly stumped as to what "silly" thing I'm missing.
I think Roger's massive clue is that we have to ignore the UK SE of Odyssey. As this is the only title Roger mentions, I think it is Pure and Treasure that share a common characteristic. They weren't mentioned by title by Roger in the opening message of this thread.
Perhaps this is even sillier than Roger intended ....
The UK version of "Treasure" has a duet with Humphrey Berney, the UK version of "Odyssey" has a duet with Andrea Bocelli. As far as I can tell, the UK version of "Pure" has no duet at all. But that duet is still on the UK SE of Odyssey.
OR, "Pure" was released the 15th of September (2003), and "Odyssey" was released the 26th of September (2005). Both are months in the fall season here in the States. Treasure was the first release of an international album in the spring time - or close enough to spring time (disregarding the UK SE of "Odyssey").