A budget-priced compilation, Breathe Again: Toni Braxton at Her Best contains only ten songs, making it worthwhile for a very small percentage of the singer's most casual fans. Though Braxton had nearly 20 charting singles through 2002's More Than a Woman, nearly half of the songs on this disc are album cuts. So, instead of "Another Sad Love Song" or "He Wasn't Man Enough," you get "Candlelight" and "Always." This makes no sense. Even if "Un-Break My Heart," "Breathe Again," and "You're Making Me High" are included, there's no reason why Sony BMG should've formatted the compilation in this manner. It's of no help to anyone.
AllMusic Review by Andy Kellman