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    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (12 September, 2000)
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    Cleverness is a delicate thing: go too far and it becomes self-parody; bury it too deep and it will be interpreted literally. Toronto's Barenaked Ladies have been walking this tightrope through five albums and, on their sixth, they continue to balance smirking social commentary with genuine emotion. The Ladies make their digs both lyrically and musically. "Conventioneers" unfurls the story of two people who relinquish their office-place sexual tension at a convention where a game of Scrabble over drinks leads to the bathtub, the bed, and the inevitable morning-after regret. Set in a lights-down-low groove, we all get a good snicker at the expense of two lonely suits. Likewise, "Go Home" commands a wandering-eyed country boy to return to his woman in a hearty, twangy romp. The disc is fleshed out with the band's dense, XTC-influenced jangle rock. This is the stuff that pasty, hopelessly undersexed white males drum up, half-delirious after endless Saturday-night binges on Dr. Who and Fawlty Towers marathons. It's self-righteous, verbose, and frustrated, yet defensively cautious enough to mask the lurking bitterness in terribly pleasant, melodious pop. --Beth Massa ... Read more


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    4-0 out of 5 stars Mature effort, my 2nd favorite from BNL
    Vet producer Don Was is aboard for this one and he pushes the Ladies to write some of their most mature material, relying on their trademark humour as a flavoring rather than a sole ingredient. The result is that even the radio tailored material is better than on "Stunt".

    Best tracks here are: lovers sparring in "Too Little Too Late", twangy "Go Home" (possibly the only time you'll hear a country tune with glockenspiel. Parental warning: this is one you'll want to skip if young ears are in the car because of a gratuitous F-bomb at the coda..), the tale of a co-worker dalliance in "Conventioneers" that ends with them feeling awkward about it ("So I wait, come in late, It'd be great if you transferred out of state"), the cheater finally caught in "Humour of the Situation" ("Have you heard the one about the boy who moved into the henhouse to sleep? He woke up with egg on his face, When he found that all the hens had crossed the street") and the ethereal "Tonight is the Night I Fell Asleep at the Wheel", which utilizes an almost Disneyish melody to lend to the air of the song's main character, who, disembodied, surveys his own demise ("In all the confusion, there's something serene, I'm just a posthumous part of the scene").

    The least interesting tracks are "Off the Hook", another cheater gets him comeuppance tune and "Baby Seat", a gentle nudge to accept responsibility instead of wanting others to look after you.

    Bottom Line: While not as consistently fabulous as "Gordon", this one hits on all cylinders more than it misses and it utilizes more of the band's talents by allowing more lead vocals from Ed Robertson ("Pinch Me","Falling for the First Time"), as well as Kevin's first on the hidden track "Hidden Sun".

    You also hear the Ladies do things they haven't before: Steven's flute on "Tonight's the Night I Fell Asleep at the Wheel", Tyler's 808 drums for "Off the Hook", and a dash of retro courtesy of Ed's wah-wah pedal on "Conventioneers" and Kevin's vocoder on "Humour of the Situation".

    5-0 out of 5 stars My Favorite Barenaked Ladies Album
    I consider "Maroon" to be my favorite Barenaked Ladies album for two reasons.First, I think it represents the most interesting collection of songs they've ever put together on a CD, ranging from subjects as diverse as infidelity ("Off the Hook") to meeting one's demise in an auto accident ("Tonight is the Night I Fell Asleep at the Wheel"), to Hollywood marketing hype ("Sell, Sell, Sell"), to the angst of growing up ("Baby Seat").Second, I consider it a signifcant album because multi-instumentalist Kevin Hearn, who was diagnosed with Leukemia shortly after the recording of the band's previous album, "Stunt", was around to contribute (and thankfully still is; his Leukemia has been in remission for about 6 years as of this writing).For this reason I find the bonus track "Hidden Sun", sung by Kevin, to be especially moving.One gets the impression that he is revealing to the listener some insight that he discovered during his fight to stay alive.

    There are only two tracks on this CD that I'm not overly crazy about: "Conventioneers", which tells the tale of two attendees at a business convention engaging in a brief dalliance; and "Helicopters", a rather dark song discussing the protagonist's reaction to war.As the Amazon.com review stated, one can easily discern the influence of early XTC in some of the band's tracks, and as one customer reviewer noted a bit of Beatles as well ("Go Home" reminds me of the Beatles' "Act Naturally" from a stylistic point of view).The lyrics to almost every one of the tracks in "Maroon" reveal an unusual depth of articulation and expression.Steve Page and Ed Robertson never fail to amaze me in that regard.And it should of course be noted that this CD was produced by legendary producer Don Was.Simply put, there is a lot to like about "Maroon", and the fact that it gets a prominent spot in the CD changer in my car ought to tell you what I think about it.This one is definitely worth a listen.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Some Hits and Some Misses
    Since becoming a fan of Barenaked Ladies, I have yet to find an album I don't like.Maroon probably comes the closest but it is by no means a bad album.It just misses the mark after a few shots in the bullseye.

    The first three songs start strong and hit the album's high point with "Pinch Me," one of the well-done singles to come out of Maroon.The next two songs, "Go Home" and "Falling for the First Time" are pure BNL with great musical hooks and catchy lyrics.However, the album gets a bit rough from there with only a few glimmers of the BNL we love.

    It isn't that I don't want the band to experiment and I love when they do but some experiments don't go well all the time.Conventioneers, while exploring interesting ground that is not unusual for this band, is slowed down and the tempo seems odd for this point in the album, especially as it moves into the pseudo-hyper "Sell Sell Sell."

    I'm not sure why I'm not able to fully enjoy this album as other BNL recordings because I do seem to like the songs individually.But maybe it is how they are put together in the second half that makes me a bit uncomfortable when listening to it.The strange thing is that oddest song of all, "Tonight Is the Night I Fell Asleep at the Wheel," comes in at the end and is actually one of my favorites by the band.Go figure.

    For a band that lives on solid music and quirky songs, this is possibly too quirky for me.However, not worth passing up because of this since it does have its moments and sometimes I am in a Maroon mood. ... Read more

    Asin: B00004WZOH
    Subjects:  1. Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Pop    3. Post-Grunge    4. Rock   


    Evan & Jaron [Bonus Track]
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (20 November, 2001)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Too Good To Miss
    I first heard Crazy For This Girl on MTV about two summers ago, and shortly afterwards I ordered this album.I never opened it, but about a year later, after leaving it sitting on my chest of drawers I picked it up.Going straight to track 3 I remembered why I loved these guys' music.
    I then began to listen to every song on this album, from the catchy Ready Or Not to the powerful Pick Up The Phone, there's not a single song I don't like.These guys have some real talent, the lyrics are absolutely amazing and the chords these guys dish out are awesome.
    The greatest band of all time, I just have to say.There's not a single song of their's I don't like, they all just blow me away, and still do every night when I listen to them.You're really missing out on this if you don't own it.I also recommend We've Never Heard Of You Either, and I've ordered Not From Concentrate, their second album.Try to find all the songs you can, I doubt you'll regret it.
    If you really love music, get this album.It really is as simple as that.These guys are the reason I've decided to join teh music business, I just want to make the kind of music they make.Top quality, really just great.Get it, and love it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars One of the few!
    Sadly in the modern music scene there are few CD's worthy of your time and money. Most Cd's have one to four good songs and then just filler songs to take up space on the CD, but not with this Album. This Cd is worth listen to the whole way through and once you are through you want to go through it again, and again, and again. I you like light alternative/pop this CD is a must have

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great Effort From These Twins
    When I first heard "Crazy For This Girl" on the radio, I thought of it as a pleasant pop hit and thought nothing more of it. One day at the cd shop, I saw the album at a good price and decided to pick it up. I am very pleased that I purchased this cd. The twins are soulful in their lyrics and captivate their fans with catchy hooks and strong bridges.

    Standouts on the cd include the hit "Crazy For This Girl" as well as "Done Hangin' On Maybe," "Distance," "Pick Up The Phone," and "From My Head To My Heart."

    If You are a fan of John Mayer or matchbox twenty, you will definitely like this cd. It was a pleasant surprise for me and could be as well for you if you pick up this album. ... Read more

    Asin: B00005R60B
    Sales Rank: 23437
    Subjects:  1. Folk-Rock    2. Pop    3. Rock   


    The Man Who
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    With The Man Who, Scottish quartet Travis captured the very essence of their homeland, and unassumingly blew us away. The moderately paced, longing melodies, and lead singer Fran Healy's quietly desperate vocals, provide a haunting mask on what is actually a rugged, enduring, and entirely beautiful slice of Brit-rock. --Beth Massa ... Read more


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    3-0 out of 5 stars Undeserving to be compared to Radiohead
    I think it a misnomer to compare this band to Radiohead - as they often are - even after they employed the esteemed Nigel Godrich, for the following reasons.

    First off - I will unashamedly admit Francis Healy has an excellent voice - really soothing and mellow and does bring up connotations of Thom Yorke on "Bulletproof ...", but - the songwriting this band puts forth is just shallow and seems to lack any real substance - in short, it is unconvincing to the listener. Chord progressions/changes are simple and elementary, lyrics seem strained and also unconvincing. But take the songs put forth by Radiohead - chord progressions are intermediate (Thom Yorke seems to use more augmented and diminished chords than he probably does major and minor), time signatures are at in some songs are very strange (take "Pyramid Song" for instance), and his lyrics have real depth and honesty to them - they can make your heart bleed, so to speak.

    Anyways, not to be too hard on Travis - they're a decent band with a great singer and this album is OK (and so are their others) - an honest pop effort. If only someone in the band had the gift for songwriting Thom Yorke has, I think this band would deserve such a comparison.

    But, all things considered, I think it misleading to compare them to a band like Radiohead - however, few bands could be compared to them for all that Yorke accomplishes through his own brand of unique, intense, and really brilliant songwriting, so they shouldn't be put out too much. Cheers.

    3-0 out of 5 stars beautiful, mellow, but bordering on inert
    I assume that the 252 previous reviews have said almost everything there is to say about this album.I don't own this album: a friend just loaned me their copy.I don't love this album, but only because it is not really my cup of tea.It is mostly beautiful music with lots of rich texture from delay.It has lots of feeling and some of the lyrics are interesting, unexpected and cool.But, most of this is radio friendly, and a lot of people would say it is bland, although that's unfair.I haven't heard their other albums, but this album is unashamedly mellow, and that is probably why a lot of people obviously love it.And, as people have already indicated, there are parts of it with lots of similarity to Radiohead and Coldplay and rare, but occasional, definite similarities to Oasis.But, there is nothing raunchy about this album, except the bonus track.

    Anyway, the reason I was inspired to inflict another review on this website was to say that track 10, Slide Show, has the most beautiful strings (a quartet, I guess) which I have ever heard on a pop or rock album.The guitar solo in this song is pretty awful, but mercifully short.The sweetness of the chorus melody over this beautifully balanced string arrangement is truly lovely.I'm not sure what the lyrics mean, but I thought they were cute and were, perhaps, saying that we may love and be moved by big, brash, pompous cultural statements (eg Beck and Oasis), but they are not reality, which is in fact the series of small and personal moments in everyone's life.

    'Cause there is no design for life
    There's no devils haircut in my mind
    There is not a wonderwall
    To climb or step around
    But there is a slideshow and it's so slow
    Flashing through my mind'

    Inevitably that will mean different things to different people.Apologies if I got that very wrong.The lyric and melody stuck in my mind more than anything else on the album.

    I don't know how many 'extra tracks' this CD is meant to have, but the version of the album I heard has only one hidden, bonus track, which is one of the best songs on the album.It starts at about 6 minutes, 49 seconds into track 10.This bonus track is not pop or mellow or bland.It's pretty much alternative rock, and was probably the most interesting track for me along with Slide Show.This bonus track is not as enjoyable as most of the radio-friendly pop on this album, but it was a refreshing way to end the album.

    If this were my cup of tea, I would have to give this album 5 stars.It's fairly brilliant in terms of what it is.Just a little slick and inert for me, although I feel harsh saying that, as it has lots of feeling and character and is not commercial or soulless.

    4-0 out of 5 stars A grower
    Upon initially hearing this album in 2000, I had panned it as a less adventurous clone of Radiohead. Of course, at the time, I was dutifully obsessed with Radiohead.

    Now, in 2004, I have learned that there are plenty of other bands out there just as good if not better than Radiohead. Travis certainly is just as good. Vocally, Fran Healy actually just might be better.

    The Man Who takes a while to sink in with it's mostly slow-tempo melancholy feel. In fact, the only two songs that move faster than mid-tempo are the jovial opener "Writing to Reach You" and the surprisingly chaotic hidden track "Blue Flashing Light". Both are great tracks but the real gems are all the ones in between.

    Where Travis really excels is in the simplicity of songs like "Luv" and "The Fear". Lyrically, it seems like a child could have written it. But that's part of what makes it so great. The "heart-on your-sleeve" writing style of Healy really pulls the listener in emotionally. Lines like "Everyday I wake up alone because I'm not like the other boys" from "As You Are" gets under my skin every time I hear it. It may take a few listens, but once you get "it", you can't get enough.

    I'm five years late, but I've finally gotten "it". Highly recommended along with their similar follow-up "The Invisible Band".

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    Subjects:  1. Pop    2. Rock   


    Kid A
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (03 October, 2000)
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    How is it that Kid A's opening track, laden with an electronic vocal stuttering "bleh, bluh-bleh bleh bluh" is the most fascinating statement made in rock & roll this year? Because somehow, even when Radiohead blathers and blips nonsense, it's profound. The band's future-perfect musical grammar may be hard to decipher, and the melody is even more subliminal, but the journey traveled with Radiohead reveals them to be not only rock music's greatest adventurers in 2000, but teachers as well.--Beth Massa ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Dreamy
    Awesome, at first i didnt get into this album but then when u lie down and close your eyes its takes you on a journey. I wont rate the songs individually because i see the album as one continuous song. Just dont judge the album by on the first listen. Also dont think of it as music as most of it isnt, just open your mind

    1-0 out of 5 stars Optimistic...
    ...but this is pure sc***! I would give minus 1000 stars if I could...man, this music is rubbish! Just whining!

    5-0 out of 5 stars 2:00am
    There are recordings that just sound better in the dark, perhaps when you've come out from passing out the night before in the middle of the night. Maybe you had an incredible evening with a lover...or just broke up with one, your mind in pieces from grief. An album like this is perfect for times when you just want to be quiet inside and ---listen---. Amazing, highly original, atmospheric, electronic rock. Same can be said for the follow-up, "Amnesiac". ... Read more

    Asin: B00004XONN
    Subjects:  1. Pop    2. Rock   


    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    After two years off following the release of the genre-expanding Nimrod, the usually insouciant trio Green Day are open to some weighty self-analysis. Gone are the raging rants, cartoonish antics, and anthropological musings about the punk scene, replaced by an introspection that brings to mind Michael Stipe and Bono. Like the U2 frontman, Billie Joe Armstrong still hasn't found what he's looking for, but he knows where he's been and is eager to move past the days when Green Day were considered the clown princes of rock. Witness "Jackass," which cautions, "Everybody loves a joke, but no one likes a fool." Proving that they aren't fools, Green Day take a substantial step forward, exploring new rhythms, sonics, and subjects. While many of the tracks are still cheeky and infectious, the deceptively simple melodies belie a quest for meaning, faith, and fulfillment. There's a tentative optimism here that's tempered by irony and flashes of self-loathing. Still, Warning transcends the darkness that clouded 1995's Insomniac. No longer so under the sway of the Buzzcocks and the Ramones, this time Armstrong and company dip into the early rock canon--the Beatles and Bob Dylan, among them. As a result, their first self-produced album is more "Nowhere Man" than "Blitzkrieg Bop." --Jaan Uhelszki ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Smartest reviewer
    The CD is great Green Day is one of the best Punk bands around. Don't listen to smartest reviewer he has nothing to do with his time and listens to the music like the rest he is some what in the closet and has to keep an image.

    1-0 out of 5 stars my fav band, honey
    imagine me playing 2 or 3 chords over and over kicking a tree with out rhythm and screaming in an annoying voice,


    there you have it. that's about as much talent as the actual green day has. i'm glad to sum it up for. you could probably consider me the evil version of green day. what makes my one man band even more evil is i don't have that much more skill than green day, which as you can imagine i have none just like the actual green day. yeah, that's your typical pop punk band. one thing punk and pop punk bands have in common is the zero skill/talent factor. look mtv, i can make crappy music too, where's my video and music award? there's something there for the real, true punkers too. i write lyrics more intelligent than the political statements their beloved dirty bands have. when i say dirty, i mean the band members don't shower (probably for the political statement). i mean the true punkers hate green day so they must love my 23 second song about how green day sucks and the 2 chords and hitting something chaotically, oops, i meant drumming. i forgot drummers don't need to be good anymore like what you find in almost any other genre of music.


    5-0 out of 5 stars NOT MY FAVORITE BUT STILL GREAT

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    Subjects:  1. Pop    2. Rock   


    Cheap Trick - Authorized Greatest Hits
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (24 October, 2000)
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    4-0 out of 5 stars Inexpensive Prank
    Now if you ask me, and many 70s musical fans do now and again, Cheap Trick is quite possibly the ultimate 70s band composed of Caucasian males. I can't say they are the best band of the 70s flat out, but they might be the best one composed of Caucasian males. Their music is not timeless, but it was timely and it captured what that decade really was - a bridge betwixt the heady days of the 1960s and the corporate society of the 1980s. Cheap Trick kind of connected the two unrelated sides and managed to come out smelling like a sweaty rose.

    This here collection is a slice of their best stuff and a few live versions thrown in for good measure. As I am not a die-hard fan, some of these cuts were new to me... and I must confess that I liked them enough to keep right on tapping my toes as I heard them for the first time. I know a lot of folk will complain that there are things wrong with this here CD... like certain tracks were omitted and thus the product is less than it might could have been, or that certain tracks were included and it diminished the cultural impact of the overall collection... to them I have only one thing to say... "hush up."

    This CD is great... even better than great... it's splendiferous. Mama likes to have it on when she's in the kitchen fixin' up vittles for me and the youngin's, and Bernice (that's Betty Mae's cousin who's staying with us until she and Lester work things out) claims this CD helps her relax after a hard day out in the cabbage patch.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Kings Of Power Pop
    If The Cars, The Knack, Bazooka Jones and The Romantics are princes of power pop, then Cheap Trick are the Kings. This is a great 'sampler' of some of their most popular tracks. I would have preferred the studio version of "The Flame". but this rare live offering is a nice variation. If you don't have any Cheap Trick (why, you wouldn't I don't know) then this would be a good segway into one of the greatest powerpop bands of all time.

    4-0 out of 5 stars The best single disc collection.
    "Cheap Trick" seems like one of those bands like "The Cars" that doesn't get much credit, but are totally awesome! This basically is a great collection. The big hits "I Want You to Want me", "Dream Police", and "Surrender", along side favorites like "Tonight it's You" and "Southern Girls". PLUS a live version of "The Flame" and the theme song from "That 70's Show". Even though others don't like "Mandocello", I really like it. Being a child of the 80's, I would have liked "Ghost Town" on here, but at least it doesn't have "Magical Mystery Tour" like the other collection does. Overall a great cd, and not getting it right now would be "cheap". ... Read more

    Asin: B00004YC1W
    Sales Rank: 12287
    Subjects:  1. Album Rock    2. Arena Rock    3. Hard Rock    4. New Wave    5. Pop    6. Pop/Rock    7. Power Pop    8. Rock   


    James Taylor - Greatest Hits, Vol. 2
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (07 November, 2000)
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    After the frequently dark themes of his Warner Bros. years, James Taylor lightened his approach in the '80s and '90s with gentle affirmations such as "That's Why I'm Here" and "Shed a Little Light." Greatest Hits Volume 2, a sequel to the 1976 disc that has sold 11 million copies, covers this material with a generous 16 cuts. Unfortunately, thanks to the often too-polite production and acouple too many oldies covers ("Handy Man" is exquisite, "Up on the Roof" and"Everyday" somnolent), the work here is uneven and blurred together. A handfulof gems do prevail, though; especially notable are "Secret o' Life"--perhapsTaylor's truly wisest song ever--and "(I've Got to) Stop Thinkin' 'Bout That."--Rickey Wright ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars The title says it all!
    In 1977,James Taylor shifted from the Warner Bros. label to Columbia which he still records on today. That year,his JT album was released spawning the hits HANDY MAN and YOUR SMILING FACE. From 1979's FLAG,comes UP ON THE ROOF,first recorded in the 60's by the R&B group,The Coasters. From 1981's DAD LOVES HIS WORK comes HER DOWN TOO,a duet with ex-Eagle J.D. Souther. I also like EVERYDAY from 1985 and 1991's COPPERLINE. All the other songs are good. Taylor's musical style has not changed at all. Since he put out his first songs in 1970,he always displayed,in the aspect of sound,his soft-sounding acoustic guitar. A must for all soft rock fans.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Collection, But...
    I have this disc, but there is a song that's missing here, "Only One".That's a good song.I've heard it on the radio a few times, and I think it should have been on here.Still, I recommend this disc.

    I'm a huge James Taylor fan, I've been listening to him since I was born.

    5-0 out of 5 stars This album sucks
    Yeah, right.Anyone who thinks that this is a sub-par album should be strung up and pulled mercilessly through glass filled streets, then thrown into the ocean, then castrated.My father got me hooked as he always had James playing as I was growing up.I was more familiar with the older songs of Greatest Hits #1 but figured that #2 would be just as good.Even though I only knew half the songs it didn't take me long to like the lesser knowns.James has a smooth flowing sound that never gets old and hooks that linger in your head for hours.The album covers ballads, up-beat pop-rock, and simple country-like songs.I love throwing this disc in when I'm winding down or driving cross-country.A couple stand outs for me: Only a Dream in Rio, Your Smiling Face, and Secret of Life.A must for lovers of good smooth music, diverse tracks of goodness, and over-all talent. ... Read more

    Asin: B000050HV9
    Subjects:  1. Adult Contemporary    2. Folk-Rock    3. Pop    4. Pop/Rock    5. Rock    6. Singer/Songwriter    7. Soft Rock   


    Double Wide
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Uncle Kracker * follow M*These are my thoughts on a
    These are my thoughts on a cd called uncle kracker. On e song on the cd is Follow Me track 4. This song is a slow song but it is one you would like. This cd was dedicated to is daughter named Skylar. If I had to rate this track I would rate it a 5 out of a 5. A overall rating of the best would be an A.
    This song has no hidden tracks and a great price $13.98. This cd was released June 3,2000. Over those four years theres been over 4000 cds sold across America. The rating they give this cd is 31/2 stars. If you go to amazon.com , you could rate this cd your self.

    This cd is a pop, rock like track. My impression on this cd before I listened to it was ok. After I listened to it I thought that this track was a great cd to relax to. There is eleven songs on this cd and all of them are good, great songs. The people who buy this track you will be happy because no matter what you will not be disappointed for buying a $13.98 cd.

    This cd can be compared to Kid Rock. Kid Rock and Uncle Kracker are good friends. This track will be good for a party or just to listen to. It will be one of the best tracks you will buy. Hey I bought it and I love it {NO NAMES}. So does my friend and next door neighbor. Have luck in buying one of the cd's and have fin.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Actually 4 and a half
    I never been a fan of rap, until I sat down and listened to this CD (especially Heaven).Also instantly becoming a Kid Rock fan as well, whom is featured in two of these tracks.Intro made me laugh out loud for some reason I can't explain.Better Days is a good song, but I'll admit, it got kinda annoying after three minutes.What Chu' Lookin at is my second favourite on this CD for it's mellow verse.Follow Me was the song I listened to this Cd for.Heaven is now my all time favourite song.Steaks N' Shrimp was my least favourite on the CD, but I didn't hate it.Who's Your Uncle? was also not a favourite, but not horrible.Whiskey and Water is my favourite rap/ blues songs I've heard, the only one I've heard too.Yeah Yeah Yeah was good for the mellow, and some of the rap made me laugh.Aces and 8's, tells a good story and is sinister enough for my usual taste.You Can't Take Me is a great way to end this clasic in the Hip Hop/Punk Rock culture.

    5-0 out of 5 stars What a Cd!
    Wow! This is one of the best album's ive ever got. I listened to it for the first time and fell in love. Good Rap/Rock/Country Mix. Not Like His Other 2 albums.
    1. Intro - Kracker gettin on a train...ready to go to the real world

    2.Better Day's - Very good rhymes.Best Song on cd.Not My personal favorate though. 5/5

    3.What Chu' Lookin' At? Another hit. 4.8/5

    4.Follow Me- 1st single. Different then the rest. 3/5

    5.Heaven (feat.Kidrock and Paradime)- My favorate. Kick a** 1,000,000/5

    6.Steaks and Shrimp - Greatness. Another Hip-hop Track. 4.6/5

    7.Who's Your Uncle - Hip-Hop Track. Good. 4/5

    8.Whiskey & Water - A hip-hop/Country track. Could of Been Better. 4/5

    9.Yeah Yeah Yeah - 2nd Single.One Of the better Songs. Its More Rock Then Hip-Hop. 5/5

    10.Aces & 8's - Very Different. Tells a good story. 4/5

    11.You Cant Take Me - Good Song To End The Album.

    Overall: Could of been longer but its kick azz. ... Read more

    Asin: B00004R7TD
    Sales Rank: 17984
    Subjects:  1. Album Rock    2. American Trad Rock    3. Hard Rock    4. Pop    5. Rap-Metal    6. Rap-Rock    7. Rock    8. Singer/Songwriter   


    Dance With Me
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (15 August, 2000)
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    Not only does Debelah Morgan have the rock-hard abs, R&B chops,and high vocal register that made Mariah Carey ahousehold name, but she also has extensive classical training thatgives some legitimacy to the Bach and Bizet samples sprinkled among heralbum's hip-pop beats. On personality, however, Carey needn't worry:Morgan's Dance with Me has no spirit of its own and no story totell. The usual mix of dancefloor tracks and ballads here includes somegood ones, such as "Baby I Need Your Love" and "Let's Get It On," andsome not-so-good ones, such as "Come and Dance" and "Can't Stop LovingYou." But all are predictable retreads of songs you've heard before.Morgan's voice is strong, but her material holds her back, keeping herout of contention in this age of the superdiva. --Courtney Kemp ... Read more


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    2-0 out of 5 stars Not good........
    For some reason ive been wanting this cd. I thought it contained the upbeat version of I remember. But it didnt and i am highly pissed. this whole cd sucks, too many ballads.

    5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT ALBUM
    This is a great album.I don't think it got any promotion.This girl can blow.Debelah is just another artist that deserves a lot of credit and was passed over.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Debelah Should Be More Successful
    I think Debelah Morgan is one of the best-kept secrets of today's music.She has an amazing voice and writes her own material.I think she should be far more successful than some of her pop/R&B contemporaries.She has the vocal range of Mariah Carey, the pop appeal of Christina Aguilera, and the soul of Toni Braxton, as is showcased on this album:
    1. DANCE WITH ME - This infectious dance song was Debelah's only (minor) hit.The lyrics are catchy beyond belief, and the salsa-spiced beats are great.One of the best dance songs ever, in my opinion - 5/5
    2. I REMEMBER - A sweet, Mariah-esque mid-tempo song.The lovey-dovey lyrics and mediocre production aren't my favorite on the disc, but Debelah's voice more than pulls them off as she demonstrates her stunning range - 5/5
    3. CLOSE TO YOU - A gorgeous ballad that Debelah delivers with startling conviction and emotion.One of my favorites on this album, and a true classic love song - 5/5
    4. LET'S GET IT ON - Another funky smash with sexy lyrics and an addictive chorus.This one is almost as danceable as #1, though it's definitely not one of my favorites.Sounds a bit too much like other R&B songs out there - 4/5
    5. I CAN'T STOP LOVING YOU - This one is pure, smooth R&B with a hint of jazz.The piano opening also adds to its appeal.This one is mid-tempo with good lyrics, though the chorus can get a bit annoying - 5/5
    6. TAKE THE RAIN AWAY - This song is probably the most poppy one on the record, though there are hints of Toni Braxton-like soul and even some disco.Still, it's a bit too bubblegum for my tastes - 4/5
    7. WHAT WOULD YOU DO - My favorite song on the record.This ballad is along the same lines as #3, though these lyrics tell of a woman threatening to leave her man if he doesn't treat her better.Vocally, the best song on the album - 5/5
    8. THINK OF YOU (intro) - Bah!I hate interludes!This accapella opening to the following track actually isn't half-bad, though - 4/5
    9. THINK OF YOU - One of my least favorite songs.It has a cheesy melody and even cheesier lyrics.This one sounds as though she's trying to compete with the likes of Britney Spears, though it's a poor attempt - 3/5
    10. BABY I NEED YOUR LOVE - A throbbing mid-tempo R&B jingle that will undoubtedly have you dancing to the urban-influenced melody and singing along to the almost disgustingly catchy lyrics - 5/5
    11. BRING BACK THE SUN - Another ballad, though not as good as #'s 3 and 7.It still showcases her vocal range, though not as well as the two aforementioned ballads.I also don't care for the lyrics - 4/5
    12. COME AND DANZ - Similar to #1 but with a slightly different sound, this song is another infectious party jam that is bound to slap your behind onto the dancefloor.I think Debelah can compete with Janet Jackson at turning otherwise forgettable upbeat songs into dance anthems - 5/5
    13. ALRIGHT - This song is a pretty mid-tempo ballad, I guess, but I'm not really into religious music, so it's my least favorite song on the record.Skip this one if you're not into Christian music, like me - 3/5
    14. FALL IN LOVE AGAIN - I'm glad they included this bonus track on the album because it's my favorite song besides #7.Another mid-tempo smash that probably would have made a very successful single - 5/5 ... Read more

    Asin: B00004W5MH
    Subjects:  1. Adult Contemporary    2. Contemporary R&B    3. Pop    4. R&B    5. Urban   

    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (20 February, 2001)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Surprisingly good!
    Upbeat, fun, danceable, refreshing, and with smooth vocals.

    Nice flow to the entire CD, and it is NOT filled with a repetitive sound.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good, but a bit commercial
    This is a good album and has some very nice and pleasant trance, dance tunes but the only thing that prevents me from giving it a 5 star is that it is a bit commercial. The best tracks on the album are "Toca Me", "Every Time You Need Me", "Everybody Knows" and the UK No.1 "Toca's Miracle". It's a good dance party album but it's not trance apart from one or two tracks on the album. If you're new to this genre then it's a good beginner's guide to the world of Trance/Dance scene...Welcome!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Trance CD
    This is a must for melodic trance lovers. A great collection and good vocals.. Awesome compilation... This import CD comes packaged with three videos too.. Worth every cent... ... Read more

    Asin: B000056O96
    Sales Rank: 82867
    Subjects:  1. Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Club/Dance    3. Dance    4. Pop    5. Rock    6. Trance   


    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (20 June, 2000)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Xtraordinary Dance Album
    I bought this album after falling in love with the track 'Release me' which got a bit of radio play in NYC.The album features excellent mixes, in particular the extended dance mixes of Release me, I'm in love and Someone to hold.Major kudos to the remixers - I've listened to these traxx hundreds of times and I still love dancing wildly to them.X-elent album

    5-0 out of 5 stars The #1 FAN
    Knowing Veronica is an honor! Her music is so incredible and her talent is so amazing! Being a fan of hers since she came out with "NO ONE BUT YOU", I've stuck by her and supported everything she's put out, even owning her first album "V...as in Veronica". This album is still one of her best specially all her hits being remixed!!! I've also had the honor to book her @ the nightclub where I work and her LIVE performances are amazing!!! Let's be on the look out for her new projects in the near future!
    check out her new single "Love in Bombay"

    5-0 out of 5 stars Something to Hold and Play Over and Over
    This is the ultimate CD for Veronica fans.The Johnny Vicious Mix of Someone to Hold is simply the best dance mix of all time.That mix alone is worth the price of this CD. ... Read more

    Asin: B00004U39W
    Sales Rank: 44224
    Subjects:  1. Dance Music    2. Pop   


    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (23 May, 2000)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing!!!
    Great remix package. Top notch mixes from best US remixers. ... Stunning package!

    1-0 out of 5 stars Nasty rave mixes of great soulful house songs
    It's a shame that Kim English's record label have commissioned such a dire set of remixes. In their original form (on the "Higher Things" LP), these songs are soulful house tunes. Almost all of these remixes strip out the subtle melodies and replace them with grating noises and effects, often obliterating Kim English's vocals in the process. Avoid this LP and buy "Higher Things" instead.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Remix Album Since Madonna's "You Can Dance"!
    Remix albums are mixed bags in that, almost always, the beat is front and center while the hooks, melodies and oftentimes even the vocals are relegated to the background (when they aren't removed altogether).If you're dancing in a club, then that's probably a trade-off you're willing to make; if you're not, then the average remix album will probably disappoint you.Kim English's "Re-Energized" is that rare remix album that works both in a club and in your living room; it's the most listenable collection of remixes I've heard in ages.Overall the production is unobtrusive, letting the singer's warm yet powerful vocals shine.The standout tracks are a cover of Anita Baker's "Been So Long," remixed by the very-hot Wamdue Project; a driving version of "Supernatural" by Michael T. Diamond; and the bouncy No. 1 dance hit "Missing You," mixed by Mind Trap.The now-classic Razor-N-Guido remix of "Unspeakable Joy" is also included, but note that it's in edited form.In fact, for some reason the CD is divided equally between radio edits and long versions.For the most part these remixes actually improve upon the originals (contained on English's excellent 1997 CD "Higher Things") -- and when's the last time you could say that about a remix album?Absolutely essential.Now, can we please get an album of new material? ... Read more

    Asin: B00004TCFN
    Sales Rank: 162700
    Subjects:  1. Club/Dance    2. Dance Music    3. House    4. Pop    5. Trance   

    Various 01: Dancemusic: Modernlife
    Audio CD (18 April, 2000)
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    Complex rhythm engineering and ambient texturing are broughtinto the spotlight of Modernlife. This dance-inducingcompilation shows off Angelmoon's "He's All I Want" as its crown jewel.Woven with the ethereal guitar work, Moony's elated vocals are aperfect launch for the electric atmosphere of this album. But in no waydoes the adventure end there. The disc finds its climax traveling downan otherworldly highway at breakneck speeds with the euphoric remix ofMoby's "Natural Blues." Other celebrity attractions that add up to alively listen include the smoky spoken-word crackle of Underworld's"Push Upstairs" and the galactic abstractions of Mercury Rev's "DeltaSun Bottleneck Stomp (Chemical Brothers remix)." In a different vein,the glamour-funk overlay on Aphrodite's "B.M. Funkster" and AlexGopher's "Time" brings an element of soul-groove into the mix. For the75 minutes of cardiovascular work that it offers, this showcase isworth the attention. --Israel Button ... Read more

    Asin: B00004SBVY
    Subjects:  1. Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Ambient Techno    3. Club/Dance    4. Dance Music    5. Electronica    6. House    7. Pop    8. Techno    9. Trance    10. Trip-Hop   

    Various 02: Dancemusic: Modernlife
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (24 October, 2000)
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    4-0 out of 5 stars 3-Star mix at a 5-star price
    Though I can say I've heard better, I bought this album at 9.99 brand new. Those of you who have also grown accustomed to paying import prices of $20+ on a single compilation can imagine the relief my worn-out credit card felt. I was even more pleased with the disc's running time -- one hour of solid, well-mixed house tunes. I must agree with another reviewer who stated that the songs flow seamlessly from one to another, but also add that they tend to blur after about ten minutes of listening. I would recommend a pricier, more unique mix such as "Bargrooves: Espace Privee" if you're looking for more than just background music. That's not to say I'm going to toss this disc in a corner and forget about it. These are the perfect busy-beats to spin while doing paperwork, writing emails or chatting online. Rest assured, I'll be picking up Modernlife 01 & 03 as soon as i recover from my recent Hed Kandi purchases!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great Flow for a Dance Compilation
    I cannot believe that this cd was is the used bin! At first I was afraid to try it because of that. I went ahead and bought it, and I've been grooving all over the house. Unlike a lot of dance compilation where the flow can get jilted from different types of sounds, this one seems to flow seamlessly from one track to another. This is perfect for waking up in the morning or cleaning up the house. It's filled with a lot of happy energy.

    5-0 out of 5 stars house fans get this CD
    This CD is not only a bargain but filled with solid groovy house toons.It's a must have for anyone that loves their house, perfect for the car, partying, or chillout, one of my personal favorites and folks are always asking me what it is. ... Read more

    Asin: B00004ZBDZ
    Sales Rank: 174686
    Subjects:  1. Club/Dance    2. Dance Music    3. Electronica    4. Hip-Hop    5. House    6. Pop    7. Techno   

    Behind the Sun
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (01 August, 2000)
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    For some, outfits like producer Nick Bracegirdle's Chicane are not easy to swallow. Isolating the more jubilant properties of trance, the beat is a light bounce, levitating above club-dance brainlessness, sounding like a house music hybrid meant for sparkling sunshine instead of dark and sweaty warehouses. They exist in an idealized, pseudo-enlightened fairy tale filled with bright colors and youthful beauty. But that's not the problem. What rankles purists and picky fans is the audacity with which these "techno" artists go after the unconverted common folk, dragging electronic music out of its druggy, "in-crowd" pretensions. Bracegirdle and contemporaries like Olive, Sneaker Pimps, and BT (the last, most noticeably on his Movement in Still Life) are waging a turf war on the boundaries between techno and pop music, each using different tactics and borrowing from different sources. Chicane throws out an especially cutting salvo in the battle here, and it's a doozy. None other than Bryan Adams lends his raspy tenor to the subtle grooves and euphoric dreaminess of "Don't Give Up." It's one thing for Liam Gallagher to lend his pipes to a Chemical Brothers track, or for BT to tap Tori Amos for the ubiquitous club hit "Blue Skies," but Bryan Adams? Is this heresy? Or an ingenious use of vocal color that yields an incredibly hummable dance anthem?Maybe it's best not to analyze What It All Means. Just sit back and enjoy the summery grooves, trusting these ongoing musical inspirations to become whatever they need to be. --Matthew Cooke ... Read more

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    4-0 out of 5 stars Refreshing - Something Different, Great Change of Pace
    I admit, I had not heard of Chicane until I saw Bryan Adams' "Live at Slane Castle" DVD.During the encore I was completely blown away by the the keyboards and rhythm of one Nick Bracegirdle when Adams and the band performed "Don't Give Up". I knew this wasn't a Bryan Adams song, but I knew this was a track I had to find. It was at that point, I sought to try to find out what album contained "Don't Give Up". It turns out that this song was on the album "Behind the Sun". For the most part I discovered that Chicane was actually a musical project run by Nick Bracegirdle.It was a mix of New Age music with Techno dance music.Some may actually refer to Chicane as "trance music".Overall, I was surprised because I found the whole album a refreshing experience from what is out on the music scene today.

    "Behind the Sun" was released in 2000.For an album released at the beginning of the new millennium, it seems the most unlikely album to fit in with today's music.It was back in the late 1980s that the music scene switched from Synth-Pop to a more natural guitar-laden sound. Eventually this guitar-laden sound led to the emergence of "Alternative Rock" on the music scene. Groups like Nirvana led for all practical purposes a musical revolution that brought Alternative Rock to the forefront.But I also think there was backlash to this movement that has occurred over the last decade.This backlash has been the emergence of the "cookie cutter" artists. In other words much of the Alternative Rock music that started to emerge in the late 1990s began to sound almost the same - whether it was the vocals, the guitar chords, or drum beats. When you look at Chicane, it is basically a polar opposite to the alternative rock movement.Chicane's sound is going to be heavily predicated on the use of synthesizers and technology.This might not be "in line" with today's (or even back in the year 2000's) music trends, but I find it a very refreshing change of pace to listen to this type of music.As mentioned above, the sound that Bracegirdle gets with Chicane is a cross between New Age and Techno dance music. As for the "dance" music aspects, I also have found "Behind the Sun" to be a refreshing change from the "Hip-Hop" influenced dance music that is played in many nightclubs today.It's a shame that more of Bracegirdle's music isn't played in the clubs.

    Bracegirdle positions "Behind the Sun" as a concept album. In the liner notes, Bracegirdle writes that the album reflects a year in the life of the Chicane Project.He mentions the "highs and lows, from the madness of Ibiza and open air live sets to the isolation of the studio in the winter months, collecting a head full of new flavours and ideas". The references to Ibiza refer to the warmth of being in that part of Spain during the summer while the winter reference in the studio refers to being back in the United Kingdom. So overall, I think it is fair to assess this particular album as "a year in the life". The references to the seasons play a key role on the theme and name of this album - "Behind the Sun".You will see a lot of references to the sun rising and setting (which I guess plays an indirect role with the seasons) in many of the vocal parts of the songs.In "No Ordinary Morning", there is the reference "And as the sun would set you would rise".The song "Autumn Tactics" has lots of references to the sun: "Hiding sun, like the hiding sun, feels like its just begun..".Finally the classic song "Don't Give Up" has the line "Don't worry if the Sun don't shine".
    Most of Chicane is going to be about the instrumentals. Although there are four songs with vocals, it is the instrumentals that are going to be key.On just about every track, Bracegirdle makes some incredible use of bass sounds that really provide for some of the outstanding rhythms.Most of the songs are going to take you on a music journey and seem to tell a story.Chicane makes some great use of vocals.The most popular vocalists are by Bryan Adams on "Don't Give Up" and Clannad's Maire Brennan on "Saltwater". Adams contribution to "Don't Give Up" is well known.Adams comes full-circle back to a dance style record - years earlier he recorded "Let Me Take You Dancing" as a teen.Adams had his voice augmented on that album and to this day he hates it. On "Don't Give Up", Bracegirdle does mix Adams' voice slightly.Although the song is great, I would still have liked to have heard this song in Adams' natural voice - just like he does on the "Live at Slane Castle" DVD.As for "Saltwater", Maire Brennan is going to sing this song in Irish - and it is going to compliment the musical journey that the instrumentals take you on perfectly.
    "Don't Give Up" and "Saltwater" are two of the top songs on this collection.They actually appear twice - "Saltwater" has an additional mix ("The Thrillseekers Mix")and "Don't Give Up" has a shortened (radio edit) version as a hidden track. The better versions are the extended "original mix" versions of these songs. There are plenty of other outstanding tracks. "Halycon" is a pure instrumental musical story - terrific stuff.Also very strong tracks are "Autumn Tactics" and "Overlap".Overall, there are no bad tracks -great stuff overall.
    I would have liked to have seen more in the way of lyrics in the liner notes.The liner notes do include some 360 degree photography by Bryan Adams.Overall, this is an outstanding collection.It's something different and a great change of pace.Highly recommended.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Hello People!!!
    Um Hello! this album came out in 2000...where have ya been!!! if you like this album...go out and try and find anything that Chicane has done from 1995 to 2000, and you will have such amazing music...recent work is nothing but pop/house...not anything like the works from 2000 on backwards...don't know who wrote "Chicane doesn't have much out there"...but, Chicane does in fact have tons of stuff. Get the album Far From the Maddening Crowds(1997)...and you'll never look back...

    5-0 out of 5 stars Good Lord!
    I don't know if I could say enough about this album and do it justice.

    This is easily the greatest CD I have ever heard and the best CD in my collection...and I listen to everything (Hip Hop, R&B, Techno, Dance, Rock...) Every single song on this CD is beautiful and perfectly organized. I have never played this CD for anyone (especially girls) in my car and them say..."WOW, can you copy that for me."

    This is truly an unreal album. I don't know what to say. Chicane...I don't know who you are and why you don't have more stuff, but I really doubt you can top this album. I was kind of holding back by giving this recomendation because I don't want everyone owning this CD (it has truly become a special piece of my CD collection). A few months ago my CD's were all stolen but thank God this was one that was left.

    This CD truly takes you for a ride, a beautiful adventure of mind and spirit, and then brings you back down feeling euphoric. It's hard if impossible to skip a song on this CD, they are all so good and beautifully blended together. I've owned it for 3 years and still feel like I just bought it. Like I said...if you like Mellow, Chill type music...get this CD. I really don't think there has been a better CD made if you like that kind of Music.

    Chicane...if you're reading this...thank you so much. Thank you for giving us this CD. I know it will be hard (if not impossible) to make anything like it again...but I really hope I hear something like this again from you.

    thank you. ... Read more

    Asin: B00004UARG
    Subjects:  1. Ambient Techno    2. Club/Dance    3. Dance Music    4. Pop   


    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Audio CD (17 October, 2000)
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Tearin' Up the Dancefloor
    If you're looking for hands-in-the-air, totally uplifting and energizing Progressive House, look no further than this debut CD from the guys who started it all: Razor n' Guido.After a string of dancefloor mega-hits with both original productions (incl. "You Used To Hold Me" & "The Buildup") and remixes (incl. Robert Miles' "Fable" & Kylie Minogue's "Did It Again"), the Long Island progenitors of the East Coast Progressive House sound have released this amazingly solid CD.Highlights include the super-charged title track, "Dancefloor", the simmering percussion tease of "In The Music" and, of course, the first single, "Miss The Way".Their previous hit, "Do It Again" is on here, too.Overall, this is a really fun CD and it's non-stop format will have people tearin' up the floor whether at a club or your next house party.

    5-0 out of 5 stars INCREDIBLE!
    I was really looking forward to the release of this CD. It is soooo awesome. If you need something to pump you up or just to work out to, this is an awesome disc. When I first heard it, i woulda gave it 4 stars, but after listening to it more, i must say its fawless. I've had this cd for over a month now, and i still find or hear something new every time!! I will never get tired of this! They are such a talented duo and I cannot wait to hear more from them. I love thier remixes too!

    5-0 out of 5 stars I Miss the K that you Love Me
    Reina's vocals in "miss the way" were slamming so hard against my ear drums, she took me right out of the deepest k-hole I've ever been in. The mountain I laid on myself was nothing compared to this slammin track. If it wasn't for her jacked boyfriend and insane NWA wanna be bodyguard, I'd ask her to marry me. ... Read more

    Asin: B00004Z3N0
    Sales Rank: 176503
    Subjects:  1. Club/Dance    2. Dance Music    3. Garage/House    4. Pop   

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