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New Old Songs [Clean]
Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (04 December, 2001)
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5-0 out of 5 stars the pnly remix cd worth listening to
this is a good cd i would recomend it to anyone

5-0 out of 5 stars The CD is the shiz
This CD is awesome, it's a great compilation, with a little less bite, it's nice to just chill too.

1-0 out of 5 stars Seriously, you call this Metal?
Ok, right, in all seriousness, i used to like LB, the first album was pretty neat, sure the songwriting was poor, but wes made the band come alive, from there on they gradually lost something with each album, and choc starfish was a poor rap/metal album, with blatant chiched lyrics, and some awful "songs" but its a masterpiece compared to this. LB had nowt to do with it, the producers took their random selection of track and just changed the music! freds lyricks sound even more shakey than usual without the chug of wes's guitar to back them up, the beats are [bad], i mean, i want to wriet a really fair review but ist liek this, if you liek rap, then this album [is bad], if you liek metal, there isnt ANY here, its by far the worst LB album ever, it totally sticks of a band who are desperate to rake in all they can, and i guarantee if anyone can say theres one good thing about it they are lying, i hoep LB can find their old sound one day but this is a joke ... Read more

Asin: B00005RZV6
Sales Rank: 129108


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J to tha L-O! The Remixes
Average Customer Review: 3.63 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (05 February, 2002)
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2-0 out of 5 stars JUST FOLLOW WITH ME...
OK,first and foremost,I must admit that YES,I am a J-Lo hater.
She's becoming a bit too ubiqtious for my taste and her style-from her clothing to her "music" is bit too preditible and forced for me.BUT...I did find her new remix album,"J To The
L-O!",a bit intresting.

"J To The L-O!" was released just over a year after Lopez's
second album,"J-Lo" debuted at #1 on the Billboard charts.
Condience? Yeah,right!
NO,let me get this straight,I am no fan of Jennifer Lopez's music.But some of the remixes on here do cure the stiff vocals,
poor production,and limp writing that bogged down her last two previous studio efforts.

For instance,the Trackmasters do a good reworking of "I'm
Gonna Be Alright",featuring rapper 50 Cent(remember "How To Rob"
from 1999-that same guy) that resuces the originally bland record.
Also top-knotch is the RJ Schoolyard mix of "Love Don't Cost A Thing" and Puffy's(yes,Lopez' ex-beau!) fierce mix of "Feelin'
So Good"-which features G.Dep.(Question:If Puff-or I'm sorry Diddy-did a remix for J.Lo,does it means they're on good terms?)
The Hex Hector mix of "Waiting For Tonight" has great house feel that's very commerical yet still has a tad of authenic dance flavor.

And I can't mention top-knotch remixes on this album without mentioning J.Lo's homeboy,multi-platinum MC Ja Rule.
J.Lo owes a lot to Ja,I mean he salvaged not one but two of her songs that on the road to descrution.First "I'm Real".
Originally a up-tempo,Pop/R&B jam(that featured vocals from Puff)
got morped by Ja and his Murder Inc. brethen into a slick,laid back groove that gave J.Lo a new direction.Yes,she couldn't sing
but the remix did give her a new direction-of sorts.

Next up,"Ain't It Funny",originally a faux-Latin dance track,
got transformed into a very,very radio-friendly but likeable
hip hop influenced joint that features a gruff guest rap by
Cadaliah Tah.

Yet with all the suprisingly high points on "J To The L-O!",
the mishaps were inevitable.A couple bland,uninspired "dance"
mixes could've be excluded and the wannabe-Mariah Carey ballad
"Alive" does nothing but make you cringe(Note to J.LO:Baby,you're not there vocally.Stick to more dance-oriented
material).

Alright then,this J-Lo hater/openminded music fan gave J-Lo
a chance and found himself feeling this stuff on here.
I'm still no J-Lo fan but I can say that,some of the mixes on here aren't too bad.

+Music purists-please don't laugh at me.I'm just trying to be as open and diverse as I can be! THANKS

5-0 out of 5 stars Jennifer Lopez- J To Tha L-O! (The Remixes)
This would seem just a filler, money-maker CD, but it's much more than that! What a disc from J.Lo here! It's packed with old, classic remixes from mixers like Hex Hector and Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, but also some new slammin' club edits from Pablo Flores and Metro. The two "Murder" Remixes featured on here, make the CD even better. Guest appearances include: The late "Big Pun"'s partner, "Fat Joe", Ja Rule, P. Diddy, newcomer "G. Dep", & Cadillac Tah. These 11 tracks, supposedly twelve, but the supposed duet with Anastacia doesn't even exist, I don't think. It's got many ups, but some lows, not many but there are some, but still worthy of a 5 star rating. Here's my individual reviews of the tracks:

1. Love Don't Cost A Thing (RJ Schoolyard Mix ft. Fat Joe)- Personally, I like the "No Rap" edit, but J. Lo decided to put the rap version with Fat Joe on here. Remix was done by Rodney Jerkins, and it's a completely different track from the original album version. It's got a whole lot of bass, very danceable as well. It was a club hit, but it was futured as a break-down in the 'Love Don't Cost A Thing' video, as well. Awesome mix!= 4 Stars (-1 for the unnecessary rap).

2. Ain't It Funny (Murder Remix ft. Ja Rule & Cadillac Tah)- The 1st of the two Muder Remixes on the CD, and this one is actually better than it's excessor. It features a guest appearence from newcomer "Cadillac Tah" and the tarck is completely different. It's got an incredible beat, completely different from the album version. The album version is very altin, cuban beats, this is straight-up R&B, which is great!= 5 Stars (great turn-around of not-such-a-good song).

3. I'm Gonna Be Alright (Track Masters Remix ft. 50 Cent)- A very good remix. Very catchy! Originally a track from her sophomore album "J. Lo". 50 Cent, the rapper on this track, gives a very good performance, not so annoying as P. Diddy or Mystikal's yelling all the time! These two work together well. A Very good, bassy remix. Very R&B! Awesome!= 5 Stars (a great track! Nothing wrong)

4. I'm Real (Murder Remix ft. Ja Rule)- The 2nd of the Murder Remixes. Ja Rule does have some very severe language in this one! Jennifer does have a word that caused some very severe controversy, but that died down. It's not just as like as the "Ain't It Funny" remix, but very similar. Got the same amount of bass, good, but it's startting to annoy me. It's been played out, no offense, but it's still an exceptional track for this CD.= 4 Stars (a lot, lot of unnecessary cursing)

5. Walking On Sunshine (Metro Remix)- A great club track! It changes the original's techno beat, to a nice pop-remix! It's just over 5:00 minutes in length, which is good, not too long, not too short. It's very discoy in a way. A great overall mix! Should be a club hit!= 5 Stars (Fabulous)

6. If You Had My Love (Darkchild Master Mix)- Another remix done by Rodney Jerkins. It was released about 2 years ago, but still a great dance track! Very R&B/Dancey kinda feel. It's actually kind of better than the original album version! A great mix by "Darkchild" one of my favorites on this CD! = 5 Stars (Again, another Fabulous Track)

7. Feelin' So Good (Bad Boy Remix ft. P. Diddy & G. Dep)- No offense! I don't like this mix at all!! P. Diddy ruins it! I can't believe she worked with him again! This mix ... It's the worst on the disc. The Thunderpuss & HQ2 Mixes are considerably better! Not recommended at all. U might like it, but I dont!= 2.5 Stars (Absolutely horrible!)

8. Let's Get Loud (Pablo Flores Remix)- One of my favorites! An instant club classic! The house beats are great! It's got a latin/pop/house kinda feel to it! Great! Just oveer 5 minutes which is good!= 5 Stars (Great!!)

9. Play (Sack International Remix)- It kind of slows the song down a little. But still a good R&B mix! It's dirty, so beware! LoL! I do like this mix, but not as much as the rest! It;s got a very computerized feeling to it. Very techno meets Thumpy R&B! Good, not great, but good. = 4 Stars (good but not great)

10. Waiting For Tonight (Hex's Momentous Radio Mix)- MY ABSOLUTE FAVORITE TRACK! Hex Hector did a fabulosu job on this mix! It was released again, about 1-2 years ago, but still an intstant club classic! Great beat, good vocals, overall, fabulous mix!= 5+ Stars (FABULOUS)

11. Alive (from Motion Picture "Enough")- A very nice ballad to close out a good cd! It's a track from her latest movie, "Enough". It is a song about her meaning of life! Very nice! = 5 Stars (Great ballad! Wonderful Ending)

Letter Grade : A

5-0 out of 5 stars the best selling remix album ever
Need I to say more? No matter how you feel about Jennifer, this is totally a great album, a collectin of great remixes, at which Jennifer was always good, usually remixes sound way worse that the originals, well not in this case. If you like the original of the songs, you just have to have this album, you'll just enjoy every second of it!@ ... Read more

Asin: B00005V9T1
Sales Rank: 18966
Subjects:  1. Pop    2. Pop Vocals   


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This Is the Remix
Average Customer Review: 3.57 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (12 March, 2002)
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4-0 out of 5 stars Good for newer fans who didn't hear the old stuff
I listened to this album in a Borders Books & Music in my area and I was excited but yet annoyed at this album. Some of these we have all heard before...including "No No No Part II" which is the radio version released. In addition there isn't really much of a remix to "Jumpin' Jumpin'" I was expecting more from Jermaine Dupri and the So So Def crew. It's just filled in rap with the same back ground making the song a bit longer but not by much. "Emotions" remixed sounds great and the harmonies are much better then the original. "Say My Name" Timbaland remix is OK but I've already heard this among others in "Love:Destiny" which was an exclusive album available in Target stores. So...if u have heard most of these remixes before or have the "Love:Destiny" (which was like 5 dollars or somewhere around there) album then I would NOT reccomend this. BUT if you got into Destiny's Child around their "Say My Name" and "Survivor" songs then I reccomend this...for it includes the song that started it all: "No No No Part II" featuring the talented Wyclef Jean of the Fugee's (Refugee Camp) which has got to be their BEST song to date and is a DC classic.

4-0 out of 5 stars Hot Dance Songs
I thought this was a pretty good album, considering that these have been heard before in their original states. I thought the beats were hot. (scale of 1-5)
No,No,No part 2: 4.5 Even though I've heard this song so many times a few years ago, I still love it.
Emotion: 4 The background music doesn't fit the lyrics, but the singing brings the song up.
Bootylicious: 5 Main reason I bought the CD. Better than the original Bootylicious.
Say My Name: 5 This is my favorite song off this CD. It is so much better than the regular song. Very catchy.
Bug A Boo: 3 Usually don't listen to this one. It's ok.
Dot: 4 Sounds like J Lo's If You Had My Love.
Survivor: 3.5 Isn't everyone tired of this already?
Independent Women part II: 4.5 It's got a futuristic beat. I think those little background sounds sound like something off the Jetsons. Great song to dance to.
Nasty Girl: 3.5 Nothing special.
Jumpin' Jumpin': 5 I love this! After the radio version of this song goes off, there's another one that is so much fun to sing and dance to.
Bills,Bills,Bills: 2 I don't like this song at all. Not worth listening to.
So Good: 4.5 This is a really good song, but it's just got a bad start. The song's got a mellow vibe to it.
Heard A Word: 4 I like this song, but Michelle doesn't have that strong of a voice to carry it. Nice slow song, though.
Overall, the CD is definitely woth buying. I've had it for about three weeks now and I haven't gotten tired of it yet.

5-0 out of 5 stars Half the remixes are better than the original
No No No Part 2 had no reason to be extended (there, I said it). Emotion [Neptunes Remix] is so much better than the original. The music is 100x better and their vocals are better as well. Bootylicious [Rockwilder Remix] was good, but should have been faster, not slower than the original. Now, Say My Name [Timbaland Remix] is good as a slow remix. Sounds much better than the original. I don't know about Bug A Boo {Refugee Remix], both versions don't really appeal to me. Dot {E-Poppi Remix] sounds similar to the original, but he made it sound more "Black" if you know what I mean. Survivor ["Extended" Remix] is horrible. That ain't no remix, that's like a 2nd version of the song. They should put on the radio remix that's on the Import of Survivor Album. Independent Woman II is great. Nasty Girl [Azza Nu Soul Remix] is great. Now here comes the club medleys, Jumpin Jumpin [Extended Remix]. Starts off with So So Def then goes into a club mix, the club mix sounds better. Next without stopping comes Bills, Bills, Bills [Livegig Remix], sounds just as good as the original. Without stopping again is So Good [Nu Soul Remix]. Starts off with people talking at a party then the music comes in, a slowed down version of the song. Heard A Word sucks. Good remix cd though. Die hard DC fans only! ... Read more

Asin: B00006310F
Sales Rank: 18768
Subjects:  1. Pop    2. R&B   


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The Whole Shebang: All Mixed Up
Average Customer Review: 3.06 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (25 September, 2001)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Why all the negative reviews?
This CD is really, really good. They did an excellent job with their remixes. I love the way their vocals sound in this one against the mix. Totally recommended!

4-0 out of 5 stars awesome!
i first listened to my best friend's copy of The Whole Shebang on an airplane flying home from france. i loved it and decided to buy my own. my friend offered to burn it for me when she returned from her florida trip- but i couldnt wait 3 weeks. i went to the store but all they had was the remix cd. i figured i'd buy it then and it could sustain me as i waited for my friend abbys copy.
however, i was suprised when i listened to it. it was awesome, and very upbeat. i especially love the beginning of 'i will..but', it has a lot of variety. i actually like this cd better than the original. the only song i really can't stand is 'lucky 4 you'. that is just [bad].

1-0 out of 5 stars What the *heck* is this?
I don't think SheDaisy will last much longer. A remix album?? SheDaisy is pulling a Paula Abdul: releasing a remix album just to sell a few more copies. I had this album for 2 hours and returned it to the store for something else. Seriously, this is very dissappointing. They are seriously pushing the line of country-pop.. they should re-consider their image and just focus on doing just pop. ... Read more

Asin: B00005NWMT
Sales Rank: 80752


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P Diddy & Bad Boy Records Present: We Invented the Remix
Average Customer Review: 3.55 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (14 May, 2002)
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3-0 out of 5 stars Slips Up.....
Sean "P. Diddy" Combs is the master of the remix true, but he definetly didn't invent it. This album is missing a great deal of the infamous remixes that Diddy has recorded over the years, including a number one hit (Mariah Carey's "Honey" remix), current radio hits ("Lights Camera Action"), classics ("Only You") and others that he recorded with artists like MC Lyte, Gina Thompson, Total, Dream and so forth, that put them on the map. Though some of these are old school songs, It would be great to hear them again, and they wouldn't be out of place on an album with some old school Biggie.

The album's best track is easily "Special Delivery", where G-Dep, Ghostface Killah, Keith Murray & Craig Mack invent themselves a hip hop classic, because they absolutley KILL this track. P. Diddy's "I Need a Girl Part 2" is hot as all hell, and is easily better then the original radio hit. Faith Evans "You Gets No Love" is fantastic and so is "Thats Crazy", Black Rob's answer to "Whoa".

The album may have these smashes, but the rest of the album lacks. The highly over played "I Need A Girl Part 1" is on here (a track I never liked), and the same can be said for the highly out of place "Unfoolish" by Ashanti. The 112 remixes on the album are conjoined, which is terrible because "Dance With Me" is one of the best remixes of all time and its only Sigel's verse and then cuts immediatley into "Peaches and Cream". Cheri Dennis' track "So Complete" doesn't change at all except a verse from Diddy, "No More Drama" is a discrace to the tear jerking original & "Bad Boy For Life" is just plain stupid.

This album is missing the remix of "Lets Get It" with the new Bad Boy rappers, anything by Total, Ma$e, Dream, and Shyne, yet includes remixes by non-Bad Boy artists like Ashanti & Mary J. Blige. I was expecting a little bit more out of this album, but hopefully the second edition will be better. Diddy is one [heck] of a remix master, but this album does little to nothing to reflect that.

4-0 out of 5 stars Tight Remixes
What's this? Is P. Diddy now trying to show J.Lo that his remixes are better than hers? Oh well, it don't matter cuz I definately think they are! First of all "We Invented The Remix" is a really good remix album from Bad Boy after that 25-tracked album "The Saga Continues" from 2001. This album features remixes of songs by Bad Boy artists, most of them coming from 2001. The album has a really bad first song "Special Delivery" I've got nothing against the song but they should've put this song in the middle and not as the song right after the introduction! The remixes which I think deserve credit are "Notorious" with Notorious B.I.G and Lil' Kim, it's such a party banger and if you own the album, this is a track not to miss. The remix of "That's Crazy" is also a really good one and deserves a listen from your ears. Mary J.'s "No More Drama" is another really good song, it brings out Hip-Hop and R&B together in a nice ballad-dance form. Personally to me "I Need A Girl" Part 2 is better than Part 1, in these two songs P. Diddy's still trynna get J.Lo's love back! Throughout this album, P. Diddy's still trynna show that he got big love for B.I.G, as Biggie is in three of the songs. The remix for "So Complete" is one remix that after Diddy's rap you can skip to the next track, Cheri Dennis sound's really boring on this track. The remix of "You Gets No Love" is a hot track, good outro song to the album, has a sample of "Sweet Dreams Are Made Of This" It's a really good track! Oh well, all I can say is that if you are a Bad Boy artist fan then you will definately not doubt this album, I think it deserves a great amount of credit considering all that Diddy's gone through. Oh well, that's all I'm gon' say, so if you like the works of P. Diddy, then cop this album! Peace out.....cop this aiight?!

5-0 out of 5 stars We Invented The Remix
Its your boy diddy.And right now are remix album is on fire!But,
to tell you the truth I did invent the remix.It all started in 1991.The first remix I did was with Jodeci.We sold about 2.5 million records.I thought I was on to sometihing.In 1994 I formed Bad Boy Recods.We did "Flava In Ya Ear Remix" and "One More Chance".In 2002,Bad Boy Records had made an album called"We Invented The Remix".On the CD you will hear your favorte bad boy artist
perform .And to make it better we made the return of Craig Mack.
He appeard on the Special Delivery Remix.It kind of reminds me and you of Flava In Ear Remix.Well I would like to say thank you.
Peace ... Read more

Asin: B000065CT3
Sales Rank: 8002
Subjects:  1. Pop    2. V/A Compilations   


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