Whatevar's Top 50 R&B Albums 2000-09

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  1. dUb

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    I truly was all over the Lucy Pearl album when I exchanged Can't Take Me Home for it - yeah I did that - and was certain I was the only person I knew who had it. R&B was, of course, a minority genre on these islands (or at least on MY ONE) at the time.

    Can I just take a second to salute Whatevar's dedication towards and ocd presentation of this hot moment? Okay.
     
  2. Whatevar

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    No it's not.
     
  3. Jonfessions

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    I don't really hear it. Besides, Holler was written in 1999
     
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    20. No More Drama
    Mary J. Blige

    (2001/2)

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    UK Chart Peak: #4
    US Chart Peak: #2

    A massive fan of the "Mary" album that came before this, I was mega excited when MJB exploded back with the Dr Dre produced HIT OF HER LIFE "Family Affair". She finally had a proper solo hit on her hands. "Dance For Me" sort of went by unnoticed by most white people, and then came "No More Drama". The album was swiftly re-released with a few new tracks (replacing some really good ones, sadly) and some less ghetto artwork, and bingo: overnight, Mary suddenly became a mainstream album seller in the UK. It's a long album but there are some excellent tracks if you stick with it (and skip the poetry). I never understood the fuss about "He Think I Don't Know", one of the new tracks - it always seemed tuneless and plodding to me - but it won her a Grammy, so what do I know? "Rainy Dayz" and the remix of "No More Drama" are still TUNES though. I just love Mary's voice - it seems to get better and better with age and experience.

    Track listing (singles in bold):

    "L.O.V.E."
    "Family Affair" (#8)
    "Steal Away" (featuring Pharrell)
    "Crazy Games"
    "PMS"
    "No More Drama" (#9)
    "Keep It Moving"
    "Destiny"
    "Where I've Been" (featuring Eve)
    "Beautiful Day"
    "Dance For Me" (featuring Common) (#13)
    "Flying Away"
    "Never Been"
    "2U"
    "In The Meantime"
    "Forever No More"
    "Testimony"

    Re-release new tracks:

    "He Think I Don't Know"
    "Rainy Dayz" (featuring Ja Rule) (#17)
    "No More Drama (Bad Boy Remix)" (featuring Diddy)

    "No More Drama" Live @ The Grammys
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    "Rainy Dayz" FEAT. WHITNEY HOUSTON Live @ Divas Las Vegas
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  5. Whatevar

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    19. Acoustic Soul
    India.Arie

    (2001)

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    UK Chart Peak: #55
    US Chart Peak: #10

    This is one of those albums that I bought on the strength of the first single, "Video". I think I saw it on TV or something and knew straight away that I loved the song and her voice, so got the album and wasn't disappointed. It's a very accomplished debut album, which was nominated for 7 Grammy Awards in 2002, including "Album of the Year", but was completely snubbed on the night. In amongst all the genius songs is the most amazing song in the world, "Ready For Love". I defy you not to weep. Her subsequent albums have all been good but she's never beaten this, in my opinion.

    Track listing (singles in bold):

    "Intro"
    "Video" (#32)
    "Promises"
    "Brown Skin" (#29)
    "Strength, Courage & Wisdom"
    "Nature"
    "Back to the Middle"
    "Ready for Love"
    "Interlude"
    "Always in My Head"
    "I See God in You"
    "Simple"
    "Part of My Life"
    "Beautiful"
    "Outro"
    "Wonderful (Stevie Wonder Dedication)"

    "Ready For Love" video
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    "Video" video :D
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  6. Whatevar

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    18. Sol-Angel And The Hadley St. Dreams
    Solange

    (2008)

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    UK Chart Peak: #180 :bruised:
    US Chart Peak: #9

    Who would've thought, after "Solo Star", that Bee's little sis would come out with this at the tail end of the decade? Her first album in five years was heavily influenced by 60s/70s Motown with a contemporary R&B edge in places. BUT BUT BUT elsewhere, there is a more alternative, electronic, downbeat, European feel, influenced by Bjork et al. It really is quite magical. She's clearly a very talented writer as well as a singer - there are some real anthems on here (OMG "T.O.N.Y."). I was lucky enough to see her live in London at a very small gig - she was really fantastic and it made the album all the more special to me.

    Track listing (singles in bold):

    "God Given Name"
    "T.O.N.Y."
    "Dancing in the Dark"
    "Would've Been the One"
    "Sandcastle Disco" (#149)
    "I Decided, Part 1"
    "Valentine's Day"
    "6 O'clock Blues"
    "Ode to Marvin"
    "I Told You So"
    "Cosmic Journey" (featuring Bilal)
    "This Bird"
    "I Decided, Part 2" (Freemasons remix) (#27)
    "ChampagneChroniKnightCap"

    "T.O.N.Y." Live @ AOL Sessions
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    "Sandcastle Disco" video (directed by Solange)
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    Cunty interview + "I Decided, Part 2" Live @ GMTV :D
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  7. Whatevar

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    17. Destiny Fulfilled
    Destiny's Child

    (2004)

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    UK Chart Peak: #5
    US Chart Peak: #2

    I have a feeling everyone's going to be hating on this choice. I know, on paper, this is a rubbish album. I remember being really disappointed when I first heard it. It's a one-good-lead-single-and-a-load-of-slushy-ballads job. But I fucking love it. What is wrong with me?! The album saw each member active in songwriting and producing FOR ONCE, and it was nice to hear Kelly (and, to a lesser extent, Michelle) shine with more than the odd line here and there as a token gesture from Cruella de Knowles. Obviously "Lose My Breath" and "Through With Love" are the standout FUCK ME moments, but I seriously adore "Cater 2 U", "Girl" and "Free" as well. The whole album has a really nice laid-back slow-jam late-night vibe to it which I LOVE. But yeah it's crap.

    Track listing (singles in bold):

    "Lose My Breath" (#2)
    "Soldier" (featuring T.I. & Lil Wayne) (#4)
    "Cater 2 U" (US #14)
    "T-Shirt"
    "Is She the Reason"
    "Girl" (#6)
    "Bad Habit"
    "If"
    "Free"
    "Through with Love"
    "Love"
    "Game Over"

    "Through With Love" Live
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    "Girl" video
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    "Cater 2 U" Live @ BET Awards :D
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  8. Jonfessions

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    Love how you're openly admitting that your 27th favourite album on the chart is CRAP :D
     
  9. Whatevar

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    16. Confessions
    Usher

    (2004)

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    UK Chart Peak: #1
    US Chart Peak: #1

    4th album from Moopy's favourite, Usher! Production by Jermaine Dupri, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, and Lil' Jon. The album was an instant success in the US, selling 1.1 million copies in its first week. Its continued success was bolstered by its four chart-topping singles, and a special edition with the Alicia Keys duet, "My Boo". It also won a Grammy Award for Best Contemporary R&B Album. The album has sold over 10 million copies in the US and has gone platinum and gold in over twenty other countries, selling more than 20 million worldwide. It is the second best-selling album of the decade. SO IT CAN'T BE THAT BAD, YOU MOANY FUCKERS. Amazing that it all went so horribly wrong with the last album though...

    Track listing (singles in bold):

    1. "Intro"
    2. "Yeah!" (feat. Lil Jon & Ludacris) (#1)
    3. "Throwback"
    4. "Confessions (Interlude)"
    5. "Confessions Part II" (#5)
    6. "Burn" (#1)
    7. "Caught Up" (#9)
    8. "Superstar (Interlude)"
    9. "Superstar"
    10. "Truth Hurts"
    11. "Simple Things"
    12. "Bad Girl"
    13. "That's What It's Made For"
    14. "Can U Handle It?"
    15. "Do It to Me"
    16. "Take Your Hand"
    17. "Follow Me"

    Re-release new tracks:

    18. "My Boo" (feat. Alicia Keys) (#5)
    19. "Red Light"
    20. "Seduction"
    21. "Confessions Part II (Remix)" (feat. Shyne, Twista and Kanye West)

    "My Boo" Live @ TOTP
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    "Confessions Part II/Yeah!" Live @ VMAs
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  10. Whatevar

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    17th?
     
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    I need to get this done and GET MY LIFE BACK so I'm gonna just try and zip through the rest...
     
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    15. I Am... Sasha Fierce
    Beyoncé

    (2008)

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    UK Chart Peak: #2
    US Chart Peak: #1

    "I am in a different place right now and I wanted people to see the many sides of me. The music is upbeat for the dance, fun side and it is reflective, passionate and serious for the personal side. I have taken risks here. I am not afraid and my music will explain it all. There is no label or tag on my sound. It's me and I am so excited to share it with the world on November 18."

    Stupid bitch. See, I love Beyoncé but at the same time I fucking hate her for being so up her own arse and completely lacking in any sort of humour or self-awareness whatsoever. She takes herself WAY too seriously. I mean, if we're all honest, this album is no great masterpiece - after all, it is only the 12th best R&B album of the decade - and the division of the songs into two seperate "entities" is so fucking ridiculous even Christina Aguilera was probably a little bit sick in her mouth. It didn't even work well the way she split them up! Anyway, if you can get past all the gimmicky shit, there are some hot tunes here, especially if you like your R&B with a more fierce hip-hop leaning. I have totally gone off the likes of "If I Were A Boy" and "Halo" but I recognise that they are great songs. I can't move on without mentioning the beautiful "Disappear" or funky will be losing his rag all over the place, but it's the ghetto anthems like "Diva", "Video Phone" and "Radio" that kill me. This album will forever remind me of the flawless tour, which I attended with Moopy's very own Molicious *gets pushed over during dance routine*. Fun times.

    Singles:

    "If I Were a Boy" (#1)
    "Halo" (#4)
    "Broken-Hearted Girl" (#27)
    "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" (#7)
    "Sweet Dreams" (#5)
    "Diva" (#72)
    "Video Phone" Feat. Lady Gaga (#63)
    "Ego" Feat. Kanye West (US #39)

    "Video Phone" Feat. Lady Gaga
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    "Diva" Live
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  13. Jonfessions

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    Yeah, 17th.


    Can I also appreciate the ARIAL FONT you've been reviewing in?
     
  14. Whatevar

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    14. The Way It Is
    Keyshia Cole

    (2005)

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    US Chart Peak: #6

    OMG most amazing new singer of the decade - can't believe she hasn't taken off. Well she's pretty big in the US with 3 hit albums under her belt, all of which are very good, but this (the debut) is my favourite purely because it's the most honest/real/whatever - the other two are a bit "hit-chaser" in places. I think I first heard Keyshia Cole when "I Should Have Cheated" came on the radio - must've been the only UK airplay she got - and it was one of the moments where I stopped what I was doing, sat up and listened. I instantly fell in love with the voice and THAT SONG is fucking something ELSE. So good she even put it on the second album too! The rest of the album is full of stone grooves written & produced by people like Kanye West, Timbaland, Sean Garrett, John Legend and Kerry "Krucial" Brothers. It's like a cross between Mary J. Blige and Alicia Keys. Yes she mings on this album (she's sorted out her image now though) but the music is superb.

    Singles:
    "I Changed My Mind" Feat. Kanye West / "I Should Have Cheated" (#48)
    "(I Just Want It) To Be Over" (US #101)
    "Love" (US #19)

    "I Should Have Cheated" Live
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    "Love" Live @ AOL Sessions
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    13. The High Road
    JoJo

    (2006)

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    UK Chart Peak: #24
    US Chart Peak: #3

    Yes this is an R&B album. And a fucking good one at that. It really pisses me off (well not really, but you know) how people write JoJo off cos she's young, without giving her music a chance. OMG I have cry. Thanks to the wonderful "Too Little Too Late", a true people's hit in the modern era (it didn't get a lot of radio support), the album flew in at #3 in the US, matching the peak position of said single. Then they fucked up the US campaign by released "How To Touch A Girl", both boring (well lovely, but boring as a follow up single) and inappropriate given the stigma attached to her age. The "Africa"-sampling "Anything" was a minor hit in the UK, but only VoR and I enjoyed that moment. After that it all went dead until the randomness of "Beautiful Girls". There was talk of disagreements between JoJo and the label after they refused to make a video for the follow up singles. Going back the the album, you've got tracks by Swizz Beats and Scott Storch alongside Diane Warren and Stargate for fuck's sake! What's not to like? Her vocals are absolutely world class and she was still only 15. My favourite track, "Let It Rain", is below. She is probably the one artist I am most excited about in terms of upcoming releases OMG!

    Singles:
    "Too Little Too Late" (#4)
    "Anything" (#21)
    "How to Touch a Girl" (US #104)

    "Too Little Too Late" Live @ Megan Mellally
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    "Let It Rain"
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  16. Whatevar

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    12.5 Can't Take Me Home
    Pink

    (2000)

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    UK Chart Peak: #13
    US Chart Peak: #26

    Yeah so I forgot about this album when putting my countdown together. I thought it was a '99 release, but then Lou reminded me otherwise and I had to squeeze it into this honourary position. That is because I bought it the day it came out - I was totally obsessed with this little white bitch with pink hair and black vocal stylings. The production is that classic late 90s R&B that every hates except me (think Kandi, Destiny's Child, Mya). But this album was deeper than those songs; the lyrics, for one, were startlingly personal - we all expect that from Pink these days but it wasn't the norm ten years ago - and the soulful vocal performances on tracks like "Let Me Let You Know" and "Stop Falling" could melt even my icy composure. I even plagiarised heavily from "Love Is Such A Crazy Thing" for one of my Music compositions at school. You can imagine my horror when she came back with M!ssundaztood and dropped the "fake R&B" (as Linda Perry called it) sound, but I've since grown to accept Pink's development into a growling rock lesbian and I enjoy all her subsequent albums. I'd choose this any day over any of them though.

    Singles:
    "There You Go" (#6)
    "Most Girls" (#5)
    "You Make Me Sick" (#9)

    "There You Go" video
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    "Let Me Let You Know"
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  17. Loufoque

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    I just woke up to a hangover and then I see this NO COMMENTARY BULLSHIT

    WORST YEAR EVER!
     
  18. VoR

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    Yeah bring back the commentary Whatevs! It was really good!

    I hate commentary free countdowns. Without them it's just a LIST.

    Also my favourite India Arie song was the Bedroom Rockers mix of Brown Skin.
     
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    12. B'Day
    Beyoncé

    (2006/7)

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    UK Chart Peak: #3
    US Chart Peak: #1

    What is there left to say about this album? It may as well be a Greatest Hits. Nearly every song got a video (POOR Resentment) and nearly everything got a release somewhere. I hated (and still do hate) "Check On It", so went off Bee just before this came out. Then "Deja Vu" happened and I was a little bit interested, but not exactly LOONY. Then OMG "Ring The Alarm" - she's gone insane! It was the hardest, most mental thing since Kelis screamed "I HATE YOU SO MUCH RIGHT NOW" at us. I thought it was going to change the world, but it flopped. Well, for her, it flopped. Everyone panicked and they rush-released nice little Pop song "Irreplaceable", tucked away at the end of the album, probably never even considered for release. That was a worldwide smash of a song and suddenly this album was back on track. I don't want to even think about the abortion that was "Beautiful Liar", but the rest is top notch.

    Singles:
    "Check On It" featuring Slim Thug (#3)
    "Déjà Vu" featuring Jay-Z (#1)
    "Ring the Alarm" (US #11)
    "Irreplaceable" (#4)
    "Beautiful Liar" with Shakira (#1)
    "Green Light" (#12)
    "Listen" (#8)
    "Upgrade U" featuring Jay-Z (US #59)
    "Get Me Bodied" (US #68)

    "Freakum Dress" (Live)
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    "If" (from the re-release)
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    I DON'T GOT TIME
     
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    I didn't think anyone actually read them.

    I'll try and do some for the Top 10.
     
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    Whatevar it's not like there's a deadline for you to get it finished is there? :bruised:

    BRING BACK THE COMMENTARIES YEAH
     
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    OMFG

    FOR YOU, I will go back an edit them IN.
     
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    I AM... SASHA FIERCE - done

    THE WAY IT IS - done

    THE HIGH ROAD - done

    CAN'T TAKE ME HOME - done

    B'DAY - done


    YOU FUCKERS
     
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    OMG I love "Anything" (or I guess primarily the sample but her bit is good too)

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    God, I love Destiny Fulfilled. Calling it Destiny's Child's best album is clearly the ultimate case of damning something with faint praise but I really think it's blinding. The old school, classic soul vibe that permeates the whole thing makes it sound effortless timeless to these ears and certainly has let it age a lot better than tat like Survivor. Yes, Survivor is worse than a bad case of the CLAP :evil:
     
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    YAY!
     
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    11. Songs In A Minor
    Alicia Keys

    (2001)

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    UK Chart Peak: #6
    US Chart Peak: #1

    Back in 2001, I used to follow the US Billboard charts like a nerdy geek, and this was probably the first album I bought based purely on the strength of its success in the US. I hadn't heard a single thing off it but I'd read about it and seen it continue to rack up sales and hold it's #1 slot, so I just bought it. What a wild child! Anyway, it turned out to be totally wonderful from start to finish and, although it's now a tiny bit dated in places, it will probably always be one of my all-time favourite albums. Keys wrote, arranged and produced the majority of the album while still in her teens. The incredible "Butterflyz" was written when she was just 14, which still amazes me. It earned her 5 Grammy Awards in 2002, and rightly so if you ask me. Oh and the bonus material on re-issues was brilliant too - I still have a soft spot for "Rear View Mirror" and the harder remixes of "Fallin'" and "A Woman's Worth".

    Singles:
    "Fallin'" (#3)
    "A Woman's Worth" (#18)
    "How Come You Don't Call Me?" (#26)
    "Girlfriend" (#24)

    "Fallin'" Live @ Jools Holland
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    "Butterflyz"
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    Beverley I Don't Wanna Change A THI-ING

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    I love Songs In A Minor

    Obviously B'Day and I Am... Sasha Fierce are iconic choices and would be Top 10 of the decade 4 me but between the JoJo Romanian-language album and Mariah's 5 00s opuses there was evidently no room
     
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    10. Southern Hummingbird
    Tweet

    (2002)

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    UK Chart Peak: #15
    US Chart Peak: #3

    OH MY, how much do I LOVE LOVE LOVE this album? I could marry the fucker, I really could. This is the debut album by singer–songwriter Tweet, real name Charlene Keys, released via Missy Elliott's The Goldmind record label. I'm not saying anything. Everyone's favourite back-up singer finally proved that she was so much more than your usual R&B princess, producing tracks with a real blues & soul quality. "Motel" is literally just her and her acoustic guitar. The success of the masturbation-themed lead single "Oops (Oh My)" was enough to deliver the album into the Top 5 in the US, but her career hasn't really revisited those dizzy heights since. The Timbaland-produced "Call Me" did OK, while the radio single "Smoking Cigarettes" got nowhere - a video had been shot but was never released - such a shame cos it's a bloody marvellous song. I actually have a signed copy of the album as she did was at some launch party as a club where my brother worked back in the day and he got her to sign my copy - it says "To Dan, God bless, Tweet". Lovely! It's a tragedy that "Boogie 2nite" never got a release but I think it will go on to become a classic in R&B circles for years to come, regardless.

    Singles:
    "Oops (Oh My)" featuring Missy Elliott (#5)
    "Call Me" (US #31)
    "Smoking Cigarettes"

    "Oops (Oh My)" video
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    "Call Me" video
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    "Boogie 2nite"
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    9. Memoirs Of An Imperfect Angel
    Mariah Carey

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    UK Chart Peak: #23
    US Chart Peak: #3

    Onto my most listened to album of recent months, Mariah's latest offering. In early 2009, singer-songwriter The-Dream stated that he and Mimi had already begun working on her next studio album: "I think it’s about just writing an album that includes the focus of all the hits that she’s had. She can’t take a loss; she has to do everything to the T. So it’s basically like we’re trying to make a greatest hits album without using the greatest hits". Well it's FAR FROM THAT - it's not a commercial album, beyond first single "Obsessed", it doesn't feature scores of rappers, nor the usual array of multiple trendy producers - but I love (most of) it. In MC's own words, she "tried to make something for all who love Butterfly, and even older albums". For the first time in her career, she worked with my favourite producer, Timbaland on a number of tracks, but none of them made it onto Memoirs. None of JD's songs made the final track listing either, thank goodness. In an interview, Mariah described the sound of her new album: "Each song is its own snapshot of a moment in a story. But overall, the vibe is R&B hip-hop with a lot of slow jams. Each song has its own mood; some flow seamlessly into each other, and that was the purpose, and others are very different. The album has a sense of humor, but it also has deep and introspective moments." Yeeeah.

    Track-by-track review:

    1. "Betcha Gon' Know (The Prologue)" - dark, hard, bitter, moody, amazing. I love it when the first "when I get you back" kicks in on the chorus. She actually SINGS it with real emotion. This song also contains my favourite moment of the whole album in the second chorus: "and you see your whoooole wooorld's colla-a-a-a-apsed" *spaz attack*. 10/10

    2. "Obsessed" - hot single. What a mess they made of this in the UK. 9/10

    3. "H.A.T.E.U." - beautiful and really captures everything that is "this decade's Mariah" in one song, somehow. Shame she can't sing it live. 10/10

    4. "Candy Bling" - bit too clicky and can get samey after a few thousand listens, but it has a certain old-school charm. 6/10

    5. "Ribbon" - big grower - love the ad libs in the latter part of the song. 8/10

    6. "Inseparable" - my favourite track - totally goes under the radar to begin with but it's such a HEAVY TUUUUNE. Love blaring it in the car. Can't believe everyone else hates it. 10/10

    7. "Standing O" - sorry but I find it all a bit over-engineered and copy-catish. It's a good little track and everything but I certainly don't think it's the smash-in-waiting that some of you do. 7/10

    8. "It's A Wrap" - OMG annoying now. 5/10

    9. "Up Out My Face" / 10. "Up Out My Face (The Reprise)" - YAY YAY YAY so much FUN! 9/10

    11. "More Than Just Friends" - least memorable track on the album/in the world. She clearly loves it though. Watch it become the next flop single. I hate the stupid rhyming lyrics. 4/10

    12. "The Impossible" / 13. "The Impossible (The Reprise)" - growers again. These are what I like to call 'mood pieces'. It's all about the ad libs. 7/10

    14. "Angel (The Prelude)" - yuck / 15. "Angels Cry" - as predicted, I've been completely sucked in by this shit. 9/10

    16. "Languishing (The Interlude)" - amazing but why not just add 30 seconds of screeching and make it into a proper song? Stupid bitch. 8/10

    17. "I Want To Know What Love Is" - guilty pleasure, even despite all the damage it's done. 9/10

    BRING ON THE REMIX ALBUM!

    BEST TRACK, "Inseperable"
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    "H.A.T.E.U" video :wired:
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    8. Afrodisiac
    Brandy

    (2004)

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    UK Chart Peak: #32
    US Chart Peak: #3

    It all started so well with "Talk About Our Love"... Rather than work with Darkchild, as on previous albums, Brandy teamed up with Timbaland for the majority of the album, but went with the more popular Kanye West's track to lead the album, helping it debut strongly in the US. But it was downhill from there - it had such a short run on the charts, resulting into medicore sales of 416,000 copies. And outside the US it fared even worse, missing the top thirty on the majority of the charts it appeared on. I will never understand how tracks like "Afrodisiac" and "Who Is She 2 U" failed to be smash hits, such is their utter brilliance. In mid-2005, after eleven years with the company, Brandy asked for and received a release from Atlantic Records, making Afrodisiac her last studio album on the label. The reason it's not as high in my countdown as some of you had predicted is because it's not as consistently amazing as her other works. There are a few filler tracks which interrupt the flow a bit. I tend to distinguish between them as follows:

    Amazing tracks:
    "Afrodisiac" (#11)
    "Who Is She 2 U" (#50)
    "Talk About Our Love" Feat. Kanye West (#6)
    "I Tried"
    "Focus"
    "Sadiddy"
    "Turn It Up"
    "Come As You Are"
    "Finally"
    "Should I Stay"

    Not-that-amazing tracks:
    "Who I Am" (sorry, Mo)
    "Where You Wanna Be" Feat. T.I.
    "Necessary"
    "Say You Will"
    "How I Feel"

    SEXY "Afrodisiac" video :D
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    "Who Is She 2 U" video
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    7. The Diary Of Alicia Keys
    Alicia Keys

    (2003)

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    UK Chart Peak: #13
    US Chart Peak: #1

    I won't rant too much about this one as I've said it all with "Songs In A Minor". This, the follow-up album, is even better. It won a Grammy Award for Best R&B Album in 2005 and was nominated for Album of the Year. It debuted at #1 in the US with first-week sales of over 618,000 copies.

    Singles:
    "You Don't Know My Name" (#19)
    "If I Ain't Got You" (#18)
    "Diary" (featuring Tony! Toni! Toné!) (US #8)
    "Karma" (US #20)

    Other :disco: moments:
    "Heartburn"
    "I Was Your Woman/Walk on By"
    "Dragon Days"
    "When You Really Love Someone"
    "Slow Down"

    "Diary" Live @ AOL Sessions
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    "Karma" Live @ Jools Holland
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    Afrodisiac is really a great album, very consistent and tight, no real lowlights.

    It's odd because it got EXCELLENT reviews from the pop critics but a lukewarm response from the urban crowd. Too bad the last album was a bit of a letdown.
     
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    6. Full Moon
    Brandy

    (2002)

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    UK Chart Peak: #9
    US Chart Peak: #2

    Brandy's third studio album, as with previous album "Never Say Never" (1998), was largely produced with Rodney Jerkins and his Darkchild crew at the same time as Michael Jackson's "Invinsible" album. He even appeared as a background vocalist on "It's Not Worth It". Her first album in four years, it propelled her back to the top of the charts for a while in various territories, thanks to the futuristic lead single, "What About Us?" That and a few of the other songs haven't dated brilliantly, but I still love them and there's plenty more that still sounds fresh. To be honest, I always thought they gave up on this album too soon - it was full of potential singles - but then she went and got pregnant and spoilt everything. Special mentions goes out to the tremendous C&J remix of "Full Moon".

    Singles:
    "Another Day In Paradise" with Ray J (#5)
    "What About Us?" (#4)
    "Full Moon" (#15)
    "He Is"

    Other :disco: moments:
    EVERYTHING ELSE

    Miming her way through "What About Us?" :grr:
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    "Nothing"
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    As good as Full Moon was, it could have done with being a few tracks shorter. Some of the mid-tempo/ballad tracks near the end were total let downs.
     
  39. Whatevar

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    Oh dear, let's look at the latter half of the tracklisting again:

    "B-Rocka Intro"
    "Full Moon"
    "I Thought"
    "When You Touch Me"
    "Like This"
    "All in Me"
    "Apart"
    "Can We"
    "What About Us?"
    "Anybody"
    "Nothing" - fucking amazing
    "It's Not Worth It" - amazing
    "He Is" - beautiful
    "Come a Little Closer" - fucking amazing OMG
    "Love Wouldn't Count Me Out" - amazing
    "WOW" - really lovely
    "Die Without You" (featuring Ray J) - lovely
    "Another Day in Paradise" (featuring Ray J) - not claiming this one
     
  40. Loufoque

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    I prefer Full Afro to Full Moon TBH

    I don't think I'll ever get Brandy in the way you do (and the way Mo pretends to to fit in and be popular) Whatevar. For me she will also be MM-HM OK ALRIGHT, GO TO SLEEP AND I'LL BE FINE
     

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