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Product: Audio CD
Title: Rebirth
Label: Sony
Artist: Jennifer Lopez
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
She's back! Wit R&B destructive songs!

If you hear the samples, you'll see this cd is off da hook especially:
Get Right 4.5/5
Get Right Remix feat. F.A.B.O.L.O.U.S. 6/5
Hold u down 4.25/5
Ryde or Die 6/5
This cd is some different than the last, this is her rebirth...
The last had great songs (Jenny from the block especially 6/5 like it or not...).
The r&b is destructive and attomikk in few songs.
Featuring Fat Joe and F.A.B.O.L.O.U.S.
Get this like I will do!
You know, I'm not at all a pop fan, but I like J.Lo
You know, I like especially the both hip-hop styles: commercial (P.Diddy/Nelly...) and real(Tupac/Three 6 Mafia/LL Cool J/Nas/Snoop...)
The song Ryde or Die is the best in my eyez!
P.S.: For your info, Get Right & Hold u down are on a DJ Clue? mix-tape, and like I know him, it takes only the great songs, certainly 'cause these songs are on master mix-tape of him not just a normal mix-tape...

Product: Audio CD
Title: Gettin' in Over My Head
Label: Rhino Records
Artist: Brian Wilson
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
A huge hit!

A rare find indeed, an album of thirteen songs each as good as the last. Don't hesitste, get it!

Product: Audio CD
Title: Darkness on the Edge of Town
Label: Sony
Artist: Bruce Springsteen
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Never Better

Bruce entered my life here in England in 1980 with The River. At 14 years old, of course I listened to the barnstorming numbers and left ther rest.
A little while later I started gathering up the back catalogue. 'Born To Run' of course was seminal. Then I picked up 'Darkness' with the air of a collector just having to pill the gap on the shelf.
I agree with the reviewer who said that this was the first time he heard adult themes expressed in rock & roll. The album hit me squarely in the face and then picked me up and comforted me. It was, is and always will be my favourite album by any artist. On a desert island or a weekend in Utopia, this is the one for me.
It encompasses the human experience just as pertinently today as it must have back then. Something, you sense is wrong with the world. You feel helpless, alone, angry, frustrated - the world is slowly going mad under the threat of terrorism and you can't get a date. It's as grand and lowly pathetic as that.
And the musical mirror to your sense of desolation but (and this is important) your sense of hope lies in this album.
It moves me today at 37 like it did all those years ago. That's the strength of the album and the artistic zenith that Bruce achieved. To transcend the years (and indeed an American to an Englishman!!) is testiment.
If this album doesn't move you, then you're not functioning!!!
From the opening drums roll of 'Badlands' through to the fading strains of the title track (my favourite number) this album rocks in the toughest ranks and still leaves you believing in a promised land.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Britney
Label: Jive
Artist: Britney Spears
Rating: 4/5
Customer rating - 4 out of 5
First self-titled album brings Britney into her own . . .

Having listened to Britney's first two albums and thinking this girl had no chance of becoming the next Madonna, I have to say that this is the album that has changed my mind.Sure, she's pure pop product, but she's growing up and this is not just determined by her ever-growing breasts and determined virginity pledges. Britney co-writes most of her songs for the first time and I think one truly gets a sense of the girl behind the music with these new tracks.There is the sexually rampant, (but still a virgin, hmmmm . . .) Britney cooing sensual words in "I'm a slave 4 U", "Boys" & "Bombastic Love." Then there is the playful pop star singing one of the best tracks of the album, "Overprotected", "Anticipating", "Cinderella" and "That's were you take me."Seriously talented Brit Brit throws in the occasional ballad with "I'm not a girl, not yet a woman" and "When I found you." She's also experimenting with the hip-hop vibe in "What it's like to be me", tries her hand yet again at a cover in "I love rock and roll (much better than Satisfaction)" & a bit of the glitch and garage music with "When I found you." This album gives you a lot of things, granted its all good fun but if you take and recieve it that way you will get a lot more from it. If Britney had come out in the 80s she would have blended in with the crowd of blonde bombshells in ripped jeans and tiny tanks, but now she can be perceived as a marketing product who has been poked and propped to perfection, but Britney really is fun if you see her that way. You just have to understand she is under the stigma of a contract like Madonna was, and has to sing to a large extent what she is told to. But with more longer star staying power under her belt hopefully we'll go on to recieve great albums like this from britney.I believe once she becomes "unprotected" she will unleash a talent and surviving power that is as good as those funky outfits she wears! Madonna move over . . .