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Product: Audio CD
Title: Whitney Houston
Label: Arista
Artist: Whitney Houston
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
This is no doubt Whitney's absolute best work!

This is Whitney Houston's absolute best album. This was her debut album back in February 14, 1985 and made her phenomenally successful. If you are a fan of Whitney's heartfelt music, then this and her second album "Whitney" is a must for your music collection. To date, this is Whitney's most successful studio, non-soundtrack album. The only album that tops this in sales is the Bodyguard soundtrack. This album has sold about 23 million copies worldwide, while her second album sold 19 million to date.
I found that 4 of the songs on this album are the absolute best. These 4 are: "Saving all my love for you," "How will I know," "All at once," and "Greatest love of all." My personal favorite is "How will I know."
Unlike today's much younger music stars who have no talent and are popular only with the teen crowd, here is a diva that truly has a sensational voice whether it was singing the "Star Spangled Banner" or "One Moment in Time" at the 1988 Summer Olympics or "I will always love you" from the Bodyguard Soundtrack or one of her hits from her earlier albums, Whitney is a true diva, and I AM A TEEN!

Product: Audio CD
Title: Ultimate Collection
Label: Hip-O Records
Artist: Atlantic Starr
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Ultimate Collection~ Atlantic Starr

Regarding the smooth sailing, heart warming, soulful sounding group, Atlantic Starr, they have always topped my list of favorites! I wouldn't miss an appearance of the group, if I knew that they were to be on Soul Train or even televised music awards! The DJ's played their tunes again and again! Atlantic starr has a song called "Masterpiece", and it is an heart felt song! I would like to purchase all of their music, for I love all of the music that they have made!

Product: Audio CD
Title: Hello, Dolly! (1969 Film Soundtrack)
Label: Philips
Artist: Jerry Herman, Barbra Streisand, Michael Crawford
Rating: 2/5
Customer rating - 2 out of 5
Why bother?

Hello Dolly is a dumb show. It is inane, frothy, and utterly empty; nonetheless, the score is catchy, and if you're really in need of some suffocatingly sweet tunes, its a good go. I am not totally averse to frothiness. This recording, however, is not the best representation of this score (which has been recorded quite a few times.) Streisand may have a great belter's voice, but she is totally wrong for this part; she is way WAY too young. The other women in the cast make no impression whatsoever. Michael Crawford sounds like he's about twelve; i have never been a fan of his nasal, forced voice anyway. Matthau is the only one who does good by the material; unfortunately, his big song early on, It Takes A Woman, suffers because it is essentially the same as the more well-known We Need a Little Christmas from Mame, and this is a big distraction. Dont bother with this CD; watch the movie if only for its truly amazing production design (and Louis Armstrong's 30 second cameo.)

Product: Audio CD
Title: Now That's What I Call Music! 6
Label: Sony
Artist: Various Artists, Various
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
this cd is a must have in our collection

You know how there are songs played on the radio that you realy like but after a while they stop playing em? Well then you'd have to buy then like 15 CDs. Everyone had CDs like Britney Spears, Nsync, and BSB but like the other artist have only one or two hits. This CD is then a must have. I bought Now That's What I Call Music 5 and thought this is the best CD until this one came out. Don't take my word go buy it!