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Dangerously in Love SACD, Import


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  • Audio CD (July 8 2008)
  • Please Note: Requires SACD-compatible hardware
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: SACD, Import
  • ASIN: B00022LZHS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (719 customer reviews)

1. Crazy In Love Featuring Jay-Z
2. Naughty Girl
3. Baby Boy Featuring Sean Paul
4. Hip Hop Star Featuring Big Boi And Sleepy Brown
5. Be With You
6. Me, Myself And I
7. Yes
8. Signs Featuring Missy Elliott 4:57
9. Speechless
10. That's How You Like It Featuring Jay-Z
11. The Closer I Get To You (Duet With Luther Vandross)
12. Dangerously In Love 2
13. Beyoncé Interlude
14. Gift From Virgo
15. Daddy

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Product Description

Includes Two Bonus Tracks Not on USA Version, "Work it Out" and "03 Bonnie and Clyde".

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The perfect timing of Beyonce Knowles’ career moves continues with the release of her debut solo album. Dangerously in Love’s best music is wildly up-to-date, craftily designed for both maximum street acceptance and positioning as some of the most cutting-edge stuff on current radio. The brash first single, "Crazy in Love," melds Jay-Z with an unstoppable Chi-Lites horn sample, shape-shifting into something brand new. Collaborations with Outkast’s Big Boi and Sean Paul also prick up the ears, while changes of pace like "Be with You" and "Speechless" achieve their aim with credibility. The disc becomes far too ballad heavy in its second half, but the key stuff is the noise she brings. --Rickey Wright --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By VictorWilliford on June 24 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is what we have all been waitin for...the debt CD of the lead singer in the group Destiny's Child. We've seen her say "No No No" and ask her man can he pay her bills, from telephone bills to the automo-BILLs.She wanted her man to say her name, and he was a bug a boo. But when she got fed up she left her man @ home and went to tha club and got "Jumpin Jumpin" She came out on top because she is a "Survivor." Then she got very "Bootylicious."With all of the good things happening, she still let " Emotion" take her over. Then she starred in Austin Powers: Goldmember. We saw her "WorkIt Out." Now she is Dangerously In Love! This is not what some people may think. They may think..."O well, Its just Beyonce, the girl from DC-3. Her music will be the same as the group's music....THINK AGAIN! This is really different from anything I've heard her do. You have some songs that get you crunk and some songs that just make you think, and some love making songs. Basically its a little sumthin 4 everyone. Lemme show you how i would rate these joints.
1. Crazy In Love (9/10)- Its the first single off of the album. At 1st i wasnt feelin it, but when homegirl did that booty dance i was like WHOA! And it took a while to feel this one cuz its not like any or everything you hear everyday.
2. Naughty Girl (10/10)- This was supposed to be the 1st single. But she re-thought it out and said Crazy in love would be better. This has like an Arabian Jamaican feel to it. Real club banger fa tha ladies.
3.Baby Boy Featuring Sean Paul (10/10)- Need i say more? If Sean Paul' on a track, we all know what the deal is. Tha man did tha damn thang. Its hot. Its OFF GLASS FA SHO. The beat is OOOO LAWDY!!!HOT! So far, i am having no dislikes about this album.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth on June 24 2003
Format: Audio CD
I don't think Beyonce could have come out with a better cd to set her apart from Destiny's child to emerge as a spectacular solo album....well at least i think. When you listen you can tell she made a strict effort to make sure it did not sound like another Destiny's Child album. Obviously "Crazy In Love" is a VERY catchy, radio-friendly song that you would strangle someone just to get the hook out of your head, but you learn the depths of her as an artist/songwriter and becoming a women in the seductive and sexy "Speechless", and the old-school groove of "Be With You". You also need to keep in mind that Beyonce is an executive producer on the Cd and wrote/co-wrote almost the entire album. "Baby Boy" the 3rd track on the album is DEFINITELY a certified hit single and great club song. "Hip Hop Star" is a very different kind of song, not one of my favorites but it has it's own type of funky offbeat upbeat vibe. "Signs" a Missy Elliot collaboration is a nice slow groove song....signature Missy and very creatively written. "Dangerously In Love 2" the album's title track is also wonderfully written. Even though it can be heard on Destiny's Child "Survivor" album and is pretty much just a remixed version of the DC version, it STILL makes you feel the heart and emotion she poured into writing that song. You can definitely hear that she FEELS this song in her voice. I could comment on EVERY song but the one I think needs to made known more than any other is the soft yet hard "Yes". Beyonce is taking a stand against a new companion tryin to get into her pants before she's ready. Could very well be a new way to look at pop music or create yet another new blended genre of music all its own. Here's my rating for all of the songs...
1. "Crazy In Love" - 8/10
2. "Naughty Girl" - 9/10
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Format: Audio CD
When this album came out half the world probably was waiting for it and the other half could of careless. When I heard it was coming out I thought it was going to be a bunch of mess coming from this lead singer. I mean we've seen her say "No No No" and ask her man can he pay her bills, from telephone bills to the Automo-BILLs. She wanted her man to say her name, and then he turn out to be a Bug-a -Boo. But when she got fed up she left her man @ home and went to the club and got "Jumpin Jumpin" She came out on top because she is a "Survivor." Then she got very "Bootylicious." With all of the good things happening, she then let "Emotion" take her over. Then she starred in Austin Powers: Gold member. We saw her "Work It Out." Clearly being on top of the world made her "Dangerously In Love!" for her long time boyfriend. She didn't stop there no-sir-rey because she felt extremely confident with herself which lead her to prance around in the film "The Pink Panther" (which I hate) giving her lover a special tease with "Check on It." (Of course that's not how it All went down that was just a quick overview.)

But Imagine to my surprise to hear this album. Although very ballad-heavy, it is obvious that Beyonce still loves a great up-tempo beat (and the rock-feel of 'hip hop star'). Her collaborations with other artists (Missy, Jay-Z, Big Boi, Sean Paul, LUTHER!) are impressive and show a depth and maturity that you probably would not have imagined the young lady having.

Beyonce once said in an interview that she wanted to make the album seem timeless. Several of the tracks have a very 70's "Age of Aquarius" feel to them, but she shows her range and talent throughout the album. "Baby Boy" with Sean Paul is my favorite because he is the prince of dance-hall.
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