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Dont Lie (3 Mixes) (4 Tracks) Single, Enhanced, Maxi

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1. Don't Lie (Album Version)
2. Shake Your Monkey (Main Version)
3. Don't Lie (Mix Version)
4. Don't Lie (Album Version, Closed Captioned)

Product Description

The BEP's return with an acoustic lead summer sounding sawyer that really has hit stamped all over it. UK radio will love it especially at independent radio level. It has a near Spanish / Latin feel due to its acoustic guitar feel. You can see millions of people driving around in their car steering wheel singing along to the chorus. But as far as the urban world is concerned this is just straight up pop, good pop, but pop nether the less. The Album version is backed with 'Shake Your Monkey' (Non-LP Main version), 'Don't Lie' (Beets & Produce NY mix) & the Album Version Closed Caption. A&M. 2005.

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Amazon.com: 7 reviews
No Lie, Monkey Business's Best Single April 8 2006
By Person - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
"Don't Lie", the second single, yet the least successful, is their best single off the album Monkey Business. It has a very decent beat that has nice violins at the beginning to a nice, Pop-R&B beat. The lyrics are encouraging not lieing. Fergie is pretty good at singing but the rest is better.
Awesome Single Aug. 2 2012
By David - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
this is a awesome single it is fun and enjoyable to listen to. if you have not listened to this single then i recommend you do
7 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Agonizing (1 Star) Sept. 26 2005
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
How does a rap group do a complete 180-degree turn from being called "the next A Tribe Called Quest" to being a lousy pop-music outfit? Just ask The Black Eyed Peas. I was surprised by their more commercially-minded sound when Elephunk dropped, but I still gave it a chance. But this is just ridiculous; "Don't Lie" is the biggest load of sugar-coated trash to hit the airwaves this year.

Now, suppose you told someone in 2001 that the Black Eyed Peas were going to eventually sell out. There's no way they would believe you, considering BEP was the anti-thesis of mainstream music back then. But with the addition of Fergie to the group, the results have been good for the Peas' wallets, but not much else. First of all, her pseudo-reggae singing, as displayed in "Don't Lie" as well as "Don't Phunk With My Heart" is downright horrid. I cannot stand gimmicks, and a white woman trying to fool people into thinking that she has a reggae singing voice is a downright idiotic gimmick.

But hey, what about those other guys in the group? Well, to put it bluntly, their lyrics are complete tripe compared to the pre-Elephunk BEP (especially Will.I.Am). I gave the Peas the benefit of the doubt on Elephunk, but their new music is just absurd.

Complete sugar-coated pop garbage.
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I'm not going to lie here. It's good but could've been better. Feb. 16 2006
By Javier Lopez - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Alright, I'm rating this cd-single with 4 stars because, on one hand, I find the track "DON'T LIE" very good (5 stars) but the remix version on this cd is really poor. The original song became an instant hit around the world. Peaking at #14 in the US and #1 in several territories.

There's a never-released song called "SHAKE YOUR MONKEY", which is good but nothing really special. It really doesn't surprise me that didn't appear on the "MONKEY BUSINESS" cd. Finally you have the video for the original version of "DON'T LIE". The video is very good.

So, if you like this group, I'd say to buy this cd. If you just like the song and you're looking for some good remixes, I wouldn't recommend it. I would recommend the "MONKEY BUSINESS" cd instead even if it doesn't include any remixes but the songs are great.
3 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Their best single (I mean only for Monkey Business), no lie! Sept. 9 2005
By Ivan Remeddi - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
See, after Don't Phunk short success, here it is B.e.P. with their most catchy single ever Don't Lie. Do you mis B.e.P. old style in Where Is The Love? Well, Don't Lie is a great try for you. The other tracks in this album also great. One thing that I really don't like is the video for Don't Lie. It is semi-animated and I hate hate that making-progress system. At least I can enjoy. If you don't like too catchy song like this, just wait until their new single "Pump It" come. It's a blast and really cool track!!!