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Fly Or Die Enhanced, Import, Explicit Lyrics


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 23 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Import, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Virgin Records Us
  • ASIN: B0001FVETK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (190 customer reviews)

1. Don't Worry About It
2. Fly Or Die
3. Jump feat. Joel Madden and Benji Madden
4. Backseat Love
5. She Wants To Move
6. Breakout
7. Wonderful Place
8. Drill Sergeant
9. Thrasher
10. Maybe
11. The Way She Dances
12. Chariot Of Fire

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4.2 out of 5 stars

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By A Customer on July 17 2004
Format: Audio CD
yes people! N.E.R.D aka the neptunes have returned to grace us with their exploration of sound! if u havent heard their multi-platinum first album "in search of" i suggest you buy it as soon as possible!But now on to the current masterpiece "fly or die" which i might add has been certified gold which mean this album has sold over 500,000 copies in the U.S and has sold over 1,000,000 copies worldwide! yes N.E.R.D delivers again with their masterpiece music!let us go through each song.
1-"dont worry about it"-a song about a man and girl and they have such a sexual tension for each other but dont want to rush things/its a great fusion of rock and a great breakdown at the end.
2-"fly or die"a track about children who have neglectful parents and N.E.R.D gives the kids a choice, Do you want to fly or die?/very punk and very powerful
3-"jump" featuring Benji and joel madden from good charlotte
a song about kids wanting to escape their family problems/great hook sung by the madden bros
4-"backseat love" a song about a guy chasing and getting a hot girl in the backseat of his car and telling her to relax/great guitar play and breakdown
5-"she wants to move" a song about a guy who keeps too much grip on his girl and doesnt let her be free/great beat, great lyrics, a great song to dance to!
6-"breakout"a deep emotional song about kids trying to change their apperance to be cool and N.E.R.
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Format: Audio CD
I bought Fly or Die without really knowing much N.E.R.D. I rationalized that at least I was buying the disc of some creative guys who make interesting music. This was a gamble that paid off huge.
Fly or Die is genre spanning disc that taps a whole manner of styles. The component that sets it apart from other bands, who do similar things, is that N.E.R.D. are able to combine the cocky attitude of the hip hop mainstream acts they produce (as the Neptunes) with a genuine understanding of music. It's not rap or rap rock. It's funky pop-rock (if i can reduce it to a label like that). They mix guitar riffs equally with synths, and coat the tracks with Pharrell's double tracked vocals. Pharrell is a fantastic front man with his excellent falsetto.
Listening to this album it's easy to hear the influences that the reviewers point out- Steely Dan, Burt Bacharach, etc. It's the unlikely combination of these influences with the hip hop and rock n roll attitudes that make this disc worth your time.
Strongly recommended, even if you don't become a big fan of the album, it's still more energetic and creative than any number of 2004's releases.
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N.E.R.D is one of those bands that makes great music, but is finding it difficult to fit in with the same mainstream success as theit other personality "The Neptunes". Anytime you have a band of African Americans doing rock music it is hard for mainstream rock consumers to get past appearance much like when there is a white artist trying to break in with R&B. Well those one track minded rock consumers who havn't bought Fly or Die are missing out on an album that is both fresh and up to date, but also contains material that takes you back to yesteryear. Tracks like "Jump" and "The Way She Dances" are the ulbum highlights and makes one think of the early eighties when music was real. All those songs I hear from the eighties that make me wish I was a teenager during that time are always nice and N.E.R.D. creates that kind of music and vibe with this album. Spymob plays the music while the neptunes oversee the production on this project. This album is an excellent follow up to the first album and is a must have for those with a diverse musical taste.
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I remember N.E.R.D being a new sound in the crashing hip-hop genre. Point being, In Search Of... was a great cd. Lyrics, beats...most things great. This cd undoes everything. After In Search Of..., N.E.R.D., and especially Pharrell Williams hopped into the hip-hop bandwagon destined to crash. Every beat they made since, yes, everyone, has been terrible. And when you buy this cd, don't think you're buying a bad rap cd or even a bad prototype rap cd. Oh no, you're buying a bad Sum 41, or Blink 182 cd. How can anything be worse than Sum 41 or Blind 182? Good Question, I found myself pondering it also. The reason is, there is no defined style here. That can be good, don't get me wrong, but N.E.R.D has gone past blurring the genre line as they did with In Search Of... . And what ever they were in search of, has now gone. They even feature Good Charlotte for heavens sake. Good God!! Someone please, when at a stoplight and hearing either this new NERD cd or a whiney bad (blink, charolette, sum 41...etc.), play GOD SAVE THE QUEEN by Johnny Rotten and the sex pistols. This NERD cd is not NERD.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY A GOOD CHAROLLETE CD, FINE. I WOULD NEVER DO IT, BUT GO AHEAD.
THIS IS IT.
PHARELLE, STOP YOURSELF NOW. Your music is no longer.
this isn't new music, this is terrible music. In Search Of...(Nerd's first cd) 4 stars, this cd, 2 stars, at best, and I'm being VERY generous. end.
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