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Love, Angel, Music, Baby


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  • Audio CD (Nov. 23 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B00064AEJW
  • Other Editions: LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,219 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. What You Waiting For?
2. Rich Girl
3. Hollaback Girl
4. Cool
5. Bubble Pop Electric
6. Luxurious
7. Harajuku Girls
8. Crash
9. The Real Thing
10. Serious
11. Danger Zone
12. Long Way To Go


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By reece on Feb. 14 2006
Format: Audio CD
if u have heard any of the songs off this buy it it is a classic for a first solo album from gwen stefani with productions from rap superstar pharell making this a album to listen to
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By shikyo on Jan. 22 2006
Format: Audio CD
OMG!!! this cd is the best! i luv it! especially the song 'rich girl'! i listen 2 it every day. it's a great buy! even my mom luvs it and she's 42.
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By "wild_child_9_" on Dec 30 2004
Format: Audio CD
this cd is so unique, if you loved gwens uniqueness in no doubt than you'll love her even more after you buy this cd.
1)what are you waiting for?-great song 9/10
2)rich girl-love the chorus, actually the whole song-10/10
3)hollaback girl- makes me lagh- 9/10
4)cool- one of my least favourite songs on the cd, gets really annoying- 4/10
5)Bubble Pop Electric- funny upbeat song-9/10
6)luxurious- i love3 this one- 10/10
7)harajuku girls- this one is hilarious-8/10
8)crash- it's the same concept as bubble pop electric but less unique-9/10
9)the real thing- this one is just ok- 6/10
10)serious- this one is just ok also, kind of reminds me of madonna's old stuff- 6/10
11)danger zone- i love this one-10/10
12)long way to go/w andre 3000- this is the worst song on the cd- 1/10
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Damion J. Rowan on Jan. 25 2005
Format: Audio CD
Gwen Stefani has already had years to prove that she is more of an artist than her abrupt image projects. We all know she has an incredibly strong voice and a talent for writing as lead singer of the group No Doubt, but I truly wondered what the frontwoman of such a band could possibly do on her own that would differentiate herself from the songs and sounds she was responsible for within a group that offered such unforgettable hits as "Just a Girl," "Don't Speak" and their brilliant cover of Talk Talk's "It's My Life."
Much to my surprise, Gwen Stefani has released a solo album that the world was dying to hear...a reflection of the Gwen Stefani we have been wanting to wrap our ears around for some time. And she did it without even hinting at the sounds that she helped emerge on so many brilliant No Doubt tracks.
The album opens with the hard-hitting debut single, "What You Waiting For," but the fun hardly ends there. The album is packed with tracks that hit just as hard, with none of them sounding remotely similar. This stunning collection of music is just cause to say that Gwen is one of the most diverse artists to emerge in the last few years, showing she can do rock and punk with ease with No Doubt, but she can swim effortlessly into pop, dance, hip hop and RnB without batting a fake eyelash.
The second single, "Rich Girl," takes a forever-recognizable chunk of Fiddler on the Roof and makes it into an infectious pop tune. "Rollaback Girl" is the best cheerleading pop track since Toni Basil's "Mickey." The pensive retro of "Cool," with it's touching lyrics of unwavering friendships after a relationship ends, is a dream and a treasure to listen to repeatedly.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 6 2005
Format: Audio CD
When 'What u waiting 4' came out a while ago, I loved it. I bought the cd and liked a couple more songs but my admiration did not last very long. 'What U waiting 4' and 'Rich Girl' have been played to death on the radio and on tv and the rest seems so very predictable now. Also, Gwen Stefani's numerous television appearances on awards shows etc. have only done harm to her image... Live, she cannot sing very well at all. Nor can she dance, or do anything really... other than boss around her mute geisha posse (a rather culturally insensitive gimmick, don't you think?).
Since this album came out, a lot of people have compared Gwen to people like Madonna and Kylie Minogue. I think these comparisons could not be more apt. For all three, their only 'talent' as such seems to be finding gifted producers and musicians to tease out a passable vocal from their shrill and out of key voices that once digitized and reworked sounds o.k. with a techno beat.
If you have not yet bought this cd, give its predictable vacuous pop music a miss. And to all that were taken in by Gwen's suppossed musical talent, I hope you all realize now how much she sucks.
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Format: Audio CD
Gwen took a lot of different steps to come up with this album. It's almost like a set of singles done in different genres ranging from heavy techno to old school 80's ballads. Some believe that having that much collaboration might be over produced, but each producer brought a different story to this album. The plus for me was the old school 80's vibe she applied into it.

Her first single `What You Waiting For?' was a good start in introducing her album. `Rich Girl' is good track working back with her friend Eve and the help of Dr. Dre made this a hit. `Hollaback Girl' with it's "Micky Vibe" is a good hit that was on heavy rotation on the radio stations, the Neptunes was all over that track. `Cool,' is slower than the others, and the chorus is really nice and its very 80'ish vibe. `Bubble Pop Electric' was surely one Weird song but it came together due to the collabo with Andre. This track took me about 5 listens to get into. It's grows on you with its weird rhythms and funny lyrics. `Luxurious' has an R&B vibe to it that sounds nice. `Harajuku Girls' is obviously all Madonna with a Chinese twist. `Crash' is very 80ish and tolerable for those who might not be into it. `The Real Thing' is even more 80'ish and slightly enjoyable. `Serious' I like because it starts with the string sound and Gwen also put an 80's sound to it. `Danger Zone' this song is more towards the rock side which I don't listen to that much but the chorus is nice. `Long Way to Go,' I love because of Andre 3000 you can tell he produced this song. Its rhythms and beats are all what he stands for and the two artists harmonize pretty well on this track. Andre does his thing on the piano in there with its funky rhythm that sounds like its straight out of the Speakerboxx album.
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