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Raymond V Raymond (Dlx Ed) (Bonus Cd)

Usher Audio CD
2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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Raymond V Raymond (Dlx Ed) (Bonus Cd) + Here I Stand + Looking 4 Myself
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Disc: 1
1. Monstar
2. Hey Daddy (Daddy's Home)
3. There Goes My Baby
4. Lil Freak (feat. Nicki Minaj)
5. She Don t Know (feat. Ludacris)
6. OMG (feat. will.i.am)
7. Mars vs Venus
8. Pro Lover
9. Foolin Around
10. Papers
See all 14 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Love Em All
2. DJ Got Us Fallin In Love (feat. Pitbull)
3. Hot Tottie (feat. Jay-Z)
4. Lay You Down
5. Lingerie
6. There Goes My Baby
7. Get In My Car (feat. Bun B)
8. Somebody To Love REMIX (feat. Justin Bieber)
9. Stranger

Product Description

In addition to the 9 song disc, a new configuration, Raymond V. Raymond (Deluxe Edition) features the original Raymond V. Raymond release bundle with Versus in a two brilliant jewel case.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars a little disappointed Feb. 10 2011
By sw
Format:Audio CD
other than the "OMG" song that I purchased this for, I was disappointed with the rest of the CD. Nothing else was really worth listening to. Also, my 11 year old son who loves Usher could not listen to most of it, because the lyrics for many of the songs were not appropriate at all.
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2.0 out of 5 stars "AND I KNOW YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS..... April 2 2010
By DA 1THRILLA - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Where do I begin with the expectations I had for "Raymond Vs Raymond". After the grown man sound of "Here I Stand" and two albums removed from the classic "Confessions", I expected a good combination of the two. With Usher going through a divorce and this supposedly being a return to his roots, this album was built up to be great. I should have paid attention to the signs. (The album being pushed back, the lack of record company support) These should have been red flags to me when thinking of buying this album. But of course I ignored them because I am a fan and enjoyed the last two albums. Now I'm confused.

"Here I Stand" showed Usher's maturation into a respectable singer, not just a performer."Raymond Vs Raymond" is Usher's return to being the entertainer he once was. This album is heavy on dance songs and low on R&B. The will.I.am produced song "OMG" is horrible.(I don't know how this guy keeps getting work). I'm not into the techno-dancehall thing so "Monstar" is not for me. And it seems Usher forgot how old he is on "So Many Girls" & "Pro Lover", save those songs for Chris Brown or Omarion. But all is not bad with this album. The single "Hey Daddy" actually had me hyped to hear this album. "Lil Freak" ft Nicki Minaj is another banger produced by Polow Da Don. "There Goes My Baby" is a smooth mid tempo track. The JD produced "Foolin' Around" is solid. But for an album called "Raymond Vs Raymond", the only song referring to his divorce is the lead single "Papers". (Now Usher says the title is about the battle within himself. Kind of like T.I. vs T.I.P.) So the title is very misleading.

Maybe it was my expectations that made this album a major disappointment. Maybe I held Usher to a higher standard than where he needed to be. He was on superstar status but now he is struggling to stay relevant in the male R&B game. Usher should have made a decision on this album. He should have gone either all dance or mature R&B. Instead he made a collage of different sounds that don't fit well together. Its sounds like a rushed album even though it was supposed to be released in December. I'm still waiting for him to be consistent with his style. I thought he was on the right track with "Here I Stand" but now he has taken a huge step back and made his worst album to date.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good CD Nov. 14 2010
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Ok I know that alot of people are mad at Usher right now because of the state of his music. I can honestly say that I think there are some issues with the direction of his music. He seems to be headed for the techno/pop sound that his protege Justin Beiber has going right now (and who by the way, is getting really famous from). However, I dont think Raymond v Raymond is that bad. I actually dont mind that I brought the album, whereas if I had brought Here I Stand I would have been upset. The reason is because there are quite a few songs on this cd that I actually like.

Monstar, Hey Daddy, There Goes My Baby, OMG (guilty pleasure :), Mars vs Venus, Pro Lover, Okay, and Making Love (Into The Night) make this CD worth buying for me. I can listen to those songs repeatedly and not get tired of them. They are in my opinion the best songs on the CD. That being said, yes, there are some questionable songs here, and yes it is not as good as the Confessions CD. I think that Confessions was to Usher what Thriller was to MJ. I seriously doubt he can make another Confessions. But I can accept this CD as it is because he did have some really good songs that I like. I guess the same goes for others: everything depends on how you view the songs, some will like them and others wont. For that reason, I am giving the CD 4 stars: not the best, but its still good. I would say give it a chance. It is a good CD.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Had high hopes, and was a bit let down April 16 2010
By NPMusicman - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Usher is a great singer and performing/recording artist, and with this album's singles, I really expected better. I really got into "Papers," "Hey Daddy," "Little Freak," and "There Goes My Baby" (which should have been a much bigger hit). Then I heard "OMG," and thought, "oookay.. typical will.I.am bullsh**." I bought it anyway based on the other songs. This is a mixed bag of an album. "Monstar" was... odd lol. I didn't quite know what to make of it, but I liked it at times. I don't like most of the up-tempo and electronic joints very much (OMG, She Don't Know, Okay), and I thought So Many Girls and Pro Lover were kinda juvenile for Usher, especially after Here I Stand. I liked Foolin Around and Guilty and Making Love Into the Night though, definitely. So for me, the album was half and half. It's not bad, but it's not really good. Out of all the dance, electronic stuff, WHY was "More" left off the album??? Of all the songs to cut, jeez.. Anyway, I still think the best R&B album I've heard recently is Trey Songz Ready. I thought this album was going to be some kind of cross between Confessions and Here I Stand and progressing from there. I don't know. If you're really an Usher fan, it's worth copping, but it's definitely not his strongest effort.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Down memory lane:Welcome back Usher! April 13 2010
By L. Haynes - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I think this is a great album. I've heard the first 10 songs on the album and my favorites are OMG, There goes my baby, monstar, mars v venus, and of course Lil Freak. I need to listen to the last 4 songs, but overall I love the album. Anyone who is considering the album I would say click on the songs on amazon that give you a feeling of each song to determine if you want to buy the cd. This album reminds me of his confessions and 8701 album. I am glad the usher I know is back because his last album Here I stand wasn't all that good to me (maybe it was because he got married. Usher needs to stay single to keep that music and swag going)compared to this album and his past albums. I believe "U" continues to grow as an artist and this album proved it. Great Album!
7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Weak!!! April 21 2010
By O. Long - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I picked this album up a couple of days ago, and I've listened to it twice already to see if I missed something the first time. I didn't. This is probably Usher's weakest effort so far. There is no flow to the album, and it is loaded with dance tunes that won't get any air play or club play. He needs to do some real soul searching to find out what kind of artist he really wants to be. I think his personal life has been a distraction from his craft. The talent is still there, but he needs to find some producers who can help him "stretch out." I am very disappointed and will be very careful when buying anything else he releases.
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