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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Sept. 24 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import, CD
  • Label: Elektra Entertain.
  • ASIN: B00000ADL2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)

1. Come And Get With Me
2. Rumors
3. Can We Make Love
4. Let Me Have My Way
5. What Goes Around
6. Love Jones
7. Too Hot
8. I'm Not Ready
9. Show U What Love Is
10. Just Another Day
11. You Know I Like
12. In Your Eyes

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Review

...[Sweat's] long-running career proves he's an R&B lover-man for the ages. -- Entertainment Weekly

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The title of Keith Sweat's sixth album (seventh, if you count LSG, his collaboration with Gerald Levert and Johnny Gill) might seem like a protest against encroaching commercial irrelevance--if not for the fact that Sweat has stayed a platinum seller for more than a decade. Still in the Game hews close to his proven subjects of love and sex at mid and slow tempos, with cameos by Snoop Dogg, Erick Sermon, Too Short, and Playa fitting into the Jeep-ready production surprisingly well. --Rickey Wright

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Format: Audio CD
Ah, Keith Sweat. I done grew up with this R&B loveman, an' I gotta say he's stayed pretty consistent with each album he's put out. Alright, so there's been a few clinkers along the way, but the solidity of the majority of his work is unscathed and he done more than claimed a place as one of the very few R&B singers that can continue coming back stronger than ever after a decade in the business. This release from '98 is no exception either. In fact, I think it is probably his best album to date. It's an absolutely flawless album of his trademark slow grooves, but it is not just a rehashing of his previous work by any means. This is much harder edge R&B with a little hip hop thrown into the mix spinning the genre to new heights in it's head-bobbing soul vibe. This is one brotha that knows how to give his audience what they want while remaining on the cutting edge of the music that is out now. His typically smooth croon grandeur works well with the production he has working behind him. If you want a great album to cruise to or listen to while you chilin' with your homeboys or your girl, or smoke an' drank to, this one is hard to beat.
My favorite cut on the album is 'Come and Get with Me' featuring Snoop Dogg, whose laid-back vocals perfectly compliment Keith's equally-laid back crooning. A terrific example of what hip hop soul should sound like. Lotta other highlights too though like 'Rumors', 'Let Me Have My Way', 'Love Jones', 'Just Another Day', and 'In Your Eyes'. Y'know what? The whole thing is hot, ain't no need to list tracks or nothin'. I'm jus' gonna straightup reccommend it and leave it at that. If you wanna hear some smooth R&B crooning for the '90s, somethin' hot to death, that you can jus' take as it is, an' not throw it a buncha sub-categories, then this is one album you can't go wrong with.
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The album title says it all. Keith has always been known for his catchy uptempo numbers like "I Want Her" and "Keep It Comin'; as well as his sweet and sensual crooners such as "I'll Give All My Love To You", "Make It Last Forever" and his excellent cover of "In The Rain".
Here, Sweat has reinvented himself once again, this time taking to the Hip-Hop territory. Enlisting several talents from the Hip-Hop world to compliment his style, the results are nothing less than Excellent. This man has kept up with the changing times in order to appeal to young and old fans alike, a much needed trait if one hopes to have longevity in this "game". This cd is a testament to both Sweat's talent and staying power.
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By A Customer on June 4 1999
Format: Audio CD
Along with his previous five CD's and various other projects Keith has done it again. With little or no promotion over here in the UK ardent Sweat fans as myself have to keep our ears to the ground to discover if any new material is coming out, cause we know it would be brill!!, with just one concert over here in the last five years at The Brixton Academy (I also attended the one at the Labbatts Apollo in '94), excellent renditions of Keiths new songs were performed (especially the opening 'rumors'), and not forgetting old favourites such as 'I want her'. What can I say? Keiths whole performance was mindblowing. Come back soon Keith, and give us some more!!!
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By Tony_Tone on March 2 2000
Format: Audio CD
Over the years Keith Sweat has been for the most part consistent with each release of albums there were a couple that wasnt up to Par.. but he has bounced back stronger each time .. This is no exception with what i think is his finest album to date .. The sound has been retooled for more harder edge RnB with hip hop in the mix.. It works well for him.. so if you like to just cruise have something in the ride to cruise to this is it..
Fav .. cuts
Come and Get With Me Feat Snoop Dogg
Rumors
Love Jones
Too Hot.. a very good remake of the old Kool & The Gang track
In Your Eyes
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By A Customer on Aug. 24 2000
Format: Audio CD
Keith Sweats best CD and one of the best R&B CDs I've ever listened to. I thought that "Keith Sweat" was Keiths last CD in 1996. I didn't think he could overcome the rising R&B stars like Usher and Ginuwine. But I was very wrong. Keith has adjusted to the changes in R&B the past few years (such as including popular rappers in his songs) and this CD proves it. The rising stars can't and won't ever be able to match the quality of this CD. This is one of the best R&B CDs of all time.
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By A Customer on Aug. 24 2000
Format: Audio CD
Keith Sweats best CD and one of the best R&B CDs I've ever listened to. I thought that "Keith Sweat" was Keiths last CD in 1996. I didn't think he could overcome the rising R&B stars like Usher and Ginuwine. But I was very wrong. Keith has adjusted to the changes in R&B the past few years (such as including popular rappers in his songs) and this CD proves it. The rising stars can't and won't ever be able to match the quality of this CD. This is one of the best R&B CDs of all time.
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Format: Audio CD
After his self-entitled album, Keith made another above-average album with some very memorable songs with the likes of "Bring it On", "Rumors", "What Goes Around" & especially the memorable "Just Another Day". After 1998 & 1999, those were the final good years left in R&B music. Now, there's not much great or original to look forward to in that area of music. Like Keith's other albums before this, it's worth having or checking out.
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