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Unapologetic

4.5 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD (Nov. 19 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Canada
  • ASIN: B009R9WAZ8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #10,821 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Let me start off by saying that I enjoyed "Talk That Talk" by Rihanna, but I unexpectedly like "Unapologetic" even more. She really made a creative effort in creating songs that convey a kaleidoscope of emotions while still preserving valiant musical undertones. Obviously, millions of Rihanna listeners already have the songs in mind that resonate with them the most. I would have to humbly list the following songs as the ones that gave me a feeling of a party for the mind:
"Phresh Out The Runway", "Numb" (featuring Eminem), "Pour It Up", "What Now", "Loveeeeeee Song" (featuring Future), "Jump", "Right Now" (featuring David Guetta), and "Nobody's Business" (featuring Chris Brown). I also decided to download a couple of tracks from her deluxe edition and really enjoyed "Half Of Me" and the remix of "Diamonds" (Dave Aude 100 Extended version). "Unapologetic" by Rihanna is best if you enjoy any of Rihanna's previous music and/or music genres that mix R&B with both electronica and dance elements.
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Got this to add to my collection- anything Rihanna is great could never have a complaint! a DEFINITE Must buy!!!
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I bought this for the wife. She listened to it everyday for a week. If your girlfriend likes Rihanna then this is the one to buy. Hope you enjoy it as much as my wife did.
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Bought for my wife so if she's happy then i'm happy, or happy wife happy life. She love love loves it!!!
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Overall, not as good as Talk that Talk, let alone Rated R. With each album, the sweet little islands girl from "A Girl Like Me" goes further under the tidal wave of superstar hip-hop production. Sometimes her personality can integrate with it more or less well, but mostly it's pretty damned well lost. To wit: "Right Now" and "What Now", sitting smack dab in the centre of the album like a double steaming turd with their bombastic synthesizer buzz-bass turned up to 11. The same sonic abomination recurs in a few lines of the closing "Lost in Paradise", just enough to stink up an otherwise fine song. Another thing that overshadows her own voice is obviously all the collaborations, including another with the puerile motormouth Eminem, gee thanks a lot for that. For that reason so much of this album is just genre-cliché or throwaway. The highlights, on the other hand, are the beautiful torch song "Diamonds" and the ballad "Stay", which demonstrate what Rihanna can do when she's just allowed to SING. Unapologetic is also partially redeemed by the four songs that close it, starting with lyrical depth of "Love Without Tragedy/ Mother Mary", the refreshing atmospherics of "Get it Over With" (an emotional weather report), the lovely reggae of "No Love Allowed" and the almost-successful (see above) "Lost in Paradise", which is partially ruined by its production. Certainly not one of the highlights of her career, but there are things here for the real fans. Makes you wish Rihanna hadn't turned into such a goddamned INDUSTRY.
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Very awesome item but why the name of the songs can't be displayed?
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