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  • Audio CD (Nov. 12 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music Canada Inc.
  • ASIN: B00006IR5Z
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 155 customer reviews
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1. 3D
2. Quickie
3. Girl Talk
4. Turntable
5. In Your Arms Tonight
6. Over Me
7. Hands Up
8. Damaged
9. Dirty Dirty
10. So So Dumb
11. Good Love
12. Hey Hey Hey Hey
13. Give It To Me While It

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Japanese edition of the hit R&B/soul act's fourth album includes one bonus track, 'Get Away'. BMG. 2002.


Posthumously released albums are always kind of creepy. Certain, probably innocent references suddenly take on prescient overtones. Or, in the case of TLC's fourth, 3D--issued mere months after the accidental death of rapper Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes--we're given a dreary reminder of what might have been. 3D artfully completes TLC's transformation from colorful, freewheeling fashion criminals to confident, elegant R&B divas, albeit divas with attitude and a palpable sense of humor. That's most evident in the sassy, hip-shaking classroom send-up "Quickie," where a droning schoolmarm lectures her pupils on the fine art of pulling a fast one. "Quickie" is a bit of an anomaly, though, as the majority of 3D finds the trio navigating smooth, melodic midtempo songs about love, empowerment, and that rare space in between. The women have never sounded better. As with their classic CrazySexyCool disc, TLC deftly blend soul, hip-hop, faux-gospel, pop, and consistently smart lyrics. "Turntable" is an irresistible ode to positive thinking that should be an anthem for the downtrodden everywhere. That such a hopeful message arrives on the heels of Lopes's untimely death makes 3D that much more compelling. --Kim Hughes

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Three albums later...we bring you 3D!! The long awaited and supposedly (but hopefully not) final album from TLC has to be their best work yet, and also one of the best albums of 2002! TLC returns once more on 3D with an old school meets new school twistage. This is another album that I can put in the player and listen to the entire album without skipping a song. That's one main reason why it deserves five stars in my book. It's rare these days to find an album in which ever song is playable. If you are a fan of TLC or just joining, don't second guess buying this album...you won't be disappointed. The songs are as follows:
3D Intro: Kind of reminds me of Fanmail's intro. It explains what 3D means and is a very upbeat song. "I can bring it to you in 3D".
Quickie: Left Eye is very involved in this song. It's another upbeat song, one of my favorites. It has a very catchy chorus and will most likely be a single since it was supposed to be the first single from the album.
Girl Talk: The first single from the album! It's another upbeat song that is also very catchy. Said to be the new anthem for women of the new millennium.
Turntable: This song is dedicated to TLC's fallen sister, Left Eye. Very catchy and uplifting, positive song but also sad at the same time. One of my favorites from the album. "Don't get discouraged, there's always a better day."
In Your Arms Tonight: "I just want to have a good time" which pretty much sums up this song. A laid back song made to groove to. The "Creep" song of the album.
Over Me: Starts out with a good beat. Another catchy, fast paced song. Has a good dance beat to get yourself moving. Good song overall.
Hands Up: First real ballad type song on the album. Not my favorite type of song but has a real message behind it.
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By A Customer on July 11 2004
Format: Audio CD
TLC are one of the best and most popular "girl groups" of all time. Their style influenced so many artists in the '90s and continues to influence even today. They had some of the most popular songs of the past decade. Can you imagine where radio would be without "Waterfalls" or "No Scrubs". Their CDs were among the best modern R&B had to offer. So when the group released 3D several months after the death of group member Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, many wondered what Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins and Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas would fare without who was without a doubt the most charismatic member of the group. Although 3D didn't sell nearly as many copies as their previous albums and didn't score as many hits, it is still a very good CD. Listening to this CD, you wouldn't be able to tell Left Eye hadn't been there to finish the album because she appears on several tracks. It's kind of eerie listening to her, but her appearances on these songs are a testament to her talent. T-Boz and Chilli do a great job of carrying on without Left Eye, and you can tell just by listening to the music that despite their many public battles and disagreements, the 3 women truly loved and respected one another.
Although the music isn't as good as the music on CrazySexyCool or FanMail, it is still better than most of the R&B out there right now. "Quickie" is classic TLC. "Girl Talk" should have been a bigger hit, and "Damaged" ranks right up there with the classic "Unpretty". TLC works with a large variety of producers, and each one brings something good to the table. I especially love "Dirty Dirty", which features the always reliable Missy Elliott.
This was a good album for TLC to end things on.
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As a loyal TLC fan, I own all of their albums. In ranking them, 3D comes in third: behind CrazySexyCool and Fanmail. Even though 3D is not as strong overall as the two former albums mentioned, it provides some of TLC's STRONGEST songs. "Damaged" had potential to be TLC's biggest hit under different circumstances, and it is close to becoming my favorite tlc song. "So So Dumb" is a very catchy song with a decent message; not to mention the dancefest, "Dirty Dirty," the sexy "Give It To Me While It's Hot" and the irresistible "In Your Arms Tonight." The weakest material here are the Rodney Jerkins produced songs, but even those aren't bad. Nothing TLC does is terrible, except for the horrible "This is How it Should be Done" and "Das the Way We Like'em" from their first album, and even these are sometimes listenable because of TLC's charisma coming through the music.
TLC are never boring and this album is worth getting, regardless of whether you're a hardcore fan or not. There is a lot that is great about this album and I could argue it is one of the best from 2002, so please don't dismiss it.
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01. 3D - 8.5/10 (Great introduction to the album, kind of reminiscent of Outkast's B.O.B)
02. Quickie - 8/10 (Good song, kind of annoying after awhile. But the beat's very original)
03. Girl Talk - 8.5/10 (Great track, too generic to be a first TLC single)
04. Turntable - 8.5/10 (Great song, Chilli's vocals are amazing. Kind of poppy)
05. In Your Arms Tonight - 7/10 (Nice melody in the verses and bridge, but boring and repetitive. The beat is too Neptunes and gets rather annoying)
06. Over Me - 8/10 (Generic song, but it's still good. Rodney's beat is pretty unoriginal)
07. Hands Up - 9/10 (Amazing song, has originality, awesome vocals, the lyrics are lagging)
08. Damaged - 10/10 (The best song on the album, perfect harmony, melody, and it's just amazing)
09. Dirty Dirty - 6.5/10 (One of my least favorite songs. The lyrics and vocals are nice, but the beat is very annoying. It gets boring in the last minute as well)
10. So So Dumb - 10/10 (The 2nd best song on 3D. It tells a wonderful story and Raphael Saadiq makes this a standout and original track)
11. Good Love - 6.5/10 (It could have been nice, but the last minute and a half is just boring repetition of the chorus. Definition of filler)
12. Hey Hey Hey Hey - 8/10 (Rodney Jerkin's beat is actually original on this song. It's a great track, but needs a Lisa rap because the extra choruses at the end make it almost filler song)
13. Give it to Me While it's Hot - 8.5/10 (Great beat, great melody, great sex song. Lisa's rap doesn't fit at all)
14. Get Away - 8.5/10 (Nice 80's style song with good lyrics and nice vocals) *Japanese Bonus Track
15. Who's it Gonna Be? - 8/10 (Good bonus track. Not an album highlight. Rodney's beat is pretty generic, but Tionne's vocals are great.
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