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I Don't Want You Back Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics

2.9 out of 5 stars 125 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD (Feb. 24 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Sony Imports
  • ASIN: B00014GHPW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars 125 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #10,972 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Intro
2. I Love Them H*'s (H*-Wop)
3. Somethin' Strange
4. On & On
5. F*** It (I Don't Want You Back)
6. Get Off My D**k!
7. Girl Act Right
8. My Baby's Lost
9. I Want You So Bad
10. 4 The Rest Of Your Life
11. All Over Love
12. Controversy
13. Lo Rida
14. I'd Rather F*** With You
15. Finally

Product Description

Product Description

Music For Tv Dinners ~ I Don`T Want You Back

Album Description

Special repackaging of the rapper's hit 2004 album includes the Italian version of the hit 'F**K It'. BMG. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Format: Audio CD
Eamon has certainly done it again! His sophmore album takes soulful trance music in an entirely new direction. This time around, it's very clear that his time growing up as a white boy in South Africa has directly influenced his musical taste.
The album begins with an introspective, yet curious take on traditional Judeo-Christian symbolism, namely the secularization of Saint Nicholas. This is demonstrated on his song, "I Love Them Ho's" as he joyfully sings about all the childhood times he spent on Santa's lap. Interestingly, he follows this up with another Xmas song, "[Fuck] It," in which his growing maturity develops a distaste for the crass commercialism of the season. This is expressed through such statements as "the presents, might as well throw 'em out." And once more, he heaps his scorn upon that ubiqutious 'Ho,' or, in this case, his favorite one-word euphenism for Jolly Ol' St. Nick, known for very often declaring, "Ho-Ho-Ho!"
His lyrical expertise, however, takes a bizarre political turn as he begins to defend the policies of ex-president Richard 'Dick' Nixon, on his song, "Get Off My Dick." One could argue that his swift rap skills could be applied elsewhere, yet there is no denying the attention-getting subject matter of his song.
All-in-all, this is a worthy follow-up to his last album. Eamon once again proves that he's everybody's favorite lovable hoilday rascal. And in fact, a little wink-and-a-nod, self-deprecation never hurts as he admits himself on the upbeat pop hit, "[I'd Rather Fuck With You]." It's nice to finally see a hit artist who doesn't take his own tough-guy, street-slumming, life-sucks-so-I-gotta-curse-about-it persona so seriously. Fo' shizzle, bro, here's rooting for another #1 hit!
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A lot of the reviewers on here say that they heard the sound clips for this album from Eamon (pronounced AY-mon) and weren't impressed, while others say that they haven't even listened to the album but they know that it's bad judging from the first single, "F It (I Don't Want You Back)". Well, I think I'm one of the most qualified people to review this album because I actually listened to the whole thing (don't ask me why), but calling it bad would be an understatement.
I agree with the reviewer that said this might be the most explicit R&B CD of 2004. But it's not the fact that Eamon is swearing on the album that gets to me; it's that he's swearing just for the sake of swearing. And the other problem is that it's clear that this guy has never taken a singing lesson in his life. This is especially obvious by the aforementioned "F It"; and by the way, the first time I heard that song on the radio, I covered my ears and asked, "What the hell IS this?" And if you think his vocals are bad on THAT song, then you sure don't want to hear "I Want You So Bad".
Another weird thing about this album is that sometimes SELECT words are censored, but those same words are uncensored elsewhere in the songs (see "Girl Act Right" or "I'd Rather F With You"). Production also fails, which is evidenced by the terrible beat found on "Get Off My D" (not that the song isn't horrible anyway); and "My Baby's Lost" reuses the famous beat from Mary J. Blige's "Real Love" for the umpteenth time. And Eamon does his best to butcher the Flamingos' "I Only Have Eyes For You" by sampling it for the ludicrous "I Love Them H*'s (H*-Wop)".
The rest of the songs are filler tracks, like "4 the Rest of Your Life" and "Finally". And "On & On", with its repetitive chorus, is aptly titled.
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Format: Audio CD
Of course, I haven't bought the album. But I've heard the single more times than I'd care to over the radio. The first time I heard it, a friend cranked the volume up and said, "This song is so funny." I don't think there's anything funny about this. Forgive a tired cliche, but this is NOT music.
Five years ago, during the boy band craze and such, people asked themselves, "could music possibly get any worse than this?" Well, it certainly has. The lyrics to this clown's single are so simplistic and immature that it almost makes me sick to think of the better artists out there who still have yet to make a real name for themselves. Meanwhile, this guy's annoyingly ubiquitous song is on the radio every other ten minutes.
I keep waiting and waiting for some new and original talent to arrive so that music can be saved, but it's just not happening. It's almost as if I'm being beaten down; whenever I try to get back up, I'm knocked down again. Music is one of the few things in this world that EVERYONE likes. The fact that record companies keep churning out garbage like this is a slap in the face. And they expect us to pay twenty bucks for this stuff? Please.
So you can either buy something worthwhile or support so-called "artists" like Eamon so that there will be a year long slew of profane-ladden R&B cuts all over the radio. Then, the next fad will come along. I shudder at what it might be.
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Format: Audio CD
Eamon is the first genuine one-hit-wonder artist of 2004. I stake my life on it. There is no way in hell this guy is gonna get another cd out there. I listened to the sound clips, and can't believe how bad they are. Just total crap. His voice is not fit for an entire cd of him spouting off as many swear words as he can. Does anyone take his street cred seriously?? Look at that cd cover photo. He looks like a child molester. I'm glad that Frankee, the second one-hit-wonder artist of the year got a chance to record her version of her side of the story. Either way, i'm sick of this whole thing. Why put a song on the radio anyway if you're gonna bleep out half the song due to the swearing. Having a clean version of this song for radio play is a joke anyway. The fact that Eamon's song even made it to pop radio is a sad statement on the sorry condition of today's crappy music. I'd be scared to meet anyone who rates this cd as five stars. They should be arrested for extreme lack of taste in music. If Eamon is a shining example of what Statin Island is putting out for music then i'll stay in Canada.
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