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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 1 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Bmg Japan
  • ASIN: B00139ZKCK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews
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Product Description

Limited Edition Japanese pressing of this album comes housed in a miniature LP sleeve.

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Format: Audio CD
Personally, I liked this album and frankly I think it deserves more credit than it got. For one: She didn't over sing ANYTHING, that's what people didn't like, the ballads weren't so "AND I--- WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOOOOU!!" they were just right, she wasn't over singing any of them. Second: She had some pretty good producers uh..Babyface and L.A. Reid who can make anyone sound good or better (In Whitney's case better, in Sheena Easton's case good). It starts off with the title track which has a new jack swiing vibe. "My Name Is Not Susan" (which is my personal favorite) is sharp and to the point and shows that Whitney we all know and love. "All The Man That I Need" is an elegant love song which has a sweet touch to it. "Lover For Life" is an angelic song and flows nicely. "Miracle" is sweet and another Whitney hit (that sadly wasn't included on her Greatest Hits) "I Belong To You" (another personal fave) is an excellent track that is slow and soulful (why wasn't this a single?) "We Didn't Know" which features the great Stevie Wonder is okay and goes pretty nicely but it's not the most likeable duet (they don't even sound passionate at all). "I'm Knockin'" is the best song to end this album with. It's a great song that has a big band edge. There were some terrible moments like "Who Do You Love" which by far is the worst Whitney song I've ever heard (okay, not THE worst but right up there with her new material-see my "Just Whitney" review)and "Anymore" can get on your nerves after awhile. "After We Make Love" is sorta bland but it fares okay, just listen to it every once in awhile. This is actully not a bad album once you get over some bumps and this is when Whitney was in her prime but bigger and better things (The Bodyguard stuff) trampled this album but I say pick it off the floor and play this addicting album.
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Format: Audio CD
Yeah I can definately understand why I'm your Baby tonight slumped and did ok. Her fans weren't ready for her to do something alot different as to (her first two albums-which i think were the best). In the 80's she had 7#1 consecutive hits which surpassed Whitney as the first artist since Elvis and the Beatles to do that. Ya'll remember: "saving all my love for you" "how will i know" to "i wanna dance with somebody" to "where to broken hearts go" now to "I'm Your Baby Tonight". Although there are a couple of good tracks that were good and were hits, like the title hit, All the man that i need, my name is not susan, and miracle. Those were hits. but also she went w/ different producers on this album: L.A. Reid and Babyface to give Whitney a funkier edge since it was the 90's. The song choices i recommend are: #1 #2 #3 #4 #6 #7 and yeah that's it. ... Basically this is her weakest and poorest album. her 1rst 2 were better and my favorite. but before i recommended ome songs that were good so u should buy this cd, but don't listen to numbers: 5, 8, 9, 10, and 11. VERY BAD.
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Format: Audio CD
I think i know why some people agree that this wasn't Whitney's best work after enjoying success w/he 1rst and best 2 albums. In the 80's she had 7 #1 consecutive hts. Her first album in 1985 "whitney Houston" went down as the best-selling female album of all time. (even though younger urban divas like "Ashanti" have also don that). and it stayed on the charts at #1 for 14 consecutive weeks. it had 3#1 singles: Saving all my love, How will i know, and the greatest love of all". In 1987, when she released her second abum simply titled "whitney" since she was so well known, she became the first artist to enter the charts at #1, an this solified whitney to hav 4#1's ONCE AGAIN: "i wanna dance with somebody" "didn't we almost have it all" SO EMOTIONAL" and "where do broken hearts go". But would you think taking a break 4 3 years she could achieve that same success again. Think again. Her 3rd album was a slump to most fans. There were some good and bad tracks. But vocally Whitney was still good and her voice was maturing. Featuring: I'M YOUR BABY TONIGHT and ALL THE MAN THAT I NEED were the 2 only #1 singles. I did like "Miracle" and "My name is not Susan". and "i belong to you". but if you're a whitney fan i guess this album is ok.
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Format: Audio CD
Third album by Whitney.
Everyone expected another winner, most of the crowd considered it a half-one.
One could spend pages trying to find the reasons why.
I do have a limited words space here, so i'll tell you what i liked this album for:
Whitney changed her style, even if not so dramatically, but pointing towards the R'n'B charts instead of the Top 40.
She did deliver a couple of Top 10 singles (oh, by the way, a couple of Top 10 # 1 singles...) with I'M YOUR BABY TONITE and ALL THE MAN THAT I NEED anyway.
Yet most of the tracks are intended for the R'n'B market.
Proof be the enlisting of the Babyface/L.A. Reid team and Luther Vandross as producers, which actually write some of the nicest tunes off the album (MY NAME IS NOT SUSAN, ANYMORE).
The duet with Stevie Wonders sounds lukewarm at its best, but I BELONG TO YOU and LOVER FOR LIFE are winners!
And I'M KNOCKING is as radio-friendly as much as black-oriented as that track could be.
Probably too much for the casual listener...
Definitely not enough for the fan.
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