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After The Storm

1 Jan. 2002 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 13 Jun. 2003
  • Release Date: 13 Jun. 2003
  • Label: J Records
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  • Total Length: 52:30
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  • ASIN: B001IMZE5A
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 105,752 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "swhit270" on 18 Mar. 2004
Format: Audio CD
"After The Storm" is Monica's follow up to her smash hit album "The Boy Is Mine", which as it's title suggests contains the biggest hit of 1998 in the USA, and arguably in the UK, "The Boy Is Mine". The song, which Monica performed alongside Brandy is her biggest hit to date. Such high standards are hard to follow, but quality is something hasn't eluded this album. The album kicks of with an Intro featuring Missy Elliot, the appearance of such a high calibre music superstar is testament to the standard of this record. Next up is "Get It Off", which became the After The Storm's third single in late 2003. It's not hard to see why it was picked as a single - totally irresistible and faultless vocal's from Monica are complimented by a infectious and well-positioned sampling of the Strafe track "Set It Off". An example of this album's strengths - pure R&B music with a modern day edge to keep it modern and funky. And following that is the album's lead single, and a huge hit for Monica which silenced any critics who declared her career to be over. "So Gone" is an insanely addictive and superbly produced song that describes the pitfalls of a relationship, and the suspicions that lead to obsessions, and ultimately break-ups. Monica's vocals are totally on form once again, and there is a level of soul and emotion pouring out from every note she sings, such feelings that are a rarity in modern day popular music. Following this is a song I have failed to appreciate in the several months I have owned this recording. "U Should've Known Better" wants to be a soulful, beautiful and honest ballad. In reality it falls somewhere between bland and pretentious. The lyrics are clearly very personal, yet as a listener I cannot take them seriously.Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ant King W on 23 July 2003
Format: Audio CD
After The Storm by Monica is the R'n'B album of the year 4me, jus ahead of 'Luther Vandross' & 'Beyonce'. I can't stop playin it. Monica has had alot 2deal with in the last 4-5years especially with her X killing himself in front of her. Her voice is a tribute 2 R'n'B in a Big way & at only 22yo she has alot 2come. This Double Disc is well worth it & although i love the whole album these tunes grab me ALOT: CD1: 'So Gone', 'Don't Gotta Go Home', 'Knock, Knock', 'Breaks My Heart', 'Ain't Gonna Cry No More', 'I Wrote This Song'(Monica's 1st ever song she wrote herself & the words in the song are very personal & touching)& 'Hurts The Most'. CD2: The Standout Track 4me Is 'Down 4 Whatever', I really love the production & Monica's vocal style on this song. Also 'Seachin', this is a lovely Gospel song & Monica shows so much variation of her vocal ability (Wow). Both Cd's Have Cool uptempo tunes so look out 4 'Get It Off', 'Too Hood', 'What Part Of The Game' & The Hot 'So Gone' Remix.
The Album Guest Stars: Missy Elliot, DMX, Tyrese & Busta Rhymes & Mia X.
TRUST ME MUSIC FANS THIS ALBUM DOESN'T DISSAPOINT !
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ant King W on 10 July 2003
Format: Audio CD
Monica is definately back & creating a storm after her own personal one. Well produced Hot album with da help of Missy Elliot makes it a welcomed return 2da scene after albums 'Miss Thing'(jus 14yo then) & 'The Boy Is Mine'(At 17yo).
I love da whole album, it definately shows the growth of a 22yo Woman with a voice of a young (True) diva. Songs 2 look out 4 in Particular i'd say is So Gone(No.1 U.S R'n'B Single), Don't Gotta Go Home (ft. DMX), Knock, Knock, Breaks My Heart, I Wrote This Song(A Very Personal Track, Hear Da Words), Ain't Gonna Cry No More. I've probably put near da whole album but thats how much i love it. There is also a bonus Cd with a few tracks & 'So Gone' Video. On This Disc I find myself keep on repeating a song called 'Down 4 Whatever' (LOVE IT !), Also Look 4 DA GOSPEL hit 'Searchin', a testament 2 Monica's vocal ability.
AFTER THE STORM (Peaked at No.1 in the U.S Billboard Album charts), is a must buy if you LOVE music PERIOD! The album(No Weak Songs) & artist are definate QUALITY.
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