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Fear Of Flying (UK Format)

Mya
11 Feb 2001 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 19 Feb 2001
  • Release Date: 19 Feb 2001
  • Label: Polydor Associated Labels
  • Copyright: (C) 2001 Interscope Records
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  • Total Length: 1:14:15
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  • ASIN: B001KQW3DK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 93,140 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "tomkatz4" on 27 April 2003
Format: Audio CD
Everyone knows Mya's voice as the sugary sweet one on mega-hit 'Ghetto Supastar' (with Pras Michel) from a few years back, but she still hasn't fully got the recognition she so rightly deserves in the UK just yet. I was a bit wary of the album at first - I only new her from Ghetto Supastar - but I was in for a shock with this.
After storming to number one (albeit with 3 other divas) on Lady Marmalade, she came back with the fantastic 'Case Of The Ex', which can be heard on this fantastic album, 'Fear Of Flying'.
There are clearly two types of songs on this album - the breezy ballads, and the r'n'b stompers, and the ratio is about half and half - perfect. Fear Of Flying (the song) is probably the best out of all the ballads. It is airy, and perfectly showcases Mya's light voice. Can't Believe and Tears On My Pillow are the two other major standouts of the ballads, and Now Or Never is probably the most uptempo of them all.
The r'n'b songs are another lot altogether, and more than hold their own against the ballads. Single Case Of The Ex is one of the weaker of the r'n'b songs. Pussycats is a slick number, and How You Gonna Tell Me is full to the brim with typical US diva attitude. Takin' Me Over (featuring the late Lisa Lopes), is in a class of its own, with Mya and Lefteye recalling events at a party. The song is unique, and insanely addictive. Lie Detector is a saucy offering (with Beenie Man) about catching your partner out, and it works well.
Overall, with Lefteye, Beenie Man and Jadakiss on the album, Mya writing or co-writing many of the songs, and r'n'b beats mixed with beautiful ballads, well, it's safe to say that Mya is one diva who will be flying high.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By K. S. Williamson on 13 Nov 2003
Format: Audio CD
The best mya album. Every tune is listenable and you wont want to skip any (expect maybe the skit.. which after 20 times of listenin to can get annoying)
Tears on my pillow is probably the best tune on here, showcasing her fluffy sweet voice with meaning, and beat.
For the 1st time is probably the next best, followed by the best of me ft jadakiss, however its hard to choice with the selection being so high, because we cant forget her duet with the late left eye lisa lopes, taking me over. How u gonna tell me is also gr8...
Basically all the tunes are great! Buy it.. cuz u dont know what ur missin!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 26 Feb 2001
Format: Audio CD
God, this girls good! I wanted this album since hearing the addictive Case of the Ex and had high expectations of it. Excellent is an understatement. I can truly say all 18 tracks are amazing, with great partnerships between Mya and various well known Swing/Hip-hop artists. Taking me Over with Left-Eye is a cute, catchy, happy go lucky tune as is Now or Never. The album layout is brilliant, it kicks off with girl power tunes with phat beats, then goes into bouncy, feel-good tunes and the last part of the album is packed with beautiful ballads. Mya has a wonderful, soft voice and her talents are really shown off on this album. I would highly recommend this album to any true R&B fan, if you liked talents such as Mona Lisa and Brandy this album is for you.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 22 Mar 2002
Format: Audio CD
Mya finally got the recognition in the international world of music after she stunningly sang with Christina A., P!NK and Lil' Kim on global smash 'Lady Marmalade', and the Moulin Rouge moll doesn't dissapoint on this sparkling album! Single 'Case of the Ex' and smooth offering 'Pussycats' should keep r'n'b fans grinning from here to Mexico, and for the more poppy among us, 'Now Or Never' is the best thing to bop along to on the alb. 'Takin' Me Over' is as unusual as it is brilliant, featuring the lovely Lefteye and the only disappointment is that the young lady won't be back with an album until later in the year! But for now, the blissful tunes and spiky beats should keep the world gagging for more of Mya!
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By A Customer on 4 Feb 2001
Format: Audio CD
Mya has been around, and longer than most will recall at that. But her debut Album 'All about Me' recieved little critical, or popular sucess. Her major chart sucess, 'Ghetto Supastar' was really the work of collaborators Pras and Wyclef Jean. However, with 'Fear of Flying', she really steps into her own. The album is packed with wonderful pop-RnB crossover tunes. The debut release 'Case of the Ex' is an outstandingly catchy, yet agressive song, with one of the most thumping base-lines of the year, and the Darkchild spawned 'Why I wanna fight' keeps the benchmark up. Although the mark of her collaborators is clear, Mya thrives on partnership - the tracks 'The best of me' with Jaydakiss, 'Takin' me over' with Left Eye, and 'Lie Detector' with Beenie Man zing with creative enrgy. Although the album tires when it reaches ballad-phase, the penultimate track 'For the first time', a sultry, sweaty tale of repressed sexuality proves that Mya can produce outstanding work - with a little help form her friends.
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By A Customer on 13 Jun 2001
Format: Audio CD
i'm completly hooked to this c.d!!!!! i bought cuz i loved free and case of the ex, and also loved pusycats which i downloaded... and i'm glad i bought it!!!!!!!!!! it's so great... the songs are just great and though i listened almost to the whole album i find myself listening mainly to songs 1-10, they're the ones i listen to, and after them i always stop, so i believe the other 10 are also great.... i love "case of the ex", "free" "pussycats" "again and again" "takin' me over" is greaaaaaat!!!!!!!!!!!!!! the best of me, is very nice and "lie detector", is also very good, the idea is very "original"... this is an excellent album, and i haven't yet heard to the other 10 songs, so there's probably a surprise waiting for me... buy the album!!!!!
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