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1 Mar 2003 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 1 Mar 2003
  • Release Date: 1 Mar 2003
  • Label: Virgin UK
  • Copyright: (C) 2000 Virgin Records LtdThis label copy information is the subject of copyright protection. All rights reserved.(C) 2000 Virgin Records Ltd
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  • Total Length: 44:35
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  • ASIN: B001I18VKG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 39,857 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By david@poponline.co.uk on 11 Nov 2000
Format: Audio CD
Deemed by many as the 'Jimmy Gulzar bashing album', Hot, Spice Girl, Melanie B's first solo record does indeed see Brown getting rather feisty at times, but of the five tracks she co-wrote, only one song, the single 'Tell Me' talks of Gulzar ('and all you loved was Mel B's money'). The album is defined by the special guests and producers including former BLACKstreet members Teddy Riley and Eric Williams, Missy Elliott, Sisqo, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Rodney Jerkins and bizarrely, Mel's actor boyfriend Max Beesely. However, vocally Mel puts in a all round good performance, and the last track 'Feel Me Now' proves what a deep sexy voice she has - phwoar! 'Lullaby', is the most honest and touching moment on the album, a truely beautiful song written by Mel for her 2 year old daughter, Phoenix Chi. The song, enough to reduce even the most heavy hearted listeners to tears ('..but I know this love is unconditional, deep inside you're my living joy'). Woth buying for the cover sleeve alone, but there's tons of top tracks to satisfy your pop tastebuds. Pure quality R&B.
Best Song: Hell No Worst Song: I Believe
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 13 Oct 2000
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Mel B's three solo singles have all rocked so I had high expectations of the album. I wasn't disappointed. Things kick off with Feels So Good which is just a really nice love song, and then there's Tell Me, which is the amazing current single. Lullaby is a cute little ballad about Phoenix which is followed by Step Inside, my favourite song which is a really cool, Destiny's Child 2-stepper. Every song is great and the production is excellent all the way through thanks to Sisqo, Fred and Rodney Jerkins, Missy Elliott, and many other talented producers. At the end of the CD, there is I Want You Back with Missy, which is very dark and groovy, Pack Your Sh*t which is really angry and excellent, and to finish a sleazy song called Feel Me Now. This whole album is great and Mel's voice and personality shine. It hasn't been out of my stereo since I bought it. The best RnB album of the year so far.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 19 Oct 2000
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Finally, the debut solo album from the first Spice Girl to go solo is out!! And it's no disappointment!!! Not only does it include amazing R'n'B such as 'Hotter', 'Tell Me' and the imaginatevely titled 'Pack Your S**t', it includes amazing pop songs like 'Feels So Good' which is the next single, and beautiful ballads like 'Lullaby', which is a pretty melody about her daughter, Phoenix Chi. I am very impressed with this album and in my point of view, is the greatest solo offering by any Spice Girl!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 8 Jan 2001
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This album is the best album i have bought this year, its 100% fab. she really has buckets of talent that have shown through with the album, the song HOTTER is simply amazing a real tune that gets u hooked. i'd give her 10 stars easily. shes by far the best R&B act the UK has, and should hang on to her NOW GO OUT AND BUY IT!!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 18 Dec 2001
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Oh Melanie, Melanie? How could you? If you want to know why I'm being so dramatic, check out the credits for songwriters. Mel.B's lyrical talent spans three group albums, but here...it seems as though it didn't. While the album is decent, and give us more flavor than most American r&b albums. (Say...Blu Cantrell or Debelah Morgan?)
Mel.B obviously has some taste in music, with the first track 'Feels So Good' she gives funk and pop a exploding fusion. 'Tell Me' sounds like a runaway Looney Tune cartoon at first, then in come the many bass-lines. 'Hell No' is at the most, one of the weakest tracks, but the lyrics make you think. 'Lullaby' which was dedicated to her daughter was sweet and innocent, with its childish ways.
The best track by far was 'Feel Me Now', the sexy-romp into Mel's fantasies of sex. Sadly, most of these songs (excpet 'Lullaby') were co-written if not written at all by Mel.B.
This makes for a bad mixture, since her fellow bandmates album, Mel.C's 'Northern Star' is very personal, in a sense of lyrics and music choice. She had the producers and voice, but didn't mine her lyrical talent.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Reno Baldomero on 18 Dec 2007
Format: Audio CD
I was never a fan of the Spice Girls, but there was always something about this girl that drew me in. She's fierce, fiery and she's got lots of attitude and spunk. Her role in the Spice Girls was obviously stylized, but that doesn't really matter, since it obviously worked. "Hot", her first solo album is not as great as its lead single "I Want You Back", which is a delicious slice of mystic r'n'b. Missy E. wrote the song for Melanie, and it suits her so perfectly, so I can't help but feel somewhat disappointed by the rest of the album. Melanie is a decent singer along the lines of Grace Jones and Janet Jackson, and she's certainly got the fire and drive of Grace Jones, but her music lacks the same rhythmic glory.

Highlights: "I Want You Back", "Feel So Good", "Lullaby" and "Tell Me".
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert Sims on 12 Nov 2004
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I have to state that this album is awsome. Every critic in the world were waiting for EVERY spice girl to screw up and they are trying really hard to find EVERY LITTLE POINT to bring them down. This album has GREAT music, style and diversity. Melanie Brown ( scary spice) has put her feelings into songs and has come away with a great 'port folio'. The critics have done their best to trash it and unfortunately got the better over this talented person. If you notice...EVERY spice girl has had to go through the most extreme and unfounded critisism; I THINK IT IS UNFAIR AND NO WONDER THEY HAVE ALL MOVED ABROAD!!! (EXEPT BABY). Mel.....this is an awsome ablum! She has done the UK proud!!
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