- Audio CD (27 Oct. 2001)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Inferno/Telstar
- ASIN: B00005QTDJ
- Other Editions: Audio CD
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 34,276 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Lickin' On Both Sides
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MIS-TEEQ - LICKIN' ON BOTH SIDES CD 14 TRACKS (61094)
Sassier than a drawer full of naughty underwear, UK-garage divas Mis-Teeq surely rate as the rudest girls on the block thanks to their debut Lickin' on Both Sides. Having ripped up the charts with their first three singles, "Why", "One Night Stand" and the superlative "All I Want", this streetwise female trio now unveil the fuller picture--a tense, aerobic album that positively bursts with youthful energy. It's not all pitched-up vocals with "bling bling" attitude, though. Successfully fusing the digital click of garage with harmonious R&B, Norwegian producers Stargate have crafted a solid showcase for the group's talents: sweet soul vocals and the speed-ragga talents of MC and central figure Alesha. It would be easy to tag these girls as Britain's answer to Destiny's Child, and that's not so wide of the mark. The stop-start clout of "Stamp Reject" echoes the feistiness of "Independent Woman", and "Better Better" is a dead ringer for "Survivor". However, poppy outings such as the funky "Roll On" do show diversity beyond such comparisons, although the mawkish vibe of "These Days" sounds more like the Spice Girls than it really ought to. --Paul Tierney
Top Customer Reviews
Mis-Teeq are, in terms of image, Destiny's Child's british cousins. In terms of music, they are altogether different. With an album titled "Lickin' On Both Sides," it was apparent to me that these girls have style and attitude. The album was powerful, mixing great R&B with UK garage. One Night Stand is a really cool song, although I like the Stargate version better than the Sunship. B With Me is, eh, nothing special. That Type Of Girl is a song I really like, it reminds me of Craig David's Fill Me In. They'll Never Know is AWESOME- the MCing on it is incredible with So Solid Crew. All I Want is a really cool song as well. Why is okay. I wasn't impressed with These Days. I was more into the American styled Roll On and Nasty. Stamp Reject was a pretty decent track as well.
The rest of the tracks are uniformly this good with the exceptions of 'These Days', a slushy and boring ballad that means well but does Mis-Teeq no favours (far better with a bit of attitude!) and the terrible, cringe-inducing 'Secrets Of The Night', which had unfortunate echoes with All*Stars 'Things That Go Bump In The Night'.
Overall, this is a wicked album and if they continue like this, Mis-Teeq should have no problems becoming one of Britain's shining lights in the music scene.
It is definatly worth buying.
The mis-teeq girls are great, and Alesha's Mcing is fantastic and gives the album the garage sound that allows the album to sound different and not fall into r&b cliche mode. To tell the truth she totally wipes the floor with those So Solid guys on "They'll Never Know". The production on the album is tight, no fillers, and each track sounds different. A definite party album in the same way that say TWOTW was for Destiny's Child. However the comparison must end there.
The best track is probably "All I Want", but I also love "Nasty" which reminds me to an extent of how En Vogue would joke on their albums. "You're Gonna Stay" is great and "Roll On" will definitely get you dancing. "They'll Never Know" is an obvious single, but the title may confuse some with So Solid's recent single "They don't know".
All in all, i think this album will do really well, and these women have a great future and are hear to stay.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this CD up beat and fun. I love to play it when I want my tone up lifted.Published on 4 Aug. 2010 by Henry Charles
Finally, a group who have made a massive album with 15 tracks and they are all amazing. Unlike so many groups, Mis Teeq have stayed soley as a RnB group, without going into the... Read morePublished on 12 Feb. 2004
This is a great album, a must must for anyone who is a fan of the mis-teeq ladees!
Highlights of the album are:
One night stand - the best single releashed after... Read more
i have rated the limited edition lickin on both sides album by mis-teeq 5stars. this is because there is a range of music, from fast to slow and from rap to ballads. Read morePublished on 1 July 2002 by kimberley miles
This album is fab!! Their first album was really cool including all their hits, but this one includes bonus tracks like the single version of "B With Me" plus the fab new... Read morePublished on 30 Jun. 2002 by Lauren
Mis-teeq have made it! This album is an essential item that you can't help yourselves from bying. What is on that album? Read morePublished on 27 Jun. 2002 by nadine
Mis-teeq have made it! This album is an essential item that you can't help yourselves from bying.What is on that album? Read morePublished on 27 Jun. 2002 by nadine