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Love Angel Music Baby

3 Feb 2014 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Label: Polydor Associated Labels
  • Copyright: (C) 2004 Interscope Records
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  • Total Length: 55:53
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  • ASIN: B001KF0EWI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,009 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ms. A. Chopra on 11 Aug 2005
Format: Audio CD
I never expected to like Gwen Stefani's music - i didn't like "What you waiting for", although the Alice in Wonderland video was inspired. And that is what the majority of this album is - inspired, by many factors. Stefani deals with style ("Harajuku girls"), race ("Long Way to Go"), love ("The Real Thing", "Cool"), stereotypes ("Hollaback Girl", "Bubble Pop Electric"), and the rnb breakowns are a sort of cooling down. To be honest, it really works well. The fact that she resembles Madonna in some songs (e.g. "Serious") is deja vu in a good sense, because it's about time we had a female blonde star who knew what she was singing about.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Phoenix Resurgam on 30 Nov 2004
Format: Audio CD
You really do have to listen to this a couple of times before making a decision on Gwen's first solo release. There's a lot of versatility here, but most of the tracks have a very heavy '80s pop/Madonna feel to them. I can definitely hear 'Get into the Groove' and Cyndi Lauper's 'Time after Time' on a couple of the tracks. Stand out tracks have to be the brilliant 'What You Waiting For', 'The Real Thing', 'Cool' and 'Crash', 'Danger Zone', the latter two definitely have single potential. The heavy influence of the '80s stands out in all of the best tracks, I can pick out Depeche Mode keyboards and the truly unique New Order guitar sound on a few of the tracks (i.e. The Real Thing), but mostly it's early Madonna with an occasional Shirley Manson-esque sound.
There are a couple of really awful tracks on the LP, 'Hollaback' which is like some irritating cheerleader chant, and the dire collaboration with Andre 3000 'Long Way to Go', which had me reaching for the the skip button! Also there's 'Bubble Pop Electric' which is a borderline love or hate track, I am erring towards getting to like it, but could do without all the 'Grease' type talking at the beginning and end.
I have to say that I much prefer the majority of this stuff to the truly disappointing (for me) 'Tragic Kingdom' album, there are some excellent pop tunes here and the use of different producers and collaborators on most tracks certainly gives a diverse sound and feel to this album which shows both versatility and a desire not to be pigeon-holed. Cool stuff, even the title of the album is cool - very '80's pop chic.
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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful By "boberta" on 24 Nov 2004
Format: Audio CD
For a No Doubt fan, this album is a bit of a shock. Whether it's a good or a bad shock, I don't really know...
For any No Doubt fans reading this, the nearest album I can equate 'Love Angel Music Baby' to is 'Rock Steady'. But imagine an album about a hundred times more hyperactive than 'Rock Steady'and you have Gwen's first (kind of) solo outing.
The album is undoubtably a grower. I've listened to it about 4 times through since getting it a couple of days ago and the tracks are only just about beginning to seep into my brain. Initially, I was slightly taken aback after being completely bombarded by Eighties style pop music. As I was only born in the mid 80's, this album was like nothing I'd ever heard before.Only now am I really beginning to differentiate between the tracks...Stand out songs include the first single 'What you Waiting For', 'Hollaback Girl' and my favourite, 'Bubble Pop Electric'.
This album is at its best during the faster, more exciteable songs. Gwen is lyrically and vocally confident, cool and sultry and that makes a real change from the majority of No Doubt albums where she is far more confessional and wears her heart on her sleeve. There is not a lot of that here.
Gwen Stefani has collaborated wisely on this album, Eve, The Neptunes and Andre 3000 amongst others are involved. Their involvement further distances 'Love Angel Music Baby' from anything Gwen did with No Doubt. The only disappointing song is 'A Long Way To Go' with Andre 3000. It's a song about inter-racial relationships which, however well-intentioned it may be,is slightly embarrassing and a bit boring. However, Andre 3000 did co-write 'Bubble Pop Electric', so I'll let him off...
The album is generally good and fun, it might just take No Doubt fans a little while to get used to it...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nikola on 13 Sep 2005
Format: Audio CD
Gwen Stefani's solo album L.A.M.B. was expected to be a great hit, and so it is! Many of the top world producers have worked on it (Dr. Dre, Tony Canal, Andre 3000 etc.) and they have done a great job! If you are a No Doubt fan, you probably won't like this album. However, it's not Britney Spears neither, although all the tracks have been carefully planned. There are so many different musical influences on this album- for the fans of pop, there are songs like "What You Waiting For?", "Rich Girl", "Serious", "Danger Zone", etc. and fans of rock, techno and house will enjoy "Bubble Pop Electric" and "Long Way To Go". There are also some surprises (both good and bad) in form of funky songs like "Hollaback Girl", "Cool", and especially "Harajuku Girls". If you are into something fresh, what you waiting for? Buy this album!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 14 Dec 2004
Format: Audio CD
When I first listened to this CD, I couldn't decide whether I was listening to music influenced by Lena Lovich, Nina Hagen, or American cheerleaders. The vocal stylings of What you waiting for are definitely borrowed from Lucky Number (Lena), and Betty Boop.
How she can mix Rap sensibility with 80's power pop is brilliant. The entire CD sticks to the Tokyo, geisha girl theme, and is a totally unique piece of work.
I love this cd!!!!
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