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Keith Sweat, is a Harlem, N.Y born songwriter/ record producer/ vocalist / actor/ radio personality, with a career that spans 24 years of record breaking and trail blazing contributions to the Pop and R&B genre. He is coined the genius behind the New Jack Swing phenomenon of the late 1980’s. Keith Sweat’s timely transition to the R&B mecca of Atlanta in 1992 added ... Read more in Amazon's Keith Sweat Store

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  • Audio CD (12 Aug 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Elektra
  • ASIN: B000069KGG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 164,510 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Song TitleArtist Time Price
Listen  1. I Want YouKeith Sweat Feat.Royalty & Nasdaq 4:070.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  2. Gots To Have ItKeith Sweat feat.Ron-Ron & Royalty 3:320.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  3. Anything GoesKeith Sweat 3:370.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  4. Ladies NightKeith Sweat 3:500.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  5. 100% All ManKeith Sweat 3:340.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. The Right StuffKeith Sweat 4:070.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  7. One On OneKeith Sweat feat. Lola Troy & Lade Bac 5:010.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  8. Show MeKeith Sweat 4:370.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  9. Trust MeKeith Sweat 4:310.79  Buy MP3 
Listen10. Wonderful ThangKeith Sweat 4:280.79  Buy MP3 
Listen11. In & OutKeith Sweat 4:540.79  Buy MP3 
Listen12. Can It BeKeith Sweat feat. Doni 6:070.79  Buy MP3 
Listen13. What Is ItKeith Sweat 4:150.79  Buy MP3 
Listen14. Live Bonus TrackKeith Sweat 3:170.79  Buy MP3 
Listen15. Twisted (Live LP Version)Keith Sweat 5:160.99  Buy MP3 

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Michael Francis on 21 Aug 2002
Format: Audio CD
For over a decade, Keith Sweat has produced excellent albums with heart-rendering ballads and some classic R&B tunes. The man is back with a vengence. Never before have I listened to an album and 'not' had to skip tracks because they weren't up to scratch.
Rebirth is not only Keith Sweats best album ( How could you get any better than 'Get Up On It' ).
Tracks such as One on One & Can It Be & Wonderful Thing will be played time & time again.... late at night of course and 100% Perfect Man & Anyhting Goes are a must for the mornings to get you in the work mood or a sunny day out in the car... The two live tracks just compliment the ablum to a tee... Twisted Live, for me makes up for the man himself not coming to the UK to perform many, if any concerts. Gives the the feeling of being there when this is playing.
Bottom line..... GO AND BUY IT..... REBIRTH IS A MUST
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By sweet2def on 18 Jun 2007
Format: Audio CD
first off, if you dont like OLD SKOOL R&B then dont bother because this album wont be for you. I like the way that nuff people try slate the album but aint got none of keith sweat's back catalogue.
The best songs are 'wonderful thang' and 'show me'.
Most definately a bedroom album (trust me!)
Otherwise very mellow and you can play it in the car on those summer evenings when its just about to get dark.
I loved it.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "aztec100" on 14 Dec 2004
Format: Audio CD
This album is a disappointment with just one excellent track - I Want You. The rest is very average.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Slinky and Kinky 18 Aug 2002
By "theskinnycritic" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If nothing else, one can count on Keith Sweat for not selling out. You won't hear any sappy collaborations with boy bands, corny remakes, or featured youth choirs on a Keith Sweat album. I'll spot him one star on that premise alone. As for Keith Sweat's 'Rebirth', it is better than his last CD ('Didn't See Me Coming') but falls short of some his best work. Thankfully, Sweat put the uptempo tracks together at the beginning so that we can skip over them all at one time. They are fairly unintelligible from everything else on the radio. Worse yet, they are difficult to tell from each other with formualic, looped beats and sophomoric, self-aggrandizement. When he is not trying so hard to impress the fellas, Keith Sweat can actually make some of the best uptempo tunes in R&B, like 'Twisted', which he included here as a live version. The remaining tracks on 'Rebirth' are solid Keith Sweat slow jams. The head-bobbing, slinky grooves go down as well as they always have with only the occassional crude lyric tossed in. Check 'One on One' which starts with instructions for some unsuspecting lady to bend over and touch her toes. Probably not a realistic opener unless you're out with Lil' Kim, Anna Nicole Smith, or both. 'Wonderful Thing' is a refreshing slow jam. 'Show Me' ranks right up there with some of his best ballads. If you're a Keith Sweat fan, skip the first six tracks and commence slow grooving at track seven. If you don't don't know much about Sweat, 'I'll Give All My Love to You' and 'Still In the Game' proove more complete CDs for the money. The bland up-tempo songs on 'Rebirth' drag down what is otherwise a fine effort by Mr. Sweat.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Who are you, and what have you done with Keith? 11 Sep 2002
By Anthony Rupert - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
It pains me to give a Keith Sweat album such a low review, but I agree with what another reviewer says...that after dropping the LSG album, Still In The Game was a step down and Didn't See Me Coming was another step down. With Rebirth, he just fell down the stairs.
Most of the songs on this album are fast, and they're the problem. And I'm not saying that just because they're fast, but because the production is terrible, the guest rappers are about as dope as Irv Gotti, and the lyrics are cheesy and generic at the same time. Also, when you listen to the singing in these bouncy tracks, it doesn't even SOUND like him. If Keith wanted to go back to fast songs, he should've stuck with flavors like those found in "Just A Touch" and "Twisted" (not "I Want Her"; that style's too dated). Instead, he gives us wack tracks like "The Right Stuff" and "I Want You", and the raunchy and disturbing "Anything Goes". The tired "100% All Man" has the chorus "40% lover/10% player/10% stunna/No % hater/40% hottie/Add it up mami/100% all man", and in "Ladies Night", he says he's looking for a girl so he can "shake his gelatin." Men do NOT say that! Also, I don't know WHAT is going on with those sound effects in "Gots To Have It" because it sounds like someone let elephants into the studio. With all these fast tracks and rappers, you can tell Keith is still trying to get younger fans (or whatever he's trying to do), but it just doesn't work. It's sad when you can't even cross over right.
The slow songs are the only ones that are worth listening to...or so I thought. "Show Me" and "One On One" are good, and "Can It Be" is tolerable. "Wonderful Thang" is decent until he refers to a woman as "You wonderful thang, you" during the chorus. "In And Out" is all right but that background singing is dreary. And it's really annoying that the end of almost every ballad has Keith saying "Turn the lights down" three times.
Keith Sweat calls this album Rebirth, but the rebirth of what, I can't tell. You couldn't pay me to listen to this album again.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
hope sweat takes note of these reviews 27 Jun 2005
By Russell Clark - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I must agree with the negative reviews of this album, together with the assessment of Keith Sweat's recent music. Obviously Make It Last Forever is a classic album with a unique sound and it cannot be replicated. With his subsequent 4 albums inclusive of Twisted, Keith Sweat defined a style of music and this is what the fans have come to love and expect. Sweat consistently produced excellent albums with only a few tracks I would leave off a playlist. The reverse is true with the last 3 albums: there are only a few tracks I would include in a playlist. I agree with the assessment that he has tried to cross over to a more hip hop influenced style which does not make the most of his voice, and leaves a hole in the Urban market which he used to fill. I was just listening to Get Up On It from his 4th album and was remembering how I looked forward to his new releases, but not now. These days it's not cool to be soul artist and the record companies just want to make money off all the idiots who buy music for the lifestyle that it is shown to represent in the media. I'm not optimistic about any comeback, but you never know. Bottom line: forget last 3 albums, buy first 5.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
So Sad 26 May 2005
By A. Boykin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I am or should I say was a Keith fanatic but plain and simple, Keith makes the mistakes as many artist do; he forgets about the audience that he came in with. Obviously he is focusing on the younger listeners with his latest three albums. I was very disappointed with this entire CD. The songs were not well thought out and the writting for these songs suck. Keith, two words, Come Back.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Keith Left Us Hanging AGAIN! 7 Nov 2002
By Torrey - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
On Keith Sweat's ninth album, "Rebirth", Keith Sweat once again finds himself not up to par with his first five albums. He leaves his fans hanging with too many poorly produced fast songs and not enough of his slow songs. Tracks 7 and 12, "One on One" and "Can It Be?" are good slow songs. The song "The Right Stuff" sounds like something that Timbaland would produce. (And don't get me wrong, I like Timbaland!) And the two bonus tracks (tracks 14 and 15) weren't even necessary!
I gave this album a three for effort, but for Keith's 10th album, he would need a devestating recovery after not one, not two, not even three, but FOUR albums that flopped! And he should be getting ready for a greatest hits album.
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