|1. Bootylicious - Sample Edge Of Seventeen|
|2. Nasty Girl - Sample Tarzan Boy|
|3. Independent Women Part II - Sample Peabody's Improbable History|
|4. You've Been So Good|
|5. Now Behold the Lamb|
|6. Jesus Loves Me|
|7. Total Praise|
|8. Independent Women Part I|
|11. Nasty Girl|
|13. Apple Pie À La Mode|
|14. Sexy Daddy|
|15. Perfect Man|
|16. Independent Women Part II|
|17. Happy Face|
|18. Dance With Me|
|19. My Heart Still Beats|
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I'm afraid I wasn't expecting anything different from DC and held off buying this album until it was reduced to bargain basement price. The only reason for my purchase was that I enjoyed 'Emotion' so much, and by the time I bought the album, it was better value than buying a CD single of just one track.
I drove to work this morning listening to the CD for the first time, and am amazed to say that I didn't skip one single track. In fact, the only time my finger touched the forward/ back buttons was to repeat Apple Pie a la Mode and Emotion. Simply put, this is a corker of an album. And what's more I'm afraid I totally disagree with the Amazon reviewer's lukewarm review. There are no real downtempo tracks until the latter third of the album and even these are beautifully written and performed.
It's glitzy, fiesty, sexy girlie r'n'b at its best, and far superior to anything DC have done of late. Anyone who enjoys Beyonce's solo stuff- with perhaps the exception of the inane and pointless 'Check On It'- should buy this album now. It's also a good introduction to r'n'b for anyone looking to get started with their collection. Surprisingly excellent.
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