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  • Audio CD (7 Jan. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Sony Music
  • ASIN: B00004SD09
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,819 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Holdin' Out (For Your Love)
2. Ego Trippin
3. Freak In Me
4. Welcome II Nextasy
5. What U Want
6. Wifey
7. Cybersex
8. Beauty Queen
9. When We Kiss
10. Jerk
11. Call On Me
12. Shorty
13. Minnesnowta
14. Let's Make A Movie
15. My Everything
16. Splash
17. Banned From TV
18. Oh No No

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welcome ii nextasy [edizione: francia] [import]next (artista) | formato: audio cd---descrizionebrani1.welcome ii nextasy2.what u want3.wifey4.cybersex5.beauty queen6.when we kiss7.jerk8.call on me9.shorty10.minnesnowta11.let's make a movie12.my everything13.splash14.banned from tv15.oh no no16.freak in me

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Next perfects the art of the hip-hop tinged, R&B ghetto hymn on Welcome II Nextasy, a slick and explicit soundtrack for all of life's freakier moments. Best known for the erection-on-the-dance-floor number, "Too Close", from their debut, Rated Next, T-Low, R.L., and Tweety create some ultra-nasty moments on tracks like "Jerk", a three-man salute to masturbation, "Shorty" ("I met her at a naughty show/I'm thinking about fellatio"), and "Let's Make a Movie" ("I'm a superstar/With super sperm"). What saves the album from descending into a testosterone-fuelled trash heap, however, is the guys' wicked penchant for humour. It sounds as if they're snickering over their own impure ways as much as the rest of us are. Who else in R&B is crooning about getting it on on their own? --Sylvia W. Chan

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By misha.badiani@vizold.co.uk on 3 Oct. 2000
Format: Audio CD
Next are just one of a kind, they really know the feeling of music and a unique style always gets appreciated. They are one of a few rare talented groups around who really know what they are doing. Next sing in a style which captivates you into paradise, so it is well worth listening to!
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By A M Osumanu on 13 Dec. 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
i have been a fan of this group since they burst onto the scene. it is a shame that they couldnt go on longer but i have all their albums and i am happy with them
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 31 May 2000
Format: Audio CD
the trio's follow up to 'Rated Next' is a quality blend of R&B with super vocals throughout. Wifey will be their first single release and Jerk their second.
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful By N. Leighton on 24 Aug. 2009
Format: Audio CD
I did not receive this item. After purchasing the item, the seller contacted me advising the CD was not in an acceptable condition to sell. Therefore i received a refund.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Next: Take It To The Next Level 28 Jun. 2000
By Tony_Tone - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
R.L and his brothers Tweety, T-Low came on the scene in 97 with a stunning debut album that produced three number one hits: Too Close, Butta Love, I Still Love You.. Steamy ballads like Do You Think About Me, Taste So Good, Stop, Drop & Roll.. They are back with stunning second album Welcome II Nextasy this CD picks up where their last one did.. This time much of Welcome II Nextasy put more emphasis on the ballads they turn the heat up a notch higher this is evident on such ballads as Cybersex, Let's Make A Movie(My personal favorite on the whole cd), Call On Me.. When We Kiss .. Next also take on some pretty provocative issues such on the tune Beauty Queen an profound, uncompromising look on Women that will settle for less in life.. Listen to the lyrics very carefully.. It is truly a profound song.. Welcome II Nextasy also has it shares of uptempo tunes such as the current single Wifey that is sure to cause a stir on the dancefloor like it's predecessor Too Close did a couple years ago.. What U Want ( Featuring Beanie Siegel).. The Cd does have a couple of missteps this take place on tunes Jerk, Banned From TV but after you get past these tunes you can just let it play.. Other noteworthy songs My Everything, Splash ..
This is an excellent CD it belongs in everyone's collection pick it up you will not be disappointed !
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
A Nice Follow Up Album, But Could Have Been Better 25 Jun. 2000
By "rhydawg" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Next (R.L., T-Low, and Tweety) debuted with the multi-platinum album Rated Next and the hit single "Too Close," Billboard's No. 1 song of 1998. Next is back at it again with the cleverly titled album Welcome II Nextasy. This album is laced with a nice mix variety of tempos and subjects. The underlying purpose of this album seems to deliver smooth, romantic vocals for the ladies; however, this group also wants to please the guys with songs that appear to be vulgar towards women. I was surprised when I heard them screaming profanity on "Beauty Queen" and "Banned From TV." Otherwise, Next holds the album down well with out the presences of several guests and the appearance made by Rockafella Records superstar Beanie Siegel is welcomed. The best love ballads on the album are "My Everything," "Call On Me" (my favorite song) and the hit single, "Wifey." All of these songs are well done and are not monotonous in nature. The song entitled "Jerk" is a song in which the group attempts to rap and it is actually done quite nicely. This song was somewhat disturbing because of the topic, but it was a nice change in tempo. "Cybersex" was an unusual song because its lyrics dealt with computer parts described as a woman. This seemed quite strange and I was not feeling this song; however, the lyrics were quite clever and must be heard. The other songs on the album were not really worth mentioning, "Splash" was quite annoying with the special FX in the background. Overall, Next is on target with this album. However, Next needs to choose whether to please the men or the women because it is too hard to please both.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Satisfactory 22 Jan. 2004
By koolrico - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
It's a good second effort. It's not spectaclar but good. The songs are good but the vocals really make this album worth having. This album is not bad just average. This is the last time I buy an album without listening to samples of the songs first. The best song come on the second half of the album. Here is my rating for each track.
1. Welcome II Nextasy(Intro) 4/5.
2. What U Want feat. Beanie Sigel 5/5 (A hot&slick Hip-Hop song.)
3. Wifey (first single) 3/5 (Okay.)
4. Cybersex 5/5 (Freaky in a good way.)
5. Beauty Queen (second single) 4/5
6. When We Kiss 3/5 (A nice love song.)
7. Jerk feat. 50 Cent (also a single) 4/5
8. Call On Me 3/5 (Good.)
9. Shorty 4/5 (Basic Hip-Hip flavoured R&B song.)
10. Minnesnowta(Interlude) 5/5
11. Let's Make a Movie 5/5 (Hot!)
12. My Everything 5/5 (Romantic and Sensual Quiet Storm ballad.)
13. Splash 4/5 (No Comment. The title is self-explanatory.)
14. Banned From TV 6/5 (The second best song on the album.)
15. Oh No No Feat. Red Rat and Renee Neufville from the group.Zhane 7/5 (The hottest song on the entire album!)
16. Hidden Track (The casette version of this album I have has this hidden track that I think is titled "The Freak in Me." It's a really good slow-jam. 5/5. There are some really hot songs on this album buried by some bland filler. Well, I hope this review is helpful to you.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Alright 31 July 2000
By "hiphoprandb" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you enjoy contemporary R&B's beats, than Next's latest won't disappoint you. If you listen to urban or Top 40 Radio at all, you must have heard their current hit single, "Wifey," more than once. If you liked that song, chances are you'll like the rest of the album as well. Uptempo tracks with complementary lyrics, not unlike their first album, the album features explicit lyrics as well. The best songs are probably "Wifey," which is probably why you're reading the review, "What u want," produced by Allstar and featuring Beanie Sigel, this should be their next single, it has the good production and the rapping to make it a hit, and it's catchy, to be sure, "When we kiss", produced by Delite (produced most of Silk's last album and some for Gerald Levert), "Let's make a movie," and "My everything." It's quite enjoyable both at home with your woman or in your car with your boys.
The negatives are, well, the album reeks of commercialism. It seems formulated and leaves little for creativity. They play their role of bad boys and thus the use of explicit lyrics and the inclusion of songs such as "Cybersex," "Beauty queen," and their pretty soon infamous ode to masturbation "Jerk"--not that there's anything wrong with masturbation.
Overall, if you like contemporary R&B like Jagged Edge or Sisqo's latest with its oversexed subject matter and sometimes explicit lyrics, where the beats are good (while the singing is often just adequate), then you'll like this album. If vocals are more important to you, you ought to look for a different album, maybe Kelly Price's latest, or if you never picked it up, Brian McKnight's or Donell Jones' latest.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
You will find ecstasy in "Welcome to Nextasy" 22 Jun. 2000
By S. A. White - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you are looking for an album that's "nextellent, magnificent, eloquent, at times Heavensent" then "Welcome to Nextasy" is the album for you. The men that bought you the smash hit "Too close", the smooth as butta jam "Butta love", "I still love you" and the sleeper hit of the 1st album "Stop, Drop & Roll" (trust me, this song is not a reference to the drills that you did in school :O)) have done it again! From the very beginning of the album (Welcome to Nextasy: Intro) To the heartfelt "When we kiss" produced by the production team of 2000 watts music (from this song I'm sure that we'll be hearing alot more from them!) to the hot "Call on me" (be forewarned- if you are uncomfortable hearing songs that make reference to oral sex- this one is not for you!) this album is sure to be a huge hit! The song "Shorty" is a wonderfully modern love ballad, a new millenium classic in the making if I ever heard one. At times, the men of Next can be a bit vulgar, hence the song "Jerk" which is basically about, how can I put this as not to offend anybody, the age old practice of pleasing ones self. "Let's make a movie" is a song in the same vain as Joe's song "The Love Scene", but this song is a bit sexier in it's rhythyms, a jam that has a bit of bump and grind to it. I personally did not care for the song "Beauty Queen" the message was a true one, how women change and become cold hearted and materialstic, and in the end- nothing better than "Ho's", but I just wasn't feeling the song in a musical sense. "My everything" is a song that will probably see alot of play at weddings, a song that is on the Diane Warren, N'sync/backstreet tip. "Splash" is the ultimate slow jam, an ode to pleasing one's woman in the most intimate of ways, complete with the sound of dripping water to give your mind a visual as to what these brothers are talking about. Bottom line, this album is perfect to put on when you want to spend some quality time with that special someone, or just to get yourself "in the mood" when you're just thinking about that special someone.Run, don't walk, to get this album! The men of Next are marvelous, and mysterious, I promise you that they'll make you delirous.(can you tell which song is my favorite?) I just have to say one more thing "WutShawanAdo" (you Next fan's know what I'm talking 'bout!) Enjoy!
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