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Nelly Furtado "Mi Plan"
After the huge success of her critically acclaimed album "Loose" which allowed her to be the number 1 artist in global sales in 2007, Nelly decides to do her musical dream of making her first full Spanish language album.
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  • Audio CD (14 May 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Dreamworks
  • ASIN: B00005IBZG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 36,137 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Hey, Man!
2. Shit On The Radio (Remember The Days)
3. Baby Girl
4. Legend
5. I'm Like A Bird
6. Turn Off The Light
7. Trynna Finda Way
8. Party
9. Well, Well
10. My Love Grows Deeper, Part 1
11. I Will Make U Cry
12. Scared Of You
13. Onde Estas
14. I Feel You - Nelly Furtado, Esthero
15. My Love Grows Deeper
16. I'm Like A Bird

Product Description

1. Hey, Man! 2. ... On The Radio (Remember The Days) 3. Baby Girl 4. Legend 5. I'm Like A Bird 6. Turn Off The Light 7. Trynna Finda Way 8. Party 9. Well, Well 10. My Love Grows Deeper, Part 1 11. I Will Make U Cry 12. Scared Of You 13. Onde Estas 14. I Feel You - Nelly Furtado, Esthero 15. My Love Grows Deeper 16. I'm Like A Bird

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By "elcoline" on 21 Mar. 2001
Format: Audio CD
To a "nelly-virgin" like myself (I had half heard, I'm like a bird (twice) before listening to this album)the first few tracks set you thinking that you are going to get a not-too-bad clone of Jewel/Alannis but after a while you can sense that there is a whole lot more happening here.
There are strains of Destiny's child/All Saints( at their best)with a bit of Basia thrown in for good measure - a real R n B influence in the middle part of the CD. It then finishes off with a very much Gloria Estefan style of Latin music for the last few songs.
My description may sound like a mish-mash of different styles but IT WORKS. The songs flow into each other and the overall feel is lyrically adept and musically very competant.
This is one of the freshest sounding CDs that I have heard for a long time! A REALLY NICE album and one that only the really pretentious could criticise.
Go hungry, stuff the credit card bill and buy this with the last tenner that you own - you will not be disappointed.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By mattrichardsuk@aol.com on 15 Mar. 2001
Format: Audio CD
Nelly Furtado, a 21 year old Portuguese-Canadian singer/songwriter, could be just that. Hailed as the female Beck after causing a stir with her debut single, 'I'm Like A Bird', her first album 'Whoa, Nelly!' is set to catapult her to major stardom.
'Whoa, Nelly!' is an eclectic mix of infectious latin and R&B influenced pop tracks, which will be a refreshing change to any ear that's sick of the monotonous pop-by-numbers that seems to be forever topping the charts.
Gems like opener, 'Hey, Man!', the dreamy soul-searcher that recalls a chilled Alanis Morissette-meets-Ani DiFranco after a spiritual journey to Brazil and the seductively sexy 'Baby Girl' with its ambient Smoke City vibe, will manage to bring a smile to the hardest of faces. Although her lyrics highlight her naivety at times, it's difficult not to fall for Nelly's honesty and passion. She delivers her philosophy on life and love with a sassy, self-assured style that will draw you in without you even noticing and it's all packaged up in a sexy voice, reminiscent of Gwen Stefani, that soars fearlessly.
Apparently Nelly wanted to make an album of heartfelt songs that are upbeat and hopeful. One listen to 'Whoa, Nelly!' will confirm that this girl has risen to her challenge. 'Trynna Finda Way', 'Well, Well' and the superb 'Turn Off The Light' will bring the hottest of summers into your life on even the darkest of days. And that is something not to be scoffed at. Okay so it suffers from repetition in places and the last pair of songs are arguably disposable, but this collection shines and sparkles as an impressive debut.
And you're never too tired, stressed or disillusioned to celebrate the joy of youth, are you? Even if it is someone else's.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ms. Lj O'dwyer on 12 May 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is my favourite CD in my collection. Normally after 3 years of endlessly listening to a CD, it gets boring, but this one never has. Bought on the strength of the first two singles, Whoa, Nelly! was the complete opposite to what I expected. Individual and in its own genre, the standout tracks from this CD have to be Legend, Turn Off The Light, Party and I Will Make U Cry. If you haven't got this CD already, why not?! If you're wavering between this one and Nelly's new effort Folklore, go for this one. You won't be disappointed.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 12 Aug. 2001
Format: Audio CD
This is by far the best debut album I have ever, ever heard. It has every style of music, mixed into a delicious eclectic collage. I had never heard of trip-hop before hearing this. I heard the album once and fell in love with it. She gave raging life to concepts that had just been sitting in the back of my mind as muddy thoughts. The lyrics are like a puzzle, they give you excellent concepts to ponder and don't drag you down into the misery of life. How great it is to see things through her young eyes!
She is an amazing singer, poet and artist, mature beyond her years, and I cannot say enough good things.
Buy this album, put it in your car CD player, turn up the volume and spread the sound around town. Everyone should own this. It really lifts you up and gets you moving!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By dingo_no1@hotmail.com on 28 Oct. 2001
Format: Audio CD
I'm not a great fan of pop, thats the point I need to get across to you. Many would class Whoa Nelly as pop, and rightly so - but it comes across as a better sort of pop music you find from cheap boybands and girlgroups.
It might be because the artist is portugese and it brings that more sort of talented feel to the music. But even if this is pop, don't compare it to the stuff you find these days - drab coming from manufactured groups.
After listening to the hip I'm like a bird and Turn off the light I knew I had to sample more of Nelly Furtado.
The title Whoa Nelly really does give the album content away. The songs are brilliant, with a range of beats, tunes and styles to add to the portugese artists upcoming portfolio.
The first track kick starts the album with a very feel-good pop tune that is destined to please everyone with the great accented voice of Ms Furtado and the overall beat to the song.
Remember the days is the best song on the album - no question. Superb vocals, an addictive chorus and a more adult, serious pop tune for music fans to enjoy.
Baby girl has a repeating beat to it and the poppy, jiggy chorus of 'I don't want to be a baby girl' all with it's own beat and hard to notice pauses in, a great track. The following song Legend is slow to midtempo and has soulful lyrics and a soothing tune.
I'm like a bird and turn off the light are both fantastic, with jigs, soul, hip hop in parts and feel good radio friendly music you can't really go wrong with this fine album from a VERY talented young artist.
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