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Moodring Import

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  • Audio CD (8 Sept. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Intes
  • ASIN: B00009XBXL
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 509,881 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "tomkatz4" on 6 Sept. 2003
Format: Audio CD
After receiving Moodring as a gift, I can honestly say that it is one of the best albums that I own, ranking with the likes of sophomore Destiny's Child album 'The Writing's On The Wall' and Kelis' 'Kaleidoscope'. Why? Well I'll tell you.
OK, OK, opening track 'My Love Is Like...Wo' is a travesty compared with some of the other tracks, and Mya certainly made a bad decision when choosing to release this. 'Fallen' is a lovely song, getting dark in places, and one of the best on the album. 'Why You Gotta Look So Good' sees Mya telling the superficial pain of leaving an incredibly attractive ex, and it's fab and highly original, with a star turn by rapper Lloyd Banks.
'Step', produced by Missy Elliott, sees Mya return to mainstream r'n'b. Not the best track but certainly not bad, a kind of club song for a Friday night out. 'Sophisticated Lady' is fresh, flirty and oh so naughty, and a contender for best track on the album, with lyrics like "and touching me's a felony", and "i'm your mamma, let's play house - when you're bad, you get time out".
Then we have 'No Sleep Tonight' and 'Anatomy 1On1' which are without doubt the weakest tracks on the album, dreary, and not dissimilar from something that Ashanti would try. Then comes the saviour 'Hurry Up', a sexy, original r'n'b track.
'Things Come And Go' (feat. Sean Paul) is the most refreshing thing I've heard in a long time, a cheesy reggae song, the kind you love but you keep quiet about it! 'Late' sees Mya worrying about pregnancy (a top track), 'Whatever Bitch' is the dance track, with Mya, well, cracking down on a girl in a club who wants to cramp her style.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Miss Wendy Laurie on 25 July 2003
Format: Audio CD
I have been a fan of Mya's since she came out in the late 90's. I have all three of her CD's and have seen and heard her grow on each of them, from a teenager in love dealing with her emotions on her first album, Mya, to a mature woman dealing with adult relationships and real world problems on Fear Of Flying. The new album, Moodring, is Mya at the top of her game, lyrically, emotionally, and vocally.
Her first single, "My Love is Like...Wo" is sexy, danceable, and a good jam in general. The beginning of the CD, up to about track nine, features songs about love, broken hearts, and sex, which I must say got a little bit redundant. But, towards the end, there are songs dealing with real problems people face, such as losing friends and family ("After The Rain"), pregnancy scares ("Late"), and the hardships of growing up too fast and leaving your past behind ("Take A Picture"). Besides these, there are many other stand-out tracks, such as "Fallen," "Taste This," and "Whatever B***h," a catchy club track with biting lyrics. The only notable guest spot was that of Sean Paul on "Things Come And Go," which was nice, because not having guest vocals really helps Mya stand out on her own and prove her worth.
I would highly recommend purchasing this CD. Mya is a talented performer with a long future in front of her.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By mos-def on 23 July 2003
Format: Audio CD
Since her infectious debut hit "Ghetto Superstar" with Pras & ODB in '98, Mya has gone from strength to strength in both production and vocal quality. On "Moodring", Mya is so unbeleivably confident, especially in comparison to her self titled debut and "Fear Of Flying" and it is so obviously reflected in her new music.
The lead-off track and the first single taken from the new album-"My Love Is Like...Wo" includes tight production from Missy Elliott herself and without too much intervention the music is upbeat and ready-to-dance-to and the lyrics are catchy and confidence-ridden including phrases like "my body's like...wo" & "will you come and spend the night".
Following this are strings of cleverly and carefully selected guest appearances from Lloyd Banks of G-Unit on fab hip-hop anthem "Why You Gotta Look So Good?" and Gunz on "Hurry Up", which is also neatly produced by the fabulous DJ Clue & Duro. Other stand out tracks are "Step", "Sophisticated Lady" & the unusual "Take A Picture", which includes rare production from none other than P!nk.
But honestly, the most outstanding track on the album is the delicous reggae-influenced "Things Come & Go", an alternative and beautiful kind of love song which totally credits both Sean Paul and Mya's vocals. All in all , Mya has grown into a talented producer, writer and composer and holds all of the cards with this album. If she gets "Things Come & Go" on our airwaves she could be seeing alot of success because it's gonna be a massive summer hit.
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Format: Audio CD
My love is like wo-10/10 Great start 2 the album
Fallen-10/10 A great ballad one of my favourite songs on the album
Why you gotta look so good-10/10 I love this song so much another of my favourite cuts on the album featuring a rap from loyd banks
Step-10/10 Another great song
sophisticated lady- 10/10 Another great song mya sounding dirty on this song
No sleep tonight-9/10 A nice sweet dirty ballad
Anatomy 1 on 1-10/10-A good song mya being sultry on this song
Hurry up-10/10 Another great uptempo song
Things come and go-10/10 I know people don't like this song but it is one of my favourites would sound better without sean paul
You-10/10 A lovely ballad another of my favourites
After the rain-10/10 I can really relate 2 this song coz my grandad died, i really like this song
Late-10/10 I love, love this song just makes me laugh mya being sultry again
Whatever bitch-10/10 The same as whatever chick from the album fear of flying, sounds even better on this album though
Taste this-10/10 I love love this song another favourite of mine
Take a picture-5/10- I don't really like this song it doesn't go anywhere
Free falling-5/10 Again i don't really like this song
After the last 2 tracks which fail to be go anywhere we dip into the bonus tracks, this is where the album gets good again
Moodering-10/10 A different style from mya, i really like this song because its different, the gunshot at the end is scary
Exacty-10/10 A good uptempo song another fave of my mine
Real compared 2 what-7/10 Still not sure about this track it has a more dancy feel to it.
Go buy this album now it needs to be in your collection, best album from mya
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