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5.0 out of 5 stars Dru Hill do it again!, 27 Nov 2002
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Mr I A Jenkins (Pontypool, Torfaen United Kingdom) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Dru World Order (Audio CD)
With the release of two previous excellent albums Dru Hill had a lot to live up to, and SisQo, Woddy, Nokio, Jazz and new recruit Scola deliver yet another classic. The album starts off to the excellent interlude Love/Hate, which shows the power that Dru Hil, have in their voices. The next song Xstacy Jones which was written by TQ, Case and Nokio is a sexy mid tempo ballad, which is beautifuly, produced and executed. I Should Be... is the albums lead song and showcases all of dru hill's voices excellently. Producer Brian Cox who has worked on Jagged Edge's album's produced the laid back classic Dru sounding If I Could which shows how well Dru Hill can harmonise and restores the classic dru sound that we have heard on previous albums. The album then picks up the pace with the dancefloor filler No Doubt, which will get the ladies and fellas shakin their thang. On Me is another uptempo song which features N.O.R.E., the song is a classy club/ghetto song which shows the freakier sound of Dru. The mood gets slowed again for the beautiful ballad Old Love. Chinky from SisQ's girl group Lovher appears on the next song with Nokio and Jazz takin leads in this infectious mid tempo song. I DO (Millions) is a song destined to be played at weddings with its lovely sound. I Love You is a sweet love song, which is quite original, this also shows off Dru's sound. Jazz takes lead on the Never Stop Loving You, which again is a nice song, which will make you realise how much you love a loved one. The next song Nokio takes lead in this beautiful song which reminisces Dru's amazing harmony and individual sound, this is for me the best song on the album and one of Dru Hill's best. My Angel/How Could You concludes the album, which is a beautiful intro, by woody giving love to the lord and his late mother, How Could You is a gospel ballad performed by all of Dru Hill, which is a soulful touching song. Overall this album is superb, maybe not as good as Dru's precious albums however they have definately re-created Dru Hill's classic sound is definately worth buying.
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5.0 out of 5 stars helping a friend, 18 July 2013
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Ms. J. E. Shorthouse (uk) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Dru World Order (Audio CD)
A friend asked me to order this for them as part of their partners birthday present, sure made the day
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5.0 out of 5 stars Return to Dru, 30 Nov 2002
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After a few baron years, I am delighted to see Dru Hill work their problems out and release their fantastic new album 'Dru World Order'. As with the amazing first album, this is not for the common R&B-goer...this is about soul, emotion and pure music..and should appeal to all those who really appreciate good voices (something which is rare nowadays).
This is a MUST for genuine Dru Hill fans, and if you're not already a Dru Hill fan, this is a great album to start with!
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