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5.0 out of 5 stars TAMIA, 24 Jun 2005
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Ngoni Vere (Zimbabwe,Africa) - See all my reviews
This review is from: More (Audio CD)
MORE is a fantastic, well put together album.Listening to the songs, you're not forced to skip forward hoping to find a "song".All the production gels harmoniously with Tamia making for great listening. Not just for the ladies, More is an album for the fellaz as well ("Boy I wanna make make u breakfast...All Im wearing is my necklace" to a thumping beat). Well done Tamia, we want More.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Bit Of A Slump But I Still Love Her, 24 Jun 2006
This review is from: More (Audio CD)
This album was delayed for quite sometime title changes and tracklisting switches.

The album "More" (originally titled Still) was finally released in 2004 with much anticipation i for one was a little disapointed with the end result some of the better tracks from the original album was left off and replaced with shoddy lacklustre "commercial" songs.

Lets start off with the bad

"On My Way" & "More" must be the worst songs shes ever released into the public it just doesn't feel like Tamia shes too classy for this commercial rent-a-rapper trash."Mr Cool" is a song i just hated even from the original tracklisting i hated it Mario Winans cannot sing considering being from a talented family.Finally the worst of them all is the cover of the Carpenters classic "(They Long To Be)Close To You" with Gerald Levert now both singers can "sang" but i think NO ONE should attempt to cover this it was a one off.

There are more good that bad though.

"Officially Missing You" is one of her best songs up there with "Stranger In My House".It was the lead single and did well on the charts the beautiful acoustic number was produced by 7Aurelius who works extenstively with Ashanti.One of my favourites."Still" is the beautiful ballad that was the 3rd & last single a reminiscent song about after all these years she and her partner are still in love."Questions" flips it a little co-produced by R.Kelly it seems like "Stranger In My House Part II" a wonderful song with a raindrop kinda beat Tamia is just wondering why her mans been acting funny she wants answers so shes asking "Questions".The remake of her own classic hit "So Into You" which was a big hit for Fabolous who is on the track is a highlight along with the gospel-tinged "Tomorrow" the quiet-storm deliciousness of "Whispers".

The original tracklisting was

1.Mr Cool

2.Still

3.It's A Party - Scrapped from the album and used on the "Honey" Soundtrack

4.Questions

5.Why Ask Why

6.No Way - Scrapped and doesnt appear on any format only if you can get the promo or advanced copy of "Still"

7.Hold Up - Scrapped and doesnt appear on any format only if you can get the promo or advanced copy of "Still"

8.Don't Think - Scrapped and doesnt appear on any format only if you can get the promo or advanced copy of "Still"

9.Whispers

10.Officially Missing You

11.Poetry

12.Me - Scrapped and doesnt appear on any format only if you can get the promo or advanced copy of "Still" if you can get hold of this song get it its fantastic!!!

13.Tomorrow

If the album was released like this it would have been a 5 star album but sadly it's not

Top 5

1.Officially Missing You

2.Questions

3.Whispers

4.Still

5.Tomorrow

Get this album is you love Tamia it's a great album but with a few duds like any album but a definate addition to her collection...and yours.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars More, More, More!!, 13 Dec 2005
This review is from: More (Audio CD)
This is the first album i bought by Tamia which led to me buying all her others. More is packed with excellent, smooth R&B tunes which go perfectly with Tamia's amazing voice!!
Top Tracks:
1. More
2. Whispers
3. Still
4. Officially Missing You
5. Why ask Why
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The album that all R&B fans must have!, 8 May 2004
This review is from: More (Audio CD)
I've heard of Tamia ages ago, but never actually bought her album before. But I've bought 'More' last week, and I just couldn't stop playing it again and again. I love every single songs on the album, I am trying to get all of her old albums now. Very, very good.
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5 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Questions? She has the answers you are looking for. Trust Me, 2 Mar 2004
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Aime (Watford, Hertfordshire United Kingdom) - See all my reviews
This review is from: More (Audio CD)
When you hear the track "Questions", you shall understand why Tamia has come back with the essential ingredient to make her album a must get album. Ladies hear me out, this is an album to get without a doubt ;)
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