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Sixth studio album by American recording artist. Featuring the hit single of the same name, the album entered the UK Albums Chart at #1. It also includes the singles '4 the Rest of My Life' and 'Give It 2 U' (featuring Kendrick Lamar).
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In his previous offerings, Robin has leaned towards his well established soulful charm which oozes suaveness and sex-appeal and he has done so without causing too much of a storm, tending to be better known for his more collaborative expertise. That all changed with the title single/video 'Blurred Lines'; causing controversy in the media, introducing men to Emily Ratajkowski and introducing women to the prior concealed arrogant swagger of Robin Thicke.
Success at last? By record sales, maybe, but potentially (as is often the case) at the expense of originality and musical intrigue.
Robin's intention in this record (as set out by the single) was to have more fun and as a result pull out some more club-worthy tracks. I'm in no doubt that 'Give it 2 U' (which features the uber-current Kendrick Lamar) will be another huge hit and although it is perhaps soured by Robin's arrogant promise of a "big d*** for you" it stands out as the best track on the record.
However, if you leave out the title track, which I think we have all heard enough of by now, the album comes in at just over half an hour. Does that really suffice? Also it seems the American release (at the end of July) includes three extra tracks.
The more soulful offerings ('Ooo La La' and 'Get In My Way') are more upbeat than sexed-up, which is more in-keeping with the record's premise and suit the impending summertime fairly well.Read more ›
The over-familiar title track gives way to Take It Easy On Me which resorts to the ol' vocoder vocals in places but does at least possess a fair beat. By Ooo La La the template of the album is evident. It's oh, so Daft-Punky, mild-funky and all done so much better back in the 70s by Rose Royce, Sylvester, even Heatwave - and there are better 70s artists who shouldn't even be mis-compared with this stuff.
By track 6, the dime-a-dozen rapper Kendrick Lamar actually comes as light relief. Robin Thicke is less Average White Band than average white man, really - root around for the originators rather than make do with this poor facsimile.
It is very much of the moment & has made me listen to his cd from many years ago I had forgotten about
I think I am too old for this world as the comments I have seen on the TV just annoy me. OK the video I saw in the pub to this song was a bit near the knuckle, but remember I am an old gittess and I am not supposed to enjoy seeing nude women. In fact I stopped watching top of the pops when they started having dancers on their backs opening and shutting their legs. Think it was in the 1990's.
Anyway, the old gittess is signing off here - it is a great song to dance to.
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Another purchase which i made with advise from the site that i purchased another cdPublished 1 month ago by Mrs Dorothy Smith
I only bought this for the track 'blurred lines' so I was very surprised when I played it as it is a good album and not something I would normally buyPublished 9 months ago by j, leath