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F U Right Back Single, Explicit Lyrics

2.9 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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Product details

  • Audio CD (10 May 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: All Around the World
  • ASIN: B00022M3VA
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 189,249 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Clean version
  2. Explicit Version
  3. Friday Night Posse Remix
  4. Explicit House Mix

Product Description

Frankee - F U Right Back

Customer Reviews

2.9 out of 5 stars
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Format: Audio CD
Extra, extra!! Most boring and over-marketed breakup in history given new twist!
Jeez! I thought Eamon was bad enough, but this is truly awful! Forget scraping the bottom of the barrel - this is picking up the moss faeces from the bottom of the sewer that the barrel was flushed through. Unless you've been lucky enough to have been deaf for the past few months (and theres many of us that would quite happily sacrifice hearing in order to avoid dilge like this), you are probably already aware of the story behind this track: dumped loser pines for ex-girlfriend in public, makes a small fortune (undeservedly) and girlfriend decides to cash in on situation.
Can Frankee sing? No - she sounds like a panda screaming after being dropped from a great height onto something spiky. Is the music any good? No - its the same 'tune' ripped off from Eamons own putrid effort. Can Frankee write deep and meaningful lyrics? No - these are about as deep and meaningful as a pool of kitten sick. Although, compared to Eamon, Frankee appears to have spend a nanosecond or two thinking about what to say.
Eamons own record didint deserve to do as well as it did because, basically, it was pathetic. But at least it was original - this is just a carbon copy and cynical musical marketing. Record companies, already fat on the profits of a million crap boy/girl/boy & girl bands need to be taught a lesson. Don't buy this record - or someone who actually appreciates music might well kill you.
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Just weeks after Eamon hit the No. 1 spot with 'F**k It (I Don't Want You Back)' comes this retaliation tune from Frankee, purporting to be the dumped girlfriend who inspired Eamon's original song.
This actually uses much the same tune with different lyrics, telling it from the other side of the coin (supposedly). Unfortunately somehow the lyrics in this version don't sit together anywhere near as well as they did in the Eamon song.
The biggest flaw in this whole thing is that Eamon has flatly denied that Frankee is the ex-girlfriend who inspired his song and claims she is just cashing in on his success. Even if Frankee is the ex-girlfriend the idea of her nicking a successful song as a basis for her own is a bit off, especially so soon after Eamon's song.
The song ends with her going 'You made me do this'. Yeah, right; Eamon made her rip off his idea to allow her to ride on his coat-tails and get recognition through unoriginality. Hmmm...
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By A Customer on 11 May 2004
Format: Audio CD
this song is actually a stunt by eamons record company, its not really his gf, he admitted it on mtv.
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By Dan on 13 May 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is the future of music! This is just what the music industry needs in these troubled times! Hooray! Last one out of the record company building turn off the lights!
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Just how much respect does the music industry give it's listeners? Not very much it seems. How dumb do they think we are? Pretty dumb by the looks of things.
This is an unbelievable cash-in! Releasing the same song only weeks after Eammon, but with different lyrics! Give me a break!
Eammon's original version was amusing with some... thoughtful lyrics, and it was a little different to the usual rubbish we get in the charts and at least the guy could actually sing! Who taught Frankee to sing, if anyone? She sings flat and has no vocal range, the lyrics are nowhere near as imaginative and the very fact that this is a carbon copy of "Don't want you back" means it actually deserves NO STARS!
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By A Customer on 22 April 2004
Format: Audio CD
ok dude whatever.. i agree frankee's copied eamon's song and he's reallygood, but it just drives home the fact that yeah there are two sides toevery story and eamon's obviously not gonna tell u wot his faults so shehas to stick up for herself.. if he gets to slag her off she can do thesame.. using his song is a clever (however slightly uninventive) way ofdoing this.. yeah his vocals are much better but well done to frankee forgetting even..
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