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  • Audio CD (27 Sept. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Sony Music CMG
  • ASIN: B003YX8XCW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Goodies
  2. 1, 2 Step
  3. Thug Style
  4. Hotline
  5. Oh
  6. Pick Up the Phone
  7. Lookin' at You
  8. Ooh Baby
  9. Next to You
  10. And I
  11. Other Chicks
  12. The Title
  13. Goodies (Remix)
  14. Crazy

Disc: 2

  1. That's Right
  2. Like a Boy
  3. The Evolution of Music (Interlude)
  4. Promise
  5. I Proceed
  6. Can't Leave 'Em Alone
  7. C.R.U.S.H.
  8. My Love
  9. The Evolution of Dance (Interlude)
  10. Make It Last Forever
  11. Bang It Up
  12. Get Up
  13. The Evolution of Fashion (Interlude)
  14. Get In, Fit In
  15. The Evolution of C (Interlude)
  16. So Hard
  17. I'm Just Me
  18. I Found Myself
  19. Addicted
  20. Promise (Go and Get Your Tickets Mix)

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By A Customer on 5 Feb. 2005
Format: Audio CD
About three weeks ago now, I was vainly skipping through my mass of random music channels, when a particular young girl caught my attention. Needless to say, I liked what I heard because I'm sitting here listening to her album as I type. And here is my honest opinion.
1. Goodies: This track is crazy. The beat is very original and the lyrics are unusually reserved for such a rythmic tune. Ciara's class shines on this record, and despite the bashing that she often recieved for her vocal performances, I enjoy listening to the chick. She has something a little different and I really think it's unfair of people to compare her to the likes of Whitney and Mariah. She sings crunk, not soul, so an eight-octave voice really isn't required. This song often ends up on my repate button and I adore the video more than you could imagine. Especially the dance part over Petey's rap. God I wish I could move that consistantly. I don't know anybody who hates this song, my college is full of My Chemical Romance fans like myself, but when this track got played on the jukebox, everybody literally stopped eating and talking to holler along to the rap. A deservant number 1 and one of my personal favourites.
2. 1, 2 Step: The lyrics are really unusual in this track. It's all about the music itself and isn't layered with a bunch of empty sexual innuendos. Missy sounds hott and the whole track blends together well. The second single and another US smash. I can't wait to get the video over here, I'll be looking out for that one. Another highlight.
3. Thug Style: The first slow jam of the album. Her voice sounds a lot more mature on this track and I give her credit for sticking to an almost child-like approach to her music.
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This LP has some good crunk beats on it and also the songs just bounce out the speakers. for her age(19) she is exploring the vibes of music and not trying to grow to big for her boots being the teen she is.the album is packed full with fun and energy, no track needs to be skipped. Awesome for a first album!
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Crunk has become very popular this year, perhaps it all started with Usher's Yeah featuring Lil Jon, that was a good song and was the first really popular form of crunk. Then i heard tell of someone who would stand out this year, someone compared to Beyonce. Along came Ciara with her debut single "Goodies" and at first i thought it was terrible, the beat annoyed me and i wondered how she could possibly end up more famous than Beyonce. The song was a grower though and although it is not my favourite on the album it is a good crunk song. Along comes a second single, 1,2 step and it has to be one of my favourite tunes ever! So i thought i might just get the album, here is what i thought:
1.Goodies-9/10-Very catchy and a top tune when you hear it alot.
2.1,2 step-10/10-It's automatic, supersonic, funky, fresh, outrageous and so contageous!
3.Thug Style-8/10-A bit of a let down after the first two songs, it slows things down a bit when you don't want it to, but it is a good song if not a little bland.
4.Hotline-9/10-This is a right song! It isn't quite as good as 1,2 step but it is not far off. A stand out song!
5.Oh-10/10-This tune is down and dirty ghetto musick. This is the reason crunk was invented! It should do well in the charts, it is fantastick.
6.Pick up the phone-7/10-Similar to thug style, it is not all that impressive or catchy, i would skip this one to be honest.
7.Looking At You-10/10-Really similar to 1,2 step but at the same time very different. This is catchy, cool and another stand out song.
8.Ooo Baby-8/10-Not bad, the chorus should get you movin, it really isnt bad but it isnt really good either.
9.Next To You-6/10-ok this is probably the worst song on the album. Ciara attempts to take it slow and serious and fails.
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I've enjoyed Ciara's music over the years, but only just got round to purchasing her debut album. Whilst she may not be a powerhouse vocalist, I find her voice quite pleasant to listen to. The album is a very good listen, bar a couple of tracks.

1. Goodies - 10/10 - A very nice Crunk&B opener. The beat is infectious and Ciara's cooing vocals over the beat provides a very pleasant listen. The lyrics are very smart and unusual. Petey Pablo's rap clinches an overall infectious track.
2. 1, 2 Step - 9/10 - Another infectious track, following on nicely from the first track. The addition of Missy Elliott on the track provides an overall good listen.
3. Thug Style – 7/10 – This is a nice R&B jam. Not my favourite track on the album, but I find it rather soothing.
4. Hotline – 10/10 – This is one of my favourite songs on the album. It is a real gem which should have been a single. It reminds me of Bang It Up and Addicted off Ciara’s sophomore album, which are two of my favourite Ciara songs.
5. Oh – 10/10 – Ciara and Ludacris create magic all the time. The bass on the track is sublime and Ciara’s voice matches it perfectly. Ludacris’s verse is the icing on the cake.
6. Pick Up The Phone – 6/10 – A pleasant album track, which remains very true to its title!
7. Lookin’ At You – 7/10 – Another track produced by Jazze Pha. His “hype-man” introduction of Ciara at the start of the track is cool. The beat on the track is nice and Ciara sounds good.
8. Ooh Baby – 6/10 – This is another nice slow jam.
9. Next To You – 9/10 – I found this track arresting from the start. A very nice ballad, which I would have preferred as a single over And I.
10. And I – 5/10 – This is my least favourite song on the album.
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