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The ID is a multi-coloured, chocolate coated, wide flared, jumping pumping epic. Once a surprise hit, Macy Gray is now near the top of the soul tree (where she remains a strange fruit among a bunch of soundalikes). Her debut album On How Life Is came from seemingly nowhere to be loved by millions. This follow-up has to contend with much greater expectations. But she doesn't disappoint. The opening track "Related to a Psychopath" is perhaps the album's best, a mixture of 60s and 70s funk that'll have you grinding in the streets. If that doesn't, then "Sexual Revolution" will ("So many things to do before I die"), a saucy butt-shaking hymn to acting out your fetishes. Slick Rick's sing-song vocal on "Hey Young World II" is a perfect compliment to Macy's trademark mixture of gasp and squeak, but other guests, such as Erykah Badu and Mos Def, seem overwhelmed by Macy's larger-than-life presence. Lyrically she's strong, at times hilarious ("You're role model's in therapy") and much improved from the (relative) simplicity of debut tracks such as "I Try" and "Why Didn't You Call Me". Tracks such as "Boo" and "Freak Like Me" couple clever wordplay (she trained as a screenwriter) with the same anthemic quality. On occasions she loses the plot, particularly on "Oblivion" which sounds like it's written and performed by Oompa-Loompas, but this is, on the whole, an excellent follow-up to a brilliant debut.--Jake Barnes
Top Customer Reviews
"Oblivion" is bizarre, who knows what the hell this is doing on the cd - it's like some bizarre West End Musical production... On the whole, pretty good. Enjoy....
It starts off with a cracker, 'relating to a psychopath', also the subtly funny 'gimme all your lovin or I will kill you' in Macy's true style.Then three wonderful tracks. You will be so impressed by her powerful and husky voice that fits well to any of her inspiring lyrics.
I reccomend you buy this album, as soon as you can !
On her debut, Macy had a much simpler sound and it suited her voice much more than this album does. From the first track it is evident that this album is really in need of the fantastic production of Andy Slater who worked on the first album. It can especially be heard in the backing vocals which don't mesh with Macy's as well here.
Also, the sound is much more mainstream here. While some tracks do hark back to the sound of yore (such as Boo or Sweet Baby), others just sound clunky, such as Oblivion or Sexual Revolution...And the less said about My Nutmeg Phantasy the better
Something else which doesn't sit well with me is the guest singers. Very rarely on their respective songs is it evident that they are there. For instance, when I heard that Macy Gray's new song featured Erykah Badu I was excited because 2 of my favourite singers would be dueting. Hah! While the resulting song is nice, and Badu's backing vocals give some lovely harmonies, you've got to wonder what the point is in crediting her?
I wanted to like this album. I really did. And I suppose it's OK. But anything more than that is a push. Macy should consider going back to her roots next time
Macy's first album was amazing and I foolishly assumed this wouldn't be as good. I listened to this album and got quite a shock as I expected to find only 2 or 3 songs that I'd enjoy, though all of them were enjoyable, no disappointing track, really. I've listened to it a few times since then and its got better each time.
The song "sweet baby" with Erykah badu really made me get this album and would be the best on it probably. I love the way Macy can sing like a mad woman, even if the lyrics may seem shocking, she'll still sing them passionatley. Songs like "Give me all your loving or I will kill you" and "Harry" sound quite harsh, but I love them, they're so catchy. On the tape it may be different than the CD, but on my tape it ends off with a real catchy track "shed". Just as good as the last album, perhaps even a little better. A real treat, anytime!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The Id is, in my opinion, a superior recording to the better-selling On How Life Is. Worth checking out if this is your kind of thing.Published on 31 May 2012 by Peter Crowe
This is not a nice album. It's a glorious fists-flying wild ride through possiblities that few other pop singers dare to approach. Read morePublished on 9 April 2012 by Ed Kingsley
The general consensus on Macy Gray is that she made a brilliant first album 'On How Life Is', then two so-so offerings (of which this is the first), before coming back strongly... Read morePublished on 4 Aug. 2007 by R. Peregrine
Macy Gray is probably one of the most original if not THE most original she takes soul music it a next level her daring experimintation to her cool husky voice this woman can do no... Read morePublished on 10 Nov. 2004
I bought Macy Gray's album 'The ID' on the strength of 'On How Life Is' only to be really disappointed. Read morePublished on 11 Mar. 2002
this has to be the album of the yaer. since buying a month now i still havent been able to put it down. tracks like 'gimme all your lovin' just make you wonder. Read morePublished on 21 Nov. 2001