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Love Angel Music Baby (International Version)

Love Angel Music Baby (International Version)

19 Nov 2004
4.2 out of 5 stars 113 customer reviews
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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 19 Nov. 2004
  • Release Date: 22 Nov. 2004
  • Label: Polydor Associated Labels
  • Copyright: (C) 2004 Interscope Records
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  • Total Length: 51:47
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  • ASIN: B004880WWG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 113 customer reviews
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For a No Doubt fan, this album is a bit of a shock. Whether it's a good or a bad shock, I don't really know...
For any No Doubt fans reading this, the nearest album I can equate 'Love Angel Music Baby' to is 'Rock Steady'. But imagine an album about a hundred times more hyperactive than 'Rock Steady'and you have Gwen's first (kind of) solo outing.
The album is undoubtably a grower. I've listened to it about 4 times through since getting it a couple of days ago and the tracks are only just about beginning to seep into my brain. Initially, I was slightly taken aback after being completely bombarded by Eighties style pop music. As I was only born in the mid 80's, this album was like nothing I'd ever heard before.Only now am I really beginning to differentiate between the tracks...Stand out songs include the first single 'What you Waiting For', 'Hollaback Girl' and my favourite, 'Bubble Pop Electric'.
This album is at its best during the faster, more exciteable songs. Gwen is lyrically and vocally confident, cool and sultry and that makes a real change from the majority of No Doubt albums where she is far more confessional and wears her heart on her sleeve. There is not a lot of that here.
Gwen Stefani has collaborated wisely on this album, Eve, The Neptunes and Andre 3000 amongst others are involved. Their involvement further distances 'Love Angel Music Baby' from anything Gwen did with No Doubt. The only disappointing song is 'A Long Way To Go' with Andre 3000. It's a song about inter-racial relationships which, however well-intentioned it may be,is slightly embarrassing and a bit boring. However, Andre 3000 did co-write 'Bubble Pop Electric', so I'll let him off...
The album is generally good and fun, it might just take No Doubt fans a little while to get used to it...
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The opening track "What You Waiting For?" splashes the listener with a refreshing burst of energy, Stefani-style, and never stops bubbling from there.
After the first "tick tock" gets your heart pumping, Gwen brings in Eve to raise the temperature with "Rich Girl" (produced by Dr. Dre), a bouncy number that will have you heading for the nearest dance floor.
What follows is a fizzy pop explosion, compliments of the Neptunes, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Tony Kanal and the ever funky Andre 3000.
Gwen thoughtfully inserts some slower numbers to keep cardiac arrest at bay, with "Cool", reminiscent of The Cars; "Luxurious", which samples the Isley Brothers' "Between the Sheets"; "Serious", which could have been an early Madonna hit; and "The Real Thing", clearly inspired by Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time".
The closing "Long Way to Go" would be at home on any Outkast album, with it's madcap mixed rhythms and weird beat.
Collaborating with some of the freshest minds in music, Gwen delivers an eclectic mix of fun, guaranteed to please many people on your gift list.
Amanda Richards
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I just listened to this on MTV's leaked. I have to say that this is one of the best albums ive heard in a long time. If you love the single....what are you waiting for....then you will like the album. Its got a real 80's vibe....very fresh and different. Most of the tracks are collaborations.....but they are well done. I am def. looking forward to more from gwen.
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Having loved "What You Waiting For" i decided that it would be a great idea to get this album and i have to say that at first i was slightly dissapointed with it. However after a few listenings and getting to grips with Gwens new style and new songs i actually think this is one of the greatest albums you can get out there at the moment. It is so different from No Doubt and thats exactly why she went solo, she didnt want to feel like she was missing out on something so she did something different and i really think it paid off for her. There are few songs like her debut single but each song is so different and full of style its just one wicked album. Here are my Thoughts on each track:
1.What You Waitin For?- 10/10, a fantastic song which is original and stylish
2.Rich Girl-10/10, Not my favourite at first but it grows on you
3.Hollaback Girl-10/10, This has to be one of the coolest songs on the album!
4.Cool-7/10. not a great effort in my opinion, seems to lack the dedication that the other tracks have.
5.Bubble Pop Electric-9/10, a very cool song that is energetic and catchy.
6.Luxurious-8/10,Very different from the other songs but will grow on you but i mainly skip this one.
7.Harajuku Girls-8/10,Quite cool and again should grow on you but its not really outstanding.
8.Crash-10/10,This is a really awsome retro track which i hope will be her 3rd single because its very cool.
9.The Real Thing-8/10,Not Outstanding, alot slower then the other songs but shows off Gwens vocal talents.
10.Serious-8/10, Very retro and not a personal favourite but again it does show off Gwens Originality and amazing vocal talents.
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I have been 'kind of' a fan of No Doubt for some time now, however, it has been more of a respect for them and Gwen as artists, rather than wholly enjoying their music. I always found it a little too eclectic and sometimes more 'punkey' than poppy, therefore wasn't quite as accessible as I would have liked. She has always fascinated me, she's like a living Manga character!
This album though, Gwens 1st debut album, is filled with great pop songs, is heavy on an 80's sound, and bridges that gap for me.
As usual, her work is very eclectic, but the songs are more commercial this time. The stunning single 'What You Waiting For?' is the highlight for me, along with 'Rich Girl' with Eve (which samples 'If I were a rich Man' from Fiddler on the Roof), the very Madonna-ish 'Harajuku Girls' (which this album has an obsession with), Danger Zone (which wouldn't be out of place in an 80's action movie a la Top Gun), and the beautiful (though simple) pop ballad, 'Cool' about how great it is to have a good relationship with an ex, and a very interesting track produced by the Neptunes, 'Hollaback Girl' which sounds like a cheer leader song, sung over the High School band!
There are a couple of mediocre tracks on this album, for me 'Bubble Pop Electric' and the Soul/R&B of 'Luxurious', which is simply a pleasant song. 'Long Way To Go', a duet with Andre 3000 is a nice song, a song with a heart, celebrating inter-racial romance, but doesn't go anywhere.
I was excited about the collaboration with New Order on 'The Real Thing', but I found it to be no more than a weak pop song. The remixed version (a bonus track) by Wendy & Lisa, which slows the song down a bit, is far better. As for the Elevator remix of 'What You Waiting For?
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