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  • Audio CD (13 Jan. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Import
  • Label: Startrak
  • ASIN: B000BFQGNE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
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`In My Mind' is not a bad album at all. I'm also a fan of The Neptunes work and N.E.R.D. songs and was anxiously awaiting for this album. I know there are a lot of people (even dedicated fans) who are sort of hating on this album and the have there reasons to due to their high expectation or later on founding out that Pharrell's solo skills wasn't as strong as they hope for. Pharrell does make an attempt to make every song sound different, which I appreciate, it's as if he takes on a different persona for each track. Once you hear it at first you'll be like WTF but then once you give it a second or third try you start to get a feel for this album.

I notice that a great deal of musical artist has gotten into the 80's vibe from the past few years. It's sort of like they all decided to text message each other one day and agreed to bring it back old school. For whatever the reason maybe it's all good because I'm feeling the vibe right alongside with them.

After hearing this album numerously I still feel Pharrell can produce great '80s-synth driven R&B lyrics/swaggers and some awkwardly delivered hip-hop flows. Pharrell obviously doesn't sound like any other artist and may not be the best lyricist but he continues to stand out on his own.

There are a number of tracks on here that I like and there were some that had to grow on me. The best tracks (in no particular order) stood out to me are: "Young girl/ I Really Like You,"- the production in this is hot. "Take It Off (Dim the Lights)" - great song to lay back on and the lyric is cute but cheesy at the same time. "Baby" with Nelly (can't stand him)- love the beat and the song because it reminds me of "Push it" by Salt n Peppa is really good.
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I've been waiting nearly a year for this album to come out and after a lot of changes, Pharrell finally releases his solo debut - And (largely) doesn't disappoint. The production is top-notch and Pharrell raises the bar again for all his contemporaries. However, anyone who's followed Pharrell's career knows he can't really sing. His falsetto style is fine when he's singing a hook for other artists but on tracks like "I really like you" & "Say with me" he fails to convince. On the flip side, for a producer his rap songs are suprisingly good. His flow is not good by any means but the lyrical content is varied, suprisingly for a rapper, real.

The stand out tracks are "Young girl" and Baby which sound like tracks he might have composed for Justin's new album had he not fallen out with the label. The cameos are well worked and Jamie Cullum's appearance on "You can do it too" is suprising but welcome.

All in all, great production and well worth buying.
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I am a big fan of Pharrell Williams but I felt let down by this. The best tracks here are the already well known singles: Angel, Can I have It Like That and Number 1. Much of the rest of the album is characterised by poor guest appearances and limited production. Williams hasn't taken his unique vocal styings or beats far enough here and the input of Chad Hugo is missed severely- his instrumentation would have taken this to another level. The key problem is that Pharrell raps on half the album and he's no rapper. The album improves significantly when he sings on tracks such as Stay With Me and I Really Like You. As I consider Pharrell to be a music pioneer along the lines of Roy Ayers, the Mizell Brothers, Don Blackman etc I find it pretty deflating when he veers into cheesy hip hop/ R&B such as "Take it Off". This is a work in progress rather than a finished article and disppoints in a way reminiscent of The Clones album from 2004. Buy it if only for Angel with its wonderful Curtis Mayfield style vocal and for the artwork which is brilliant. We can only hope that the next time Pharrell gets Chad on board and drops the bomb.
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I have followed The Neptunes since Kelis released "kaleidoscope" and have amassed a huge collection of their work since then. This album is not of the calibre of kelis' "wanderland" or "kaliedoscope" or as good as the two N.E.R.D albums, but it is still a decent album..

The standout tracks for me are "I really like you", "baby", "number 1" and "take it off".

The album`s main flaws are Pharrell`s lyrics (limited to bragging and second rate prince sexiness), and well lets be honest, Pharrell isn`t the greatest of rappers. Also, you think the Lord would recieve a better beat and praise than what Pharrell offers with "our father"

The album is really good, but i still believe Williams can do better.
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By Amanda Richards VINE VOICE on 26 July 2006
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Who knows what really goes on in Pharrell's mind? In this, his first solo album, Pharrell (half of The Neptunes and chief N.E.R.D.) calls on some of the hottest talents in Hip Hop and R&B, and the result is this fifteen song extravaganza, part Hip Hop, part R&B, all with the slick production and smooth mixing that made him a music phenomenon.

Three singles have already been released from this album, at least two of which are guaranteed instant hits. "Can I Have It Like That" features the one and only Gwen Stefani, and you couldn't want a better lead off track for an album. The other heat generating single is "Number I" with red hot Kanye West, and this one is tucked away near the end of the album for a hit "sandwich" that'll be pretty hard to beat. The third single "Angel" was released in the UK and is one of the tracks that Pharrell handles on his own, falsetto and all.

Watch out also for "How Does It Feel" a steamy Hip Hop track (Remember that this album has a parental advisory warning); "Raspy Sh!t"; "Keep It Playa" with Slim Thug (this one has a great hook); "That Girl" featuring Snoop Dogg; "Young Girl" with Jay-Z; and the last track "Show You How to Hustle" featuring Lauren, where he goes by his rap name Skateboard P.

As if that weren't enough, fans of "The Artist Formerly known as Prince" will absolutely love "Baby" featuring Nelly, and for a nice spiritual touch, Pharrell gives a shout out to the Almighty giving thanks for his talents.

Do you really need more reasons than these to get this album?

Amanda Richards
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