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  • Audio CD (June 23, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 2009
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: NOTIFI MUSIC/FONTANA
  • ASIN: B002984ARK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #69,265 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Interlude
2. Show Off
3. Trouble (Featuring Bun B)
4. Last Chance
5. Interlude
6. One Time For Love
7. Open The Door
8. Get Involved (Featuring Timbaland And Missy Elliott)
9. Orchestra
10. Touch Me
11. Lying To Each Other
12. Even When I'm Mad
13. Bridge To Love (Featuring Brandy)
14. Used To Be The One
15. Show Me The Way

Editorial Reviews

2009 release, the sixth album from the R&B vocalist. A Man's Thoughts was produced by The Underdogs, B Cox, Timberland, The Runners, Johnta Austin, Oak and Polow Da Don. The album includes guests appearances from Brandy, Missy Elliott, Bun B and Timberland.

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The lyrics are good to listen to.
T. Mckiver
He makes you wanna fall in love, renew your love, make love, and get down and dirty with it.
Tazzyt2bossye
Ginuwine gave 100% again and you will not be disappointed if you buy this CD.
Bri-Ann

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Perverted Alchemist on October 9, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Ginuwine returned in 2009 with "A Man's Thoughts", an album that's surprisingly mature considering the subject of the review. Most of Ginuwine's songs have been oriented around sex, but around 2001, he lost both his parents, so "The Life" was understandably somber in that regard. Now here it is... a new album, a new label, and a new perpective on life. A lot of his longtime fans may hate him for his new musical direction, but he's doing something different. You see, he is a married man in his mid 30's, so most of the songs are going to be about that aspect of his life. He is making grown man music and for that, he should be applauded.

Many of the songs are relationship oriented- at least from a married man's point of view. The ups and downs, the happiness, the sadness... it's all on here. While his peers continue to live their second childhoods being in their 40's (Jamie Foxx, R. Kelly) 50's (Charlie Wilson) and even 60's (Ronald Isley during his "Mr. Biggs" phase), Ginuwine takes the high road to adulthood and is all the better for it.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By S. Dorsey on June 28, 2009
Format: Audio CD
I was happy to see Ginuwine's new release "A Man's Thoughts." It appears that the time he spent away from the music industry, gave him what he needed to bring us the music we expect. I was a bit disappointed with Ginuwine's last two releases, although I found a song or two on them to keep me interested in his music. I first heard the lead single off this album, "Last Chance," while watching music videos. The song didn't catch on with me at first, but after I heard it a few times, it grew on me. I purchased this album as a result, and I always buy Ginuwine's albums, even the last two that I didn't like so much. I listened to this album carefully, and I am pleased to let you know that he's back. Ginuwine is not the same young guy who gave you songs like "Pony," at the beginning of his career. He still maintains the Ginuwine sound on this album, but with a more mature effort than he's made in the past when he was most popular. The most well known producers on the album are Bryan Michael Cox and Timbaland. Bryan Michael Cox makes a nice effort while Timbaland does not add much, even with assistance of Missy Elliott. The song he produces is the same pop stuff he's been doing for Nelly Furtado and FloRida. I hear that will be the second single. The stand-out track to me is a slower song produced by OAK called,"Close the Door." That song is one I play over and over again. Another favorite track is the midtempo "Trouble," and a super duet with him and Brandy called, "Bridge to Love." Overall, this album for me is Ginuwine's comeback. I haven't liked more than three songs on his albums since his album, "The Life." His first three albums were imcredible, and then something bad happened for the last two. Those of you who are Ginuwine fans will not be disappointed. This is a mature Ginuwine album, but he's an older artist now than when he made, "Pony." Give him room to grow, this is real R&B music. Ginuwine is back!!
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kisha on June 23, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Ginuwine is back and his cd is pleasant. There were more songs that I liked then I didn't like. I wish he would have pushed harder because he has the voice to do it and since this is his first actual album in four years I was hoping for more. The songs and his talent still shines through but since he's been out for 13 years I was hoping for more of that experience to come through and that's where he came up a little short.

On a positive note his songs `Last Chance', `One Time for Love' and a few others really show his range and the reason we fell in love w/Ginuwine in the first place. I'm not really feeling `Get Involved' w/Timberland and Missy. Sounds like a song Timberland wrote and Justin Timberlake said he didn't want so they handed it to Ginuwine. I heard this was gonna be his new single, hope not but if it is I will keep my fingers crossed that it is a hit for him.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By mediaagent on August 14, 2011
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I just downloaded this last night, and I have to say, this is one of Ginuwine's best. Yes, this is a CD that is a bit different, but I am playing this CD over and over! I'm glad I read some of the reviews and downloaded it based on the fact that I have always thought that Ginuwine is a talented individual. Of course it's good, which is why we didn't even hear it on the radio (who programs for them these days? This should have at least been on a after dark/quiet storm list! Or do they even do them anymore?)

Loving this! I'm planning on completing the rest of my Ginuwine collection and get his last two CD's as well.
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By DJK30 on August 18, 2009
Format: Audio CD
At this point, I'm not sure if I like it or I dislike it. Yes, it is well put together and Ginuwine still maintains his unique style. But is it what I expected? Actually its not. Ginuwine never lets me down but this is definitely not his best CD however, it still gets rotation in the CD player but I do feel as if this album is a bit confusing. There are moments when I feel he puts his old school feel on some ballads, but then again in others, I don't. You'll have to judge this for yourself. Listening to his older hits, and comparing it to any track on this album makes me wonder if somehow he's taken a step back in his approach to putting out good quality music. Overall, the CD is just good listening, giving you the type of songs you want to groove to on a long drive! As always, YMMV!

NEOSOUL
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