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While it is often said that “all is fair in love and war,” not much is mentioned about the place where the two intersect. With her fourth album, In Love & War, superstar Amerie proves she has survived the twisted road to that inevitable collision and lived to sing about it.
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  • Audio CD (July 30, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B00006B1NP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (205 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,617 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Why Don't We Fall In Love
2. Talkin' To Me
3. Nothing Like Loving You
4. Can't Let Go
5. Need You Tonight
6. Got To Be There
7. I Just Died
8. Hatin' On You
9. Float
10. Show Me
11. All I Have

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The 3rd track, "Nothing Like Loving You" is one of the BEST songs on the CD.
Marcus
Amerie's voice sounds fierce in this song and it flows really great with this rough beat.
dogeneedtakeship
Not only can Amerie sing, the lyrical content of this album is very impressive.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By J. Johnson on September 5, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Not only is she FINE(!) but Amerie Rodgers has a pretty, assurred voice that mixes the rawness of Mary J. Blige and softness of Faith Evans yet has a originality to it. This was captured on her feel-good debut smash "Why Can't We Fall In Love?" ,a likeable track with a strong old-school feel (heavy drum program; horn squeals and a roller-skating vibe). That same appeal is full and alive on Amerie's coherent and refreshing debut, "All I Have". Produced by Rich Harrison (who produced MJB's "Beautiful Ones" and "In The Meantime"), "All I Have" has an innocent yet determined feel with adequate production and Amerie's impressive vocals. Standouts include the lush "Nothing Like Loving You" which is VERY reminsict of something SWV would have down when they were still around; "Need You Tonight" with it's pounding beat and very raw Mary J.-esque vocals and "I Just Died" which has a sultry ambience with Amerie singing in a more tender tone and the silky, jittery beat just moving in the background. By far, (one of) the best track(s) on "All I Have". There is no filler on the album although some cuts are lesser than others but "All" is a very impressive disc that blows away generic wannabes like Ashanti (and even Alicia Keys) out of the water. If Amerie sticks around, then by this disc's indication she'll be on the same ranks as Blige and Evans. Nice debut.
...And I have to give Amerie and Harrison props for good vocal arrangements (unlike most mainstream R&B projects, she's not screeching or screaming or showing off) and not adding any "big name" rappers. It's all Amerie's show. And she does a fine job on it.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By dogeneedtakeship on August 8, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Amerie is one of the hottest R&B singers out there right now, I would go far enough as to say that she definitely has the talent to compete with Ashanti and other R&B divas. Her album is straight up R&B and it's rare nowadays for artists to keep their music one genre. Amerie's looks are a hybrid of J.Lo and Alicia Keyes and her voice is that of a cherubim. Regardless of the fact that Amerie didn't write any of her hits on this album, they are still beyond exceptionally good.
Track Highlights
1.) Why Don't We Fall In Love - This is Amerie's first single and impressive it is. This song has new flavor with a classic sound. This song would be great on a romantic evening with your honey. This song doesn't lack meaning either, the meaning is axiomatic after referencing to the title of the track.
2.) Talkin' To Me - This track has a mellow R&B beat and the song is superb, and you can't help but to sing along to the "Talkin', Talkin', Talkin', Talkin' To Me" part of the track.
3.) Nothing Like Loving You - Amerie's voice sounds great in this song over the slow bumping beat. As if it wasn't a pleasure listening to the song the lyrics go on to indicate "There is nothing like loving you".
4.) Can't Let Go - This track is one of the more up-tempo tracks with a twitchy sound to it, and Amerie's voice flowing over this beat slowly still sounds amazingly great.
5.) Need You Tonight - This song has a hot beat, it's something you have to hear for yourself, words can't explain it's greatness. Amerie's voice sounds fierce in this song and it flows really great with this rough beat.
6.) Got To Be There - This song has peaceful music to it and Amerie is actually singing a bit faster than usual making this track sound a bit sad with a semi-slow beat and vocals with alacrity.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By "reality_checks_in" on August 9, 2002
Format: Audio CD
"A return to Hip-Hop/Soul, a reason to love music again." This is how they are marketing Amerie. They know she is way more than R&B. She is exactly what they are marketing her as, Hip-Hop/Soul. This is what Ashanti wanted to do and what we loved Mary for. The album's intro, which just so happens to be her first single, "Why Don't We Fall In Love?" was leaked onto radio. How hot can the girl be if her intro did so well they made it a single? I'll tell you. She is very hot. So are the beats (we have Rich Harrison to thank for that).
They are Hip-Hop beats, but she doesn't let the beats hold her voice back. She doesn't want you to like her for the beats. She knows she has a voice and wants you to take note of it. Amerie doesn't just throw around misplaced Ad-libs and calls herself a vocalist. She makes the Ad-libs apart of the songs. A good example of this would be "Talkin' To Me", her first would be single (which is now her second). You won't find yourself singing the catchy chorus. You'll find yourself mesmerized by her smooth vocals that you will start singing the catchy Ad-libs worked into the song. Talent speaks to you. After this end of summer track she'll keep you in that laid back mood with "Nothing Like Lovin' You". You'll feel like she is singing in your ear. This is definite Hip-Hop/Soul. Close your eyes, listen to her sing 'La Da Da' and she just captures you. She has a hold of you now and she'll keep you there. She has a tight grip and then sings to you about why she "Can't Let Go". She tells you that you make her feel good. Amerie is a liar. She is the one making everyone feel so much better.
She brings it back up a bit on "Need You Tonight". Not too much, she knows how relaxed and laid back you feel right now. She brings the beat in slowly and whispers to you.
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