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All I Want Is You [+Digital Booklet]

November 30, 2010

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: November 30, 2010
  • Release Date: November 30, 2010
  • Label: Jive
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  • Total Length: 42:47
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  • ASIN: B004CA70Q6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (103 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,887 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

Its a must buy this is what music is about.
mari
I love every song,for Miguel to be so young and to write music this great is amazing!If you don't have this CD buy it,you won't regret it.
C.White
The first 2 cuts are my favorites, but this cd is great to listen to all the way through, and I look forward to more from Miguel.
S. Brown

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By J. Brogden on December 1, 2010
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
In an era where the music industry stresses dance ability over singing ability and caters to entertainers over those with real vocal talent, it's refreshing to find an artist like Miguel in the midst of all the vapid and forgettable music. I first heard Miguel last year when I stumbled across his recording of the Ne-Yo penned song "Let's Just Be". I was very impressed by his vocals and soulful tone, one upping Ne-Yo on his own song. I again heard from Miguel when he released the single "All I Want is You" produced by notable Nas and Amy Whinehouse producer Salaam Remi. The song features a hip-hop back beat with a slinking organ driven bassline. J. Cole, the only guest appearance on the album, delivers a very respectable verse and doesn't detract from the track as guest rappers occasionally do. A decent track to introduce the uninitiated to Miguel. The opening album track "Sure Thing" is an impressive, unassuming ode to his lover. With sparse instrumentation coupled with catchy metaphor driven writing, it provides for a very memorable song.

The overall album has a dirty, smokey but sexy sound to it with plenty of vinyl noise to add to the atmosphere. The album occasionally switches up the laid back vibe with upbeat dance tracks like "Pay Me" and "To the Moon". The former a high tempo club track destined to move folks to do the dance floor, with an infectious dance groove and hook that is certain to get stuck in your head and the latter featuring a Timbaland esque drum beat begining with sparse synth instrumentation that gives way to sexy chords and lush vocals.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Jivon Lee Jackson on November 30, 2010
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I must admit that I had no expectations of Miguel's debut CD, "All I Want Is You". This hasn't been the greatest year for mainstream R&B, and while I found the heavily promoted single pleasant, I wasn't counting down the minutes until this project dropped. Well I am happy to say that this has been one of the more enjoyable albums of the year. No new ground is broken, but for the most part this CD sounds adult, which is a rarity in contemporary soul music. All of the songs have their own merit, and Miguel's voice seems well suited to each track. This album is worth a listen.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By JennyLo on November 30, 2010
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This album is the MOST original music I have heard all year.. You cannot classify this as just R&B,Rock, or alternative.. Its a mash up of everything!! He writes is own stuff and has wonderful vocals which again is RARE these days.. Miguel has written for Usher, Mary J Blige, Musiq SoulChild, Jaheim and a list of others.. I have watched his live performances via youtube and what more can I say = IM IMPRESSED and FOREVER A FAN! YOU GO MIGUEL! Bring a Grammy home!

By the way: You can play this CD from beginning to end..* SURE THING* is 1st favorite, All I want is you #2,.. Girls Like you and Quickie are cleverly written with Awesome vocals!!! Vixen and Hero are the BOMB well.. You cannot deny the talent or this CD all the props in the world!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Derrick Dunn on November 30, 2010
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After debuting with the smash single All I Want Is You, we are now presented with the debut album of singer Miguel. Unlike the recent debut album of Bruno Mars, Miguel uses his voiceto create a nice debut which shows he should have a nice carrer.
--Track By Track--

1."Sure Thing" produced by Happy Perez
The album opens up with a smooth track which is very melodic song which could easily be part of an unplugged show. **** out of ****

2."All I Want Is You" (featuring J. Cole) produced by Salaam Remi
The lead single if you haven't heard this you've been living under a rock. **** out of ****

3."Girl With the Tattoo" (Enter.Lewd)
A nice little interlude which I thought would lead into a nice slow jam. The interlude seems out of place in the track sequence which is my only complaint. **** out of ****

4."Pay Me" produced by Fisticuffs
I originally heard this song when it was a demo for Usher. I didn't care for the song then as I'm not a big fan of the Euro pop sound. ** out of ****

5."Quickie" produced by Fisticuffs
I was feeling this song with its reggae overtones. Whoever producer Fisticuffs is, he shows his versality with this song. **** out of ****.

6."Girls Like" produced by Fisticuffs
This was an ok song; I think a guest appearance from a rapper like J. Cole or Big Sean would have helped it out a ton. ** ˝ out of ****

7."Overload" (Enter.Lewd)
This was just a pointless interlude and unlike the previous interlude, I think it's just filler. * ˝ out of ****
8."Hard Way" produced by Salaam Remi
Another great production by Salaam Remi with a great drum backing. *** out of ***.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Milton Green on December 27, 2010
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Overall, this is a good CD. However, I must admit I was expecting a little bit more from Mr. Miguel's first release. He sounds like the second coming of Slim from 112, but with better range. Unfortunately, the quality of beats drop off a little in the middle. Tracks "Vixen" and "My Piece' did it for me!!
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