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I Am...Sasha Fierce (Deluxe Edition) Import

3.8 out of 5 stars 347 customer reviews

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Deluxe two CD pressing containing five bonus tracks. One of 2008's most hotly anticipated album releases, I Am..Sasha Fierce marks the artist's first new studio collection since the Grammy-winning multi-platinum-selling B'Day debuted at #1 on charts around the world shortly after its international release on September 4, 2006. With all songs co-written and co-produced by Beyonc‚, the artist's third studio album is her most personal, reflective and revelatory collection to-date. 16 tracks.
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  • Audio CD (November 18, 2008)
  • deluxe_edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B001GQACGO
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (347 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #141,501 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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On her website, Beyonce wrote that this album contains what she considers the best music she's recorded to date, and in many ways this is true. The double CD "I Am...Sasha Fierce" manages to appeal to fans of the power ballad songstress from "Dangerously in Love" and the club queen with sick dance moves from "B'Day." And while improving on both those styles, Beyonce also branches out into new territory to generally good, if not great, results.

The first disc of this album (the "I Am..." part) starts off strong with the hit single "If I Were a Boy." The song showcases Beyonce's strong emotional interpretation of songs and her incredible voice (an asset many of her fellow pop divas lack), and quite frankly the track gets better each time I hear it. She immediately one ups herself with the best track on the entire album, "Halo," with soaring vocals and a much stronger melodic structure than many of today's hit ballads. The first disc features nary a misstep, and the acoustic, singer-songwriter vibe of "Satellites" is another highlight. By the end of the first disc, you feel like this album is destined for greatness, and probably a few Grammys.

Then the "Sasha Fierce" portion starts, and things get dicey. "Single Ladies" is a pretty good song, although its success as a single owes as much to the excellent music video as the actual song. But things get worse with "Radio" and the unintentionally funny "Diva," which fail to show off Beyonce's voice or provide a good beat for her to dance to. These ventures into urban hip-hop are off-putting as they are poorly done and even worse, feel forced. I was a huge fan of much of "B'Day," and I wish the Sasha Fierce songs borrowed a bit more of the tribal beats and strong dance grooves of that album.
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I must say I was very disappointed with this album. The ballads were awful and she didn't need to separate the two disks. Not very eco-friendly! The only good songs are her "Sasha Fierce" ones. I don't know who she's trying to fool with this whole alter-ego thing. Sasha is Beyonce and Beyonce is Sasha and that's how her fans will always see her. You can't separate the two.
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Hang in with me, this is a fair review.

Beyonce's new cd is just as creative as it is controversial. From what I have read from other reviewers "Beyonce fails to execute a new style that is effective". I believe the opposite, as well as going to publicly humiliate anyone who claims that Beyonce is trying to make "an alter ego", even if she has used those words herself.

The disc that appears most in question is "Sasha Fierce". This disc is actually extremly interesting, aside from Ego which I constantly skip due to its strange wording that is reminiscent of awkwardly sensual themes. Beyonce just about wore the hell out of me with her B'Day cd fillers, though I would still consider it an amazing cd. "Greenlight" and "Kitty Kat" started sounded like the same song and I found myself mixing the two with "Freakum Dress" and "Get Me Bodied". Finally an artist identified their own dying trend and revitalized themself. What Beyonce has done with Sasha Fierce is introduce a variety of new sounds in order to get a general response from listeners and allow her to perform within different areas. Tracks like "Diva" and "Video Phone" show a more ghetto side to Beyonce which hasn't been thoroughly explored and I have more than enjoyed. "Radio" is also reminiscent of a ghetto sound as she slurs her speech in the begining and drops certain consanant sounds to create an interesting texture and feel to her voice. The beats are, according to other reviews I have read, harder for Beyonce to dance to, however, if you were to watch any of her new music videos you would quickly bite your tongue. Beyonce is not only an amazing vocalist when she needs to be, but she is able to dance better than any other performer, far exceeding the abilities of Shakira for example.
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I used to like Beyonce. Now I have very negative feelings about her motives with this record and do not feel I could support her again.

The standard edition is garbage. I am so glad that I was able to listen before I purchased it. But you noticed how they had the standard edition and deluxe edition mixed in together for listening on the myspace page, so you don't have a clear idea as to the fact that the standard one is lacking...everything. They were blended together as if they were all one record. The only really good songs are If I Were A Boy and Halo, which she didn't even write. She stole the first one. What a joke.

This was a gimmick and strictly about fooling everyone into buying the deluxe.

With the economy the way it is, they figured, everyone will buy the $8.99 standard edition to save money, and the diehard fans likely will. Once they realize it's garbage and get that "where's the rest of it" feeling from the record (they arranged it that way), they will go out and get the deluxe, thereby ultimately spending at least $24 on her.

Beyonce, you are rich enough. Why rip off your loyal fans, especially in these hard times? It's not even about making good music, its about making money by any means necessary. That is very wrong and I will never support you again. I downloaded the few songs I liked because you won't be ripping me off. I saw past the gimmick and so have many others, but unfortunately not enough. This is the beginning of your downfall as an artist. You have shown your true colors. You've gotten complacent, thinking you can release garbage and your stans will buy it anyway, and they will. But YOU have to live with lying and cheating to make your millions. Your loyal fans will support you because they love your past work. THEY can help make you rich with this (whatever it is that you are trying passing off as music). I won't help them.
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Are you guys excited about the new re-release of the album?
Am I excited about this re-release? Meh. I can't say that I am. There are so many versions of I Am... Sasha Fierce out there. It's enough to make poor Sasha Fierce have an identity crisis by now!

We currently have:

I Am...Sasha Fierce
[[ASIN:B001GQACGO I Am...Sasha... Read More
Nov 4, 2009 by mattyp4 |  See all 29 posts
I Am...Milking My Fans!
I TOTALLY agree!! !st the regular edition, then the deluxe, then there was the remix cd/dvd (where the remixes sounded like they were just thrown together for the product release), and now THIS??!! What's the point of buying this--the extra songs that I can probably find online somewhere?? GET... Read More
Sep 30, 2009 by MELISASource |  See all 9 posts
I love the cover of the albums...
Yes, they're very nice photos... all of the photos of her lately with the black and white look beautiful and classy. I prefer the cover of the standard edition, actually.
Nov 14, 2008 by Wynne R. Phillips |  See all 8 posts
Video Phone (feat. Lady Gaga)
Wow. Talk about soft core.

Anyway, that song is alright. I used to love it before it became a remix but I quickly fell out of love with it.

It's OK but I think she's sexualizing herself a bit too much in it.

Am I surprised? Not with the way music has been for a while now but the Beyonce of... Read More
Nov 18, 2009 by Adrian |  See all 4 posts
track listing
That listing for the iTunes Deluxe Edition is 100% correct!. i see they added the tracks: "Save The Hero" & "Why Don't You Love Me" as well as the videos "If I Were A Boy" & Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) as bonuses. only 2 bonus tracks for a Deluxe Edition... Read More
Oct 21, 2008 by LazyBoy83 |  See all 7 posts
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