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Another Level


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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Interscope
  • ASIN: B000007W2V
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,798,627 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Limited Edition Includes a Bonus CD with CD-ROM Tracks plus No Diggity (Jungle Mix), Don't Leave (Goodbye Remix), Fix (Lislee Mix).

Customer Reviews

It's a nice song to relax to.
Mikeisha Best
Their first cd was good and it had lot of songs that I think people would be suprised to know that they remade...and made it better.
I.B.
This is by far the best one yet.
Mauricio Sonny

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Rupert on March 13, 2002
Format: Audio CD
After seeing the video for "No Diggity" on MTV, people might have been scratching their heads and wondering, Who are the new guys? What happened to Dave Hollister and Levi Little? Well, the new guys are Eric Williams and Mark Middelton. As for what happened to, Dave Hollister started a successful solo career on Def Soul, and Levi Little apparently turned into an M.I.A. Some people may be skeptical about the revolving door concept, but let me tell you, in this case it works.
This album is arguably one of the best albums of the `90s. The dope vocals combined with Teddy Riley's production and computer work shows great results. Teddy may be the founder of the group, but when it comes to singing, Mark is the dominating one. He brings it home with smooth songs like "Never Gonna Let You Go" (talking about renewed love) and feel-good songs like "Happy Song." But the other members contribute as well. There are dope fast songs like the Grammy-winning "No Diggity" (where everyone has a place in the song), not to mention "Fix" and "I'll Give It To You." Then, of course, there are slow jams like the aforementioned (and catchy) "Never Gonna Let You Go," as well as "Let's Stay In Love" and their remake of The Beatles' "(Money Can't) Buy Me Love."
You can't even go wrong with the interludes on this album. Teddy lets his daughters shine on "Deja's Poem" and "Taja's Lude," "My Paradise" is a nice short song that would sound great a capella, and "Motherlude" showcases touching testimonies from each of their mothers. There's even a radio interview found in "BLACKstreet (On The Radio)," where Teddy states that BLACKstreet, not Guy, is in his heart. (After hearing Guy III, don't you wish he followed his heart?)
The intro, like many intros, gives us a taste of what they have in store for us. Still, most people won't be prepared for an album this good. Do yourself a favor and get it.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By I.B. on April 16, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This cd was the best cd that blackstreet ever did. Their first cd was good and it had lot of songs that I think people would be suprised to know that they remade...and made it better. This cd is no different and they take it to another level no doubt with every song. No diggty became a new slang after they droped it with Dre and Queen Pen(who lays down a tight verse on this track) and that song is still good listening to it now. Every song flows into the next and makes it hard to think about even pressin the skip button. They mixed in Jazz and hip/hop[ with everytrack. A good example is the intro. The Song "no diggity" reminds me of down south ..like in one of those movies where they showning the old days where people was pickin cotton..listen to the beginning........"Um hmmmmm....Gotta get doown Good Lawd..etc." Other good tracks: (the whole cd)I can't think of any track here thats not worth listening to. Their latest album wasen't as good but this one will always be their best. Teddy just keeps bringing the hits and with this he takes it to another level.
Don't sleep on this...get it!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By James Clark on April 4, 2003
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is a fine CD of great R&B songs, especially the slow jams. Has some old school flava and has some contemporary urban edge too. Street and slick, great arrangements and production by Teddy "Street" Riley (Michael Jackson, Keith Sweat, Hi-Five, Today, Guy) and great vocals throughout this disc led by Chauncey "Black" Hannibal with special guests; producer Tommy Sims and string arranger Jeremy Lubbock. This is not a new CD but all the songs are still fresh today. Stands the test of time. Well worth the bucks.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 25, 1998
Format: Audio CD
This group is one of the all time greats! They have such a great vibe and they sing so well together that its almost unreel. Another Level is the only Blackstreet album I own but I think that its terrific in the way that they mix Rap, R&B with beutiful beats and vocals. They seem to take a listener to places few can go though the lyrics that they put in there songs. Songs like " Good lovin', Let's stay in love, Don't leave me, and (Money can't) Buy me love" are prime examples of old school love songs and PHAT new school beats. I hope to hear much, much more from these guys in the future and I cant wait for a new album to come out in stores.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "miggitymark" on December 5, 1999
Format: Audio CD
Another Level makes BLACKstreet's first effort look like a warm-up. Although original members David Hollister and Levi Little left the group, their replacements, Eric Williams and Mark Middleton easily pick up the slack and help the group take their music to Another Level. Spawned by the success of their debut single, "No Diggity," BLACKstreet proves that they are more than just another R&B quartet. "Don't Leave Me," and "I Wanna Be Your Man" are nice songs to jam to, while "Never Gonna Let You Go," and "Let's Stay In Love" are both more than just your average ballad. BLACKstreet literally does take R&B music to Another Level on this one...
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 13, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Not being all that familiar with Blackstreet's music, I found this CD to be very impressive as soon as the first listen! There is obviously a lot of sampling, but unlike most R&B/rap bands, Blackstreet puts a better spin on it. And, yes, it's almost too hard to differentiate them from the sound of Boyz II Men, but they still pull it off. The only problem I had with the CD overall are the tracks 10 ( "Taja's Lude"), 14 (Blacksteet interview), and 18 ("Motherlude")....what IS this??? Did they need some filler for an already lengthy CD?? I mean, c'mon, it's cute and sentimental, but does it belong on a CD? Guys, we want to hear music, not poems and Mama's lectures! However, because there is thankfully a `Skip' button on all CD players, I'm giving this a 4-star " go buy it" rating for great, entertaining jazzy R&B music...best I've heard in this day and age for quite some time!
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