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Crazysexycool

TLC
November 15, 1994 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: November 22, 1993
  • Release Date: November 22, 1993
  • Label: Arista/LaFace Records
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  • Total Length: 56:04
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  • ASIN: B0018QXL1K
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (203 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,804 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

The lyrics were very well written.
Marcus
TLC is a great band and I think if you're thinking of buying it, you should because it is really good and you wont regret it.
Jeff
I consider this album one of the best albums ever.
N. Saiz

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By The Fancy One on May 8, 2002
Format: Audio CD
After the unexpected success of their first CD OOOOOOOHHHH....ON THE TLC TIP, people were wondering if TLC could rise to the occasion the next time around. Well, they didn't. They SURPASSED it with CRAZYSEXYCOOL. They left the tomboyish image behind and presented themselves as mature young ladies, and became the biggest selling female trio in music history (as far as albums go...the Supremes still hold the record for most singles by a female trio). From the time you hear T-Boz's sultry alto vocals croon "Oh wha, oh wha, oh wha" on the first single from this CD, "Creep" you're hooked, and it only gets better as it goes on.
You can listen to this CD, which mixes the sounds of hip-hop, old school soul, new jack swing, funk and gospel, all the way through and not find a bad cut in the bunch. I loved everything on it, my favorites being the aforementioned "Creep", "Kick Your Game", "Case Of the Fake People", "Diggin' On You", the red-hot "Red Light Special", the thought-provoking smash "Waterfalls" (why can't I get the image of TLC standing on water out of my mind?), the funky "If I Were Your Girlfriend" (T-Boz does an excellent job on this remake of the Prince classic), "Switch" and "Sumthin' Wicked This Way Comes". No doubt this CD is already a classic, and will continue to be. This CD is one that should be in every household. T-Boz, Left Eye (R.I.P. Lisa aka the Supernova, we love you) and Chilli will forever be CRAZYSEXYCOOL.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By The Groove on September 20, 2002
Format: Audio CD
With respect to the Spice Girls, no girl group epitomized TRUE girl power better than TLC on this, their finest album. "CrazySexyCool" is a stick of hip-hop/r&b dynamite that explodes with energy, attitude, and sass. T-Boz croons through the Dallas Austin-produced "Creep," a soundtrack to lovers who sneak on the DL; the ladies borrow lyrics from the O'Jays on the slammin' "Case of the Fake People," and they cruise into steamy territory on Babyface's "Red Light Special." They also do a note-for-note cover of Prince's "If I Was Your Girlfriend." Their cover won't make anyone forget about the original version, but they still pull it off well. But the album's crowning moment is their signature No. 1 hit "Waterfalls." Hearing this album gave me a tinge of sadness now that Lisa Lopes is no longer with us, but her energetic spirit is very much alive on this record. "CrazySexyCool" is one of the best albums of the 1990s, and it gets an A- in my school of music.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Eric Smith on January 29, 2002
Format: Audio CD
"CrazySexyCool" was monumental in the modern pop world. TLC dominated the charts in the mid-90's with their incorporations of Pop and Hip-Hop. Tons of the songs on the albums are hits (Those include "Creep", "Diggin' On You", "Red Light Special" and of course the summer hit and overplayed "Waterfalls."), but my favorites didn't even get released on the radio! In order of the album my favorite songs go as follows: "Case of the Fake People", "Let's Do It Again", "If I was Your Girlfriend", "Switch" and "Sumthin' Wicked This Way Comes (Feat. Outkast)." That pretty much covers every song on the album! This CD is one of the few that I can listen to all the way through. That is why I give it five stars. This is what Pop music is all about. There is no profain language (Well, maybe in the one interlude *Phonecall* but it's halarious!) and they include a wide range audience, ranging from the hip-hop crowd to the teeny boppers. If you're thinking of purchasing a TLC album, I reccomend this one out of all of them. It doesn't include much Hip-Hop (Which can be heard in the "FanMail" album) and it's not a first album which usually shows a lack of Maturity ("Ooooooohhh-On the Tlc Tip"). If you heard the songs on the radio and have been contemplating on purchasing "CrazySexyCool" go ahead. Listen to all of the other tracks as well. You won't be dissapointed.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Marcus on March 8, 2005
Format: Audio CD
TLC is one of the roots behind other female R&B groups in the business today such as Destiny's Child, Blaque, JS, Floetry, and others. Without TLC, female R&B groups would have nothing to model off of. The Sexy T-Boz, Crazy Left Eye (RIP), and Cool Chilli give all they've got. I love T-Boz's voice throughout the album. She has a sexy, deeper voice for a female which is kind of an aphrodisiac and sets the mood for much of the album (about 70%). Chilli's soft, sweet vocals are also shown on the album. I love the way she can hit those high notes that others can't. She dominates, about 30%, of the album while our crazy girl Left Eye is left with the hooks of some songs. Being the only rapper in an R&B group is pretty tough but Left Eye keeps that slick flow. Every song on this album is a hit!

1. Intro-Lude (10/10) - A hip, sexy way to start the album off with a little rap from some no-name guy.

2. Creep (10/10) - A nice, upbeat song about creeping on their man. The lyrics were very well written.

3. Kick Your Game (10/10) - This song definitely proves that this is a 90s album. It has the feel of a 90s song but it's flow never gets old and it always sounds fresh each time you hear it. I can't help but bop my head to it.

4. Diggin' On You (7/10) - Slowing the album down, TLC let Chilli & T-Boz croon to their male fans out there. The song is kind of boring if you ask me but it isn't terrible. Far from terrible.

5. Case of the Fake People (10/10) - One of my favorite tracks on the album. The song is basically talking about people that you think you know but you actually have no idea about them. They come off as something they aren't. This is a good song for the haters in your life.

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