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Emotion Single, Import

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Audio CD, Single, Import, October 11, 2001
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  • Audio CD (October 11, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Import
  • Label: Sony / Bmg Japan
  • ASIN: B00005NYP7
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,358,646 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Emotion (Album Version)
2. Emotion (Maurices Nu Soul Mix)
3. Emotion (Instrumental)
4. Emotion (A Capella)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By KD on October 6, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This CD is the Japanese version of the Destiny's Child single, "Emotion". However, I would not recommend this to someone only mildly interested in the group. This is not because the CD is unoriginal or bad, because the opposite is true. The tracks include the album version of the song (meaning the one they did on their disc Survivor), the maurices New Soul Mix (a remix with redone vocals from the three ladies and funky instrumentation to back them up), the Instrumental (which is just the same as the album version with a slight, not-so-subtle alteration: no vocals), and the a capella version, which of course just has no music behind it. The latter is my favorite, because it really showcases the girls' gorgeous harmonies, and proves that each is a strong singer, even without an accompaniment. I know it's expensive, and again, if you're not really that big of a DC fan, this probably isn't what you're looking for. I would buy their album Survivor, which has this song on it and many more.
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This single is a track from the lovely trio, Destiny Child (on the album Survivor and the Survivor remix). This track was originally scored by Samantha Sang and then the Beegees, who made it their timeless song. Enter the new millenium, and Destiny's Child lead, Beyonce Knowles re-arranged and made it their song.
It was a mild success on the charts, and many older fans of the song find that the girls murdered it by their elongated vocal warblings, but I am one for the delightful tunings of long drawn melodic notes -as long as it is perfected.
The video clip that accompanied this song, was touching. I believe it was set around the deathbed of Michelles mother (not certain if it was based on real life) with Kelly and Beyonce coming to help their friend in her time of need. Though, I dont know why another storyline was introduced- Beyonce discovering her 'boyfriend' was cheating by catching him on CCT camera??? Then going to the aid of Michelle, where her ma passes on; she crumples to the floor with the aid of Kelly & Beyonce supporting her up.
All 3 girls have their part in the song, with Kelly singing the first verse with her own style and Michelle singing a small piece, which tends to be raspy and scratchy, not that its a bad thing, but not my thing.
What stands out on this track is the note that Beyonce reaches upon the climax of the song. It is a truly phenomenal melisma which she holds with such control. She peaks at the highest note and steps it down with such precision, I give her 5 stars for that one note ***** And those who doubt she can't sing live, I suggest you should actively seek her singing this marvelous song LIVE, with one of the other fine diva's Celine Dion, where she hits the note but in different tempo and format.
Overall, the song is worth 3-stars.
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