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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 19, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Telstar
  • ASIN: B00009LVZS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,282,991 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Featuring the Hit Single "Scandalous", a Sexy and Sassy Slice of Hook Laden R&b.

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3.8 out of 5 stars

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By jAmEs FeRnAnDiS on January 10, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I have to admit that this album. Which is sold as an import. It sounds just right sometimes. But I think this album would be a little on that silly bubble-gum popmusic that most teenagers are into. I think they would need to rethink their next album. Most fans nowadays are matured listeners and want matured music. Don't get me wrong, this album is good, I mean GOOD!!!!! But contains too much kids stuff that is way below Mis-Teeq's true potential. If you wanna dance to some good music than this album is for you. But if your matured and like stuff like Hilary Duff's new single "FLY" or rock/pop/R&B Artists. Then you may need to hear it first, in case you don't like it. But Eye Candy is seriously as it sounds like. Pop candy or in other words, a more POP feel. But anyway put some hands in the air for MIS-TEEQ again!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 28, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Mis-Teeq has a unique sound that makes them stand out from the rest of the Brit-pop girl groups--a harder edge with just the right amount of dirty. This sound makes the best tracks really move; so much so, you don't even care if the lyrics are silly. The slow songs in the middle are awkward, but it picks up quickly and hits the spot.
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Many vocal groups, particularly female ones, have about as much longevity as a reality tv contestant. There are, of course, exceptions. TLC, Destiny's Child, The Supremes, and the fledling women of Blaque continue to carry on, two of the latter groups enduring near break-ups due to departing members. What make Mis-teeq different in many ways is their innovative sound. While it isn't necessarily aimed at the grown up crowd, the harder beats and driving rhythms of their sophmore effort reflect a major growth process. Their self-professed "Urban UK" delivery is unmistakeable in its charm and ability to keep dance floors hot.
While they don't have the vocal range and diversity as say, Destiny's Child, they do know how to create an addictive and pulse pounding sound. The main element that makes 'Eye-Candy' such a pleasure to listen to is its diversity. Upon listening to their first album, Mis-teeq were eagerly awaiting the next wave of parties, but on 'Eye-Candy', Su, Aleesha, and Sabrina opt for funkier, and more sensual material. On the electro/r&b track "Scandalous", Aleesha spits killer rhymes and blazing hooks, while Sabrina and Su-Elise add the seductive r&b edge. On "Can't Get it Back", the girls exude the 'boy be gone' attitude, but do it with lush harmonies and a funky up-tempo groove.
Eclectic grooves are nothing short of amazing on Mis-teeq's sophmore album. "All in One Day" is a laid back, vibe song with thoughtful lyrics and a pristine vocal delivery from the three women. "Strawberrez", a seductive slow jam that evokes the vocal memories of Minnie Ripperton, is a true sign of growth for the girls of Mis-teeq. Of course there is filler, but seldom does it take away from Mis-teeq's charm .
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Format: Audio CD
After hearing Mis-Teeq's stellar debut disc "Lickin' on both Sides" which brought us stellar singles and several stellar remixes such as: "Why", "All I Want", "One Night Stand", "B With Me", "Roll On", "Stamp Reject", (and the interim single remake of) "This is How We Do It", I was highly anticipating the release of Mis-Teeq's next disc "Eye Candy."
Eye Candy fails to live up to the high standards set by the unbelievable debut disc by Mis-Teeq. Gone are 6 tracks that could easily be singles on their own right.
"Eye Candy"'s first released single "Scandalous" is the only track that can stand on it's own as a single. The rest of the disc is Mis-Teeq struggling to find their sound. This can range anywhere between sounding treacle and syrupy (think Minnie Riperton singing "Loving You") on tracks like "Strawberrez," "All in One Day", and "Home Tonight" on one of the spectrum, to a track like "Nitro" which is rough and full of energy, but lacking substance other than the band gloating about their previous success.
The one saving grace for this disc lies in what collaborative remixes Mis-Teeq does to songs like "My Song" and "Can't Get it Back" (which has an infectious jazz sax cutting in from the background every now and again). One of the bonus tracks "Hey Yo" has good remix potential as well. Let's see what Blacksmith, Sunship, Staragate, and others can do with these songs. Whatever it may be, it may raise the quality of this album a bit.
The sophomore jinx seems to have caught up with the girls on this CD, which is almost expected, as "Lickin' on Both Sides" is one tough act to follow.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Weather Warden <3 on August 18, 2003
Format: Audio CD
If not the best! I was always a fan of Mis-Teeq, but I like them even more now I have this CD. I got it on Saturday August 16th, and haven't taken it out of my CD player since. I'm listening to it right now, actually. This CD is much more then the first two singles. Track rundown:
1. My Song
This has a short intro at the beginning, introducing the Mis-Teeq girls, then it kicks into a RnB garage number, with storming music and a strong chorus. Good start to the CD. 4/5
2. Scandalous (StarGate Radio Mix)
This is on the radio everytime you turn it on right now, but this song gets better and better everytime you hear it! I love the chorus and Alesha's bridge. I love the lyrics too! 5/5
3. Can't Get It Back
This is Mis-Teeq's current single, and while I like it, it's not one of my favourite tracks. I love the music at the beginning, and the catchy chorus. 4/5
4. Dance Your Cares Away
Fantastic music! I love the beginning and the chorus is really catchy. This has great feel good lyrics. 5/5
5. All In One Day
This song is weird! It recalls a normal day in Mis-Teeq's world, starting with getting out of bed, up to going to bed with their man. It has some weird lyrics, but overall is pretty good. 4.5/5
6. Strawberrez
This song seems to go on forever (it's 5:25). You'll hate it the first time you hear it, but as time goes on and you listen to it more, it'll grow on you. I love the vocals and the music in the track. The ad-libs in this song, last for 3 and half minutes, but it'll seem shorter once you've listened to the song a few times. 5/5
7. Nitro
This is a rocking track! Alesha is such a good rapper. I love the powerful chorus, and the reference to their debut album "Lickin' On Both Sides".
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