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  • Audio CD (September 12, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Zomba Recordings/Sony BMG Music Entertainment
  • ASIN: B000H305U0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (472 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,413 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Future Sex/Love Sound
2. SexyBack
3. Sexy Ladies
4. My Love
5. Love Stoned
6. What Goes Around
7. Chop Me Up
8. Damn Girl
9. Summer Love
10. Until The End Of Time
11. Losing My Way
12. All Over Again (Another Song)

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Justin Timberlake returns with the highly anticipated album Future Sex/ Love Sounds, the sexy follow-up to the mega-hit Justified. Co-written by Timberlake along with hit-makers Timbaland, Rick Rubin and will.i. am., Future Sex/ Love Sounds is infused with the hip-hop based R&B sound that has launched Justin as one of the genre's premier performers.

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One spin of FutureSex/LoveSounds and it's hard to believe that Justin Timberlake was ever a boy-band barnstormer--no modern-day male artist beats him when it comes to single-minded self assurance or suavity. "SexyBack," the inescapable summer sizzler of a first single off this short and thrillingly unwholesome disc, makes that clear on its own: If there was ever any question about whether sexy was in need of reviving--a doubtful proposition at best, given the sheer volume of JT's gyrating counterparts--he lays it to rest instantly over a small but insistent Timbaland-concocted beat. On that track, Timberlake's appeal is his sweet but newly thuggish-sounding voice--here's a good kid gone bad, and he's determined to convince us of it not only by tossing a few well-timed mother****ers our way but also with such lyrics as "I'll let you whip me if I misbehave." The rest of FutureSex will feel familiar to anyone who picked up 2002's brilliantly funk-flecked Justified: "Love Stoned/I Think She Knows Me," shifts from Michael Jackson-esque paranoid trilling to pulsating guitar rock; "Chop Me Up," a collaboration with Three 6 Mafia and Timbaland, gives up the grit rap-style but still manages to recall both Prince and Stevie Wonder; "My Love," with T.I., mines classic Timberlake territory with meltaway lyrics like "I can see us holding hands walking on the beach/Our clothes in the sand"; and the straight-up but groovy lament "Losing My Way" asks, searchingly, what may be the silliest question a squeal-inducing pop star has ever posed: "Can anybody out there feel me?" Rest assured, JT: we feel every past-, present-, and future-sexy verse. --Tammy La Gorce

Customer Reviews

Every song on the album is good, except maybe one.
Michellea David
Next are all songs that could be singles, SexyBack, Sexy Ladies, My Love, Love Stoned, and What Goes Around...Comes Around.
Ryan Rogers
This album shows how much Justin has grown as an artist.
SJ M Gale

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172 of 208 people found the following review helpful By Scott Louis on September 13, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Of all the albums I thought I might review next; lord knows I never thought it would be the new release from ex-boy-band gloryboy Justin Timberlake. With "Justified," he forged a moderately (if conservatively so) different personality than the clean-cut good boy image he had cultivated with his work with `NSYNC. The songs were personal, if overwrought, and overproduced. The singles were monumental, but the album overall lacked a true personality.

On "Futuresex/LoveSounds", Timberlake leaves `NSYNC so far behind that its hard to view him as the same person. Much of this is most likely to Timbaland's credit, who produced almost every track on this fine record. This album had one of two directions to go from "Justified," either an attempt at the same thing, or a grandiose, hubristic, self-promoting, self-aggrandizing beast of a record. And to everyone's benefit (most prominently his own), Timberlake chose the latter.

The lyrics are an intriguing amalgamation, ranging from shameless hubris to pathetic desperation, and its in walking that line that Timberlake finds his real charm. He's likeable because he reacts to his situation like a real person. He knows the power he has (through his fame), but at the core he is still hopelessly insecure. On second single "My Love," his flights of masochism and confidence on other tracks dissolve into ruminations of marriage, as if his confident ruse is nothing more than a hopeless romantic simply looking for the one on which to spend it.

The backing beats, mainly by Timbaland, showcase the master back on top of his game. Ranging from pseudo-funk, to post Purple-Rain Prince, to Timba's very own take on pop; the tracks flow seamlessly, effortlessly, and hypnotically.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Ruth E. Mejia on October 6, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I've been putting off writing this review for about a week now. Reason being: with the exception of one song, this is such a great album my words won't do justice to it. Either way I will try to give my honest opinion on each song below:

1-"FutureSex/LoveSound" (5/5) Great song. Wonderful chorus. Love it's unusual beat and it's racy lyrics.

2-"SexyBack" (5/5) The reason I got the album in the first place is this song. With it's off the hook beat and Justin's unique vocal arrangement, this song became a hit in my book.

3-"Sexy Ladies" (5/5) Another awesome song. It's chorus is very catchy and Justin's voice in it is great.

4-"My Love" (5/5) I loooooove this song. The prelude to this song and the

actual intro. are insanely good. Justin's falsetto in the background is just bone chilling.I could listen to this song all day long. T.I.'s rap is very fitting and well written.

5-"LoveStoned" (5/5) A great song with a very cool chorus and terrific lyrics. My favorite part is the interlude at the end. Justin's voice is wonderful in it. Overall, a great song.

6-"What Goes Around Comes Around" (5/5) I love the message in this song. Many people can relate to this song which is what I love about it. Great lyrics + great vocals, inevitably = a GREAT song.

7-"Chop Me Up" (5/5) A personal fave, this song is just flawless. I love the way Justin sings in it. It just suits him right. Timbaland's verse is also fabulous. This song's chorus is what has me hooked. Three 6 Mafia's collaboration with Justin was a great idea. Nobody else could have done a better job.

8-"Damn Girl" (3/5) I was about to give the album a 4 instead of a perfect 5 stars because of this song. I simply don't get it. I hate it.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Charles L. Hubbert on October 22, 2006
Format: Audio CD
There are a bunch of people who are still bitter over the way Justin Timberlake handled himself with the whole Janet Jackson/Superbowl fallout. But to discount him as a singer because of it would be unfair and unjust. So going forward, this review is in no way a reflection of that incident or his involvement in the boy band N Sync. I think everybody should be considerate of artists who break the mold of what is 'expected' of them. With that said, Future Sex/Love Sounds is one of the best 'pop' albums to date. I classify it as pop because most of the songs on this project border more on dance and electronic than the R&B genre. Nevertheless, that still doesn't mean that Future Sex/Love Sounds is not enjoyable. It's arguably one of the best albums of the year.

The groove that he has throughout the album is unmistakable and quite obvious. A lot of people would then turn around and say that every song 'sounds' the same on the album. Not so. The title track starts off the album with a futuristic sound more common in electronic music, but still has a underlying beat to keep it funky. "SexyBack" is the monster single that is commanding all radio formats and being overplayed like any other number one track in recent memory. "Sexy Ladies" is a throwback to the early 80s sound with groups like The Time or Prince's funkier music. "My Love" featuring the rising rap superstar T.I. is my pick for a second single because of purely addictive music composition. "LoveStoned" is barely passable because of the beat, but the singing could've been a tad better. "What Goes Around" is a mellow, mid-tempo that suffers the same fate with a stellar background but the lyrics and delivery aren't there.
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WHICH SONG IS YOUR FAVORITE ON THIS ALBUM?
sexy ladies
Dec 19, 2007 by 80sgirlA |  See all 5 posts
The King Of Pop
You're wrong! Michael Jackson will ALWAYS be considered the King of Pop!!
Feb 4, 2007 by Joy |  See all 9 posts
JT SAID HE WANTS TO DUET W/ ELLIOTT YAMIN
I hope that will never happen. Elliot is too good of a singer to be pairing up with a poser like Justin. Elliot relies on his voice while Justin relies on big name producers.
Feb 23, 2007 by Blueberry Muffin |  See all 6 posts
until the end of time...
Yes it is a great song! It reminds me of Prince's Adore and Beautiful Ones
Feb 5, 2007 by Rachel A. Ewing |  See all 2 posts
The CD is AMAZING
I've heard it too! The album is soooo amazing! But let me tell you it's an aquired taste! Much different from his first album! If you don't like sexyback, you won't like this album! I absolutely love what timbo is doing this year! This is definately his year! With two #1 Produced singles... Read More
Aug 31, 2006 by Brok Bunnell |  See all 13 posts
Sexy back single mix??? Be the first to reply
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