Good Girl Gone Bad: Reloaded

June 17, 2008 | Format: MP3

$7.99
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4:36
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3:15
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4:27
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3:20
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3:32
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3:39
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4:11
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2:45
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3:41
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4:55
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4:05
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3:33
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3:58
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3:49
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3:18

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  • Original Release Date: June 17, 2008
  • Label: Def Jam
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  • Total Length: 57:04
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  • ASIN: B001B67VR2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (277 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,110 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

All of the songs match and it is overall a very good album!!
tonio
It's a lot of fun to listen to and jam to and if you are a good girl gone bad or a good girl lookin to go bad, this CD might just help.
ks
One of the best songs of the album, but there really is no need for Jay-Z in my opinion.
L. Jaco

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

32 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Miriam Hope Brown on October 15, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Generally, one buys a CD and only likes to listen to one or two tracks. With Rihanna's CD "Good Girl Gone Bad" every track is different and , I think sets a new genre for music. It crosses over from R and B to light rock. A great deal of thought was put into the order of the tracks. The lyrics are full of meaning. It is a compilation of love songs, angst and confusion. I am 48 and an old rock n' roller. This CD is a crossover for me. I would highly recommend this CD.
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Just another Music/Web/Technology Lover on November 24, 2008
Format: MP3 Music
OK, the other two reviewers have a bone to pick with Amazon, Pepsi points and other things completely unrelated to Rihanna's music. If you like Rihanna, this is an excellent album. Not many to choose from yet, being a young artist. But, IMHO this is a better album than her first "Music of the Sun", which is not an insult of her debut either. I almost gave this 5 stars just to counter the crappy, unrealistic and unrelated reviews provided by the other two people here.... but I resisted. This really is a 4 star album, with solid music, vocals, and production. if you've heard of and like Rihanna, you'll like Good Girl Gone Bad.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By James Montgomery on June 29, 2008
The real fans purchase the albums in the first few weeks of their release & 6 months down the track the casual fans get expanded (better) editions. The record companies are trying to get money out of the fans twice for just a little bit of extra content. Every one feels sorry for the record companies with all this illegal downloading going on at the moment. Why should we feel sorry for them when they are ripping off the real fans. Someone mentioned that we should purchase the 3 extra tracks on mp3. RUBBISH. It would be only fair that these extra tracks should be available free for download even if it meant somehow proving that you purchased the inferior release. I'm sure 6 months down the track there will be an expanded version of Usher's new CD like there were for his last 2 CDs. Chris Brown, Fergie etc are all releasing expanded versions. It wouldn't bother me if the record companies released both an expanded & standard version at the same time, but they don't. Anyway this CD is really good. Love the Maroon 5 duet.
To the CD companies. A big fat GET STUFT!
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35 of 44 people found the following review helpful By A* VINE VOICE on June 5, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Rihanna has finally made a solid album, almost void of her nasal tick of notes and need to have herself above the sound mix. Now with the right production, hello -- echo effect in play during "Umbrella" (a song Mary J. Blige turned down, yeah, kick yourself hard for that one, girl). Rihanna has dropped the too-sweet Island sun music that she never quite American-ized to have a run away hit and is able to avoid working with Teairra Marie at the food court.

With the exception of the horrible slow jams that try to cater to her as if she had a strong voice, Rihanna does well with the sassy jams like "Lemme Get That" with its call to take every dime a man has on furniture instead of spending her own cash to do so ... why not have him buy the house too then? Even "Don't Stop the Music" which samples Michael Jackson's chant/call from "Wanna Be Startin' somethin'" is dipped in a little of reggae while still allowing her to cross over. It's nice to see her growing into her own, even though it is with massive help from studio production.

In the past, it seems as if she had been searching for an image, this sassy, sweet vibe suits her well. Even the film-noir album cover works. The only riff: when she fails, she fails hard! Slow jams just aren't her strong note, when its too much of a vocal push for her. Its like telling Ciara to go out there and belt -- not gonna happen. Rihanna has made an excellent summer album that'll stick on the charts for a long time or until Beyonce gets Jealous and tells her to sit down.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By amerdale876 on June 8, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Upon picking up Good Girl Gone Bad, the third and most recent album by the excruciatingly beautiful 19-year-old Barbados dancehall reggae singer Rihanna (born: Robyn Rihanna Fenty), I slightly cringed at the album's title, thinking she had gone the route of most pop diva starlets (i.e. Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Lindsay Lohan, Jessica Simpson, etc.) by thinking that growing older means one has to flaunt and exploit sex and sexuality in order to showcase how much older she's become. When's it gonna sink in, ladies? Growing older and more mature does not mean you have to talk dirty and dress in skimpier outfits. Luckily, although there are a few songs on this album that have many sexual innuendo, upon listening to the title track, "Good Girl Gone Bad," the last track on the album, I'm relieved to hear that the title doesn't mean what most audiences would think it to mean. And that's the exact theme that Rihanna uses throughout Good Girl Gone Bad. Not only is this green-eyed Bajan one of the most beautiful women I've ever seen (she should be People Magazine's top most beautiful person), but she's also shown with each album release that she's growing not only in age but artistically as well.

Anyone who's listened to contemporary pop/rock/R&B radio knows Rihanna from her earlier hit singles "Pon De Replay," "S.O.S.," "Unfaithful," and "Break it Off." Her first album, 2005's Music of the Sun was chock full of summer dance anthems, headlined by the reggae dance tune (in the tradition of Sean Paul or Daddy Yankee, both of whom I despise) "Pon De Replay" (which I surprisingly enjoyed) that would most likely be played in any teenage girl's radio with her convertible top down and on the way to either the mall or the beach.
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