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Whether she was singing pop-friendly urban soul or acting in her own family-oriented sitcom, Brandy's winningly wholesome persona helped catapult her to stardom during her teenage years. She scored the longest-running number one female duet in chart history (teamed with Monica on "The Boy Is Mine"), a testament to her mainstream appeal, and she spent several years as the title ... Read more in Amazon's Brandy Store

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  • Audio CD (December 9, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: 2008
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epic
  • ASIN: B001F2U72I
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (133 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #119,389 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Brandy releases her 2008 debut album on Epic Records, entitled Human which is her most personal album to date. Per Brandy, 'I have grown so much since my last album. Being able to express myself and my journey through my music is a feeling I can't describe.' Reunited with executive producer Rodney 'Darkchild' Jerkins, who first collaborated with Brandy on her 1998 multi platinum selling album Never Say Never. Human shows a side of Brandy no one has ever seen before. Having sold more than 25 million albums worldwide, Brandy has been one of the top selling female recording artists in Pop music history. Brandy has more than 100 awards worldwide.

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This cd is definitely worth getting and listening to.
M. Robinson
The subdued production combined with the strong lyrics to showcase Brandy's passionate and emotive lyrics.
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I was a fan of Brandy's all along, but this one is the best so far.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Protegé on December 9, 2008
Format: Audio CD
This album is absolutely amazing! Brandy's vocals soar to new heights as she pours her heart into the music. It's so great to have her back on the scene! "Human" is just another example of why so many people in the industry - legends, producers, writers, peers - respect Brandy and have publicly declared their admiration of her talent. Now, on to this review!

1. Intro - A spoken definition of what being human means to Brandy. I would have preferred a musical intro, but a simple spoken intro fits with Brandy's personality as well.

2. The Definition - CLASSIC Brandy & Darkchild collabo! A thumping, mid-tempo anthem where Brandy proclaims that she's made the greatest discovery of mankind. Indeed! It's one of my favorites.

3. Warm It Up (With Love) - A heart-felt mid-tempo. This song really puts you in a good, hopeful mood. As the song progresses, more drums and bass are added. Album Highlight for me.

4. Right Here (Departed) - The first single. This song was an instant classic for me. Another song that has inspirational undertones as Brandy's voice conveys so much emotion!

5. Piano Man - YESSS!!! This is definitely one of my favorites on the album. The beat is amazing; it pulsates along with a piano as Brandy pays homage to her and Rodney Jerkins' chemistry and ability to create meaningful music. I hope this is a single.

6. LD Interlude - Brandy chats with her long distance beau. The conversation ends rather abruptly and it just breaks my heart!

7. Long Distance - The second single. This is a classic ballad that one could see the likes of Whitney Houston singing. Brandy's voice sounds immaculate here.

8. Camouflage - A definite highlight! This song really hits home for a lot of people.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Cory T. Shaeffer on December 9, 2008
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Back in 1998, Brandy was sittin' on top of the world, with multi-platinum albums, starring roles in movies, and her own sitcom. Much has changed over the course of that time, but Brandy has remained relatively active on the music scene, but she was unable to match the success of that 1998 album "Never Say Never." Part of tha has been due to the long gap between her albums, and true to form, it has been several long years since her previous album dropped. So here we are all of a sudden, a full decade later, and Brandy sounding more accomplished and seasoned than ever; her music never had embraced the foolishness of the boy and girl band era, nor did her style fit that of those who thought it wise to record ballad after ballad featuring some gangsta rapper doing background vocals. Rather, Brandy has perservered, actually coming up with a set of hooks that not only equal but exceed those of "Never Say Never."

The smooth balladry of "True" and the title track "Human" give only a glimpse of what she can do; the fantastic lead-off single "Right Here (Departed)" and the closing track "Fall" are the highlights of the set, showcasing a wide display of melodic range, with dead-on vocals, including the harmony. Perhaps she has even made Darkchild a better songwriter by delivering such empassioned performances - he has not come up with a set of hooks like this in a long time (maybe not ever before now).

In closing, with the shelf-life of a female pop star being as short as it is (J.Lo and Hilary Duff have already come and gone in the time since Brandy's debut), it is truly refreshing to see an artist mature to the point at which everything comes together in one career-defining moment (or in this case, almost a full hour of music).
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Zahra Brown on December 9, 2008
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I waited paitently. I've been a fan of Brandy since the day she came out with "I Wanna Be Down". I'm so glad to have this album in my hands right now. Brandy is amazing ya'll!

Now, I'm not gonna review every song, because they are far too good. Your voice is extremely remarkable! She has that voice that music missed all these years. Everytime I hear her voice, gives me good chills! I can't even discribe it! I'm loosing my focus (right now) to even explain how great the songs are on this album. But dammnnnn, Brandy tored it up (meaning she aced the vocals) in every friggin' single track on this album. Four year long wait was surly worth a wait.

Let me just say that the first intro track, "Human Intro", alone will get people soo interested into Brandy's album. What Brandy said on that track is soo true and really hope a lot of people listen to this album because it's a phenominal album.

She puts soo much effort in her music. Every song will reach to the top of the charts. I can't even tell Brandy how proud I am with her. I can't even pick a song that I love the most. If I must pick then it would be "The Defination", "Piano Man", "1rst & Love" and damn, "Human" is a hot track. "Human" is a champion track that should be released! It's the theme!! "A Cappella - (Something's Missing)" is incredible! Love it! Oh my gosh - "Camouflage" is hot! I love "True" sooo much!!I love it. Brandy you are doing it big!!! I'm so glad she's back omg... Brandy is back!! Finally, music matters to me now. The "Long Distance" intro.. had me going into tears!! omg.. it's soo damn good. When she goes, "hello? hello?" omg.. I just felt that pain, I wonder if Brandy actually cried in the studio while making that track because it felt sooo real and I could feel that emotion at the moment.
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3rd Single
I love Warm it Up. Wish she would release it as a single
Mar 4, 2009 by HppyandBlessd75 |  See all 8 posts
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I love all of Brandy's album, but my hands-down favorite was Afrodisiac. That album was tight. My favorite song would have to be the remix of "U Don't Know Me Like U Used To."
Sep 22, 2008 by W. E. Phillips |  See all 11 posts
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cool.

i was wondering when they were going to add that. i really like the first song i've heard "Right Here (Departed)".
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