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I wouldn't recommend this release to today's R&B fan.
Teddy sounds like his doesn't want to produce and it shows-BIG TIME. "Do It" and "Teddy's Jam III" sound like Guy outtakes from 1990!
I am disappointed in the albums nowadays that only have one or two cuts on them that are good and the rest are garbage.
*LOL* Sorry. It's just the truth.
The intro was OK, but the next track We're Comin' is silly. Dancin' is solid R&B though. Rescue Me is even better. Read more
i finally got my copy of the guy 3 album.some of the tracks are cool.
love online... Read more
Due to ego's and label problems, Guy waited ten years to release their thrid disc Guy III. The CD was a massive flop but it still featured some quality material. Read morePublished on January 4, 2007 by Derrick Dunn
I'm a fan of New Jack Swing also Teddy Riley,
I follow him from Guy to Blackstreet,
From Bobby Brown, Hi Five To MJ Dangerous album,
I got all GUY... Read more
Guy's third album in 2000 was okay. I remembered to get it the day it came out in January 2000. But I came out a little disappointed with about 30% of it. Read morePublished on December 26, 2005 by Preston
I think this was one of the most underated albums in history. I cannot see why this album got bad reviews. Read morePublished on October 11, 2003
That's how I feel every time I think about the money I spent on this Guy comeback album. Most comeback albums are no good anyway, but I felt like I was convinced into buying it... Read morePublished on August 22, 2002 by E.J. Rupert
Guy returned not with a bang but with a whimper when they released this supposedly much-anticipated third album. Read morePublished on June 3, 2002 by The Groove