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It's Me Again

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After a three-year hiatus, Tweet is back, and ready to unveil the long overdue It's Me Again, an exciting, new chapter in her life, which she refers to as "Southern Hummingbird times two." Says Tweet: "It's still me, but it's a different revelation of me. I've grown as an artist as well as a woman--I've been there, done that, and it's a great feeling''. Elektra. 2005.

It's Me Again is a bad name for a great record, the reason being that the sound that bumps infectiously through around half of these 16 tracks is distinctively Missy Elliott's (she executive produced). "Turn Da Lights Off," the opening song after a space-wasting, self-congratulatory intro, crackles for a moment with what sounds like an old Supremes sample, then off we go—each subsequent joint doles out some unexpected aural treat, be it the whomp-bomp of "Iceberg," the dreamy '70s coast-along of "Cab Ride," or the clever boogie-woogie of "Sports, Sex & Food" (listen up, girls). The small screen in simpler days is a major theme, with Tweet revisiting "Kojak" and "Taxi" for samples; when she's not channel-surfing for sounds, the sturdy-voiced chanteuse sticks around the era to rework "We Don't Need No Water." The roof never smoldered quite so elegantly. --Tammy La Gorce

1. Intro/It's Me Again
2. Turn Da Lights Off
3. Iceberg
4. Could It Be
5. You
6. Cab Ride
7. Things I Don't Mean
8. My Man
9. Sports, Sex & Food
10. Small Change
11. Two of Us
12. Where Do We Go From Here
13. Steer
14. I'm Done
15. Bonus: We Don't Need No Water

Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 22, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Elektra / Wea
  • ASIN: B0000CC6QD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (115 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #132,885 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By P. Brown on March 22, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I honestly was not going to buy this CD, but the first single is so hot! I loved this CD from the FIRST PLAY. It was worth the wait and the production of the tracks are amazing!

Tweet's first CD was good, but this one has demostrated a serious growth of her talent. Tweet if you read this, GREAT JOB and you have a new fan!!!!!

By the way by favorite tracks are:

Turn the light off

Could it be

Cab Ride (Love the sample!!!!!)

Two of Us (With your daughter, nice touch)

I Done (The sexiest break up song ever)

People just get the CD, this is my first favorite for the year 2005!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Daughter of a DJ, Lover of the Arts on September 17, 2005
Format: Audio CD
honestly i would have never bought tweet's first album because i am tired of the same old "heartbreak" or "sex" themes that run through our R&B airways repeatedly. however, the really good stuff never becomes videos or makes it to the radio and thus once i heard tweet's album i feel in love with it. first of all, tweet has an angelic voice meaning although she is an alto singer, her vocal pitch can range from the softest soprano to the moodest deep alto that a woman could reach.

you will hear this when you hear her sweetly sing "its me again" on the introduction. she is a trained musican in guitar and piano but the guitar is her trademark, therefore beautiful "non-electronic" organic music and notes can be her throughout the cd although not as much as on her first cd. the reason this cd is not a 5 is because like p. diddy combs, Missy Elliot gets carried away when it comes to introducing herself and screaming on the introduction to her songs. this does not happen too often but enough that you could become annoyed. with ciara that is different, she is a young teeni-bopper. but tweet is a grown woman with grown issues, and grown music, therefore the mood gets spoiled.

my favorite songs:

taxi - in which she cleverly uses a sample from the tv show taxi throughout the song. very soft and sweet.

two of us - is a duet with her daughter that is light, playful and celebrates the relationship between mother and daughter (specifically single mothers) one thing that separates tweet from many popular R&B singers today is the depth of her lyrical content. this song is perfection.

small change, where do we go from here, and i'm done are 3 really great slow songs.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By soul2soulbrotha on March 23, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Intro - Though it's not a full song, it was the proper way to open this album. Knowing Missy, the opener could have end up being a in your face make way for me track, but this was soul and serene, that's why I love Tweet.

*Turn Da Lights Off - (6/10) - Missy shut up! I'm not a fan of the melody of this song (the violins, the chorus, and mixing, the whole package) Tweet sounds beautiful, which is why the verses end up being the best part off the song. However, the melody isn't that memorable which is why this song probably didn't live up to expectation on the radio. Missy's verse wasn't bad but I'd hope for a bridge from Tweet.

*Iceberg - (7/10) - Nice lounge song, straight from the hear lyrics. Not much of a composition, but it does pick up towards the end. This song features her best vocals, I give her props for that.

*Could It Be - (6/10) - Was a bit bland and uninspiring to me, but still sounds good. Rell's voice does well in complementing Tweet's. Good duet overall, just didn't do much for me.

*You - (7/10) - This is where the album picks up. Take the track back to ol' school the accapella and production. The song drags on a bit at the end, but still an excellent track.

*Cab Ride - (10/10) - This song is my jam, best sample you will here all year, Tweet really pulled together a tight ballad. I love how she breaks it down at the end. The BEST track on the album.

*Things You Don't Mean - (9/10) - I ain't gon lie, this track is fly mainly b/c of Missy, she knew how to start this off right. Tweet got some good flow on this track, nice midtempo.

*My Man - (8/10) - Tweet can tell `em off!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By David Gonzalez on April 17, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Tweet. One of the most soulful and unique R&B singers of nowadays, is finally back. Missy Elliott's protégé is anything but what you'd have thought Missy Elliott has under her wing. The soulful bird that unleashed her talent with the brilliant "Southern Hummingbird" (2002) has put all her efforts together to make a brilliant sophomore, "It's Me Again", which title doesn't make justice to what's inside the CD.

A tasty bunch of heartfelt tracks, which has been unfairly promoted by the record label, Atlantic, that seems to don't give a damn about their artists nowadays.

1. It's Me Again (Intro) - A beautiful piano-laced intro, that could have easily been another of the full tracks in the album. Tweet's unique voice puts it all together to a very nice introduction to the album.

2. Turn Da Lights Off - A very soulful, Old-School song created over scratching 2 precious samples: Luther Vandross & Cheryl Lynn's "If This World Were Mine" and Nat King Cole's "Lost April". Missy really knows how to deal with Old-School and New-School music in the same song, getting help from producer Kwamé (Mary J. Blige, Will Smith). The song has a precious style, driven by an infectious drums, string and piano melody. But, however, this was NOT the best single choice. 9/10

3. Iceberg - A unique song. The only song produced by her on the album, shows us Tweet singing strongly about a relationship that's gone cold. Driven by a broken drum beat, with reminisces of a jazz track, we can hear trumpets, piano, guitar...everything is right. Even in the intro, we can hear a Mariachi song that represents how hot was the relationship until it sunk like the Titanic. Hot as a chili. 9/10

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