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Love? (Deluxe Version)

May 3, 2011 | Format: MP3

$11.49
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: May 2, 2011
  • Release Date: May 3, 2011
  • Label: Island Records
  • Copyright: (C) 2011 The Island Def Jam Music Group
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  • Total Length: 1:02:17
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  • ASIN: B004XKMEK2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,499 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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32 of 37 people found the following review helpful By PourHomme80 on May 3, 2011
Format: Audio CD
JLO's new album "Love" has been in the making for quite some time. Remember last year when she tried releasing promo single "Fresh out the Oven" or the widely panned "Louboutins" as the first single with a premiere performance at the 2009 AMA's where she took that infamous tumble. She took a step back and saw that this mid-tempo r&b/pop-hop sound wasn't working for her like it used to and turned her sights on dance/pop hit-maker RedOne (of Lady Gaga fame) to give us club banger, dance-pop hit "On The Floor" which zoomed up the charts all over the world and became her first Top 5 in the US in almost a decade. Not only did she hit up Gaga's producer, JLO went straight to the source and gets assistance from Lady Gaga herself, who gets writing/production credits on two tracks on the album.

After listening to the album, I can clearly divide it into three musical genres.
Quite honestly, the R&B/Pop-Hop section sounds most dated and reminds me most of old-school J-LO tracks from the early 2000's. Good Hit and I'm Into You are the standout tracks from this genre.
The Dance/Pop section is the freshest and contains some serious gems, ie: Villains and Hypnotics along with first single On The Floor are standouts.
The Pure Pop section contains the title track, Love, which is a great HOT AC track. Except for the weak, Everybody's Girl, these are some great modern pop tracks and JLO hasn't sounded better.

Dance/Pop
1 - On The Floor
2 - Papi
3 - Invading My Mind - Co-Produced and Co-written by RedOne and Lady Gaga.
4 - Villains - This is a smoking hot track, in the vein of Jump Smokers meets - Cheryl Cole's "Fight For This Love"
5 - Hypnotico - Send this to RADIO ASAP - Should fit in perfectly in between a Ke$ha and Britney track.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Paul P. on June 28, 2011
Format: Audio CD
Jenny's sixth english studio album includes some of her best material yet. The problem though is that people had already heard a great proportion of the album due to it being delayed and songs (Mainly unfinished) leaking but anyway it's still a great romp of a listen:

On The Floor - 10/10 - A fantastic comeback single which is unique, sassy and a floorfiller - summer smash

Good Hit - 9/10 - Though the chorus is a little annoying this again is a sexy and confident jam with good lyrics

I'm Into You - 10/10 - Summer in a song - this is brill with a memorable hook and gorgeous lyrics and a sexy video!!

(What Is) Love? - 10/10 - A great track from her film 'the back up plan' with fantastic verses and a mega chorus

Run The World - 6/10 - This song starts of brilliantly but the chorus is a letdown - it could have been much better

Papi - 10/10 - The next single which is a guaranteed hit with latino influences and a fierce beat with a fab chorus

Until It Beats No More - 10/10 - A sensation ballad which shows off her vocal range and should be a christmas single

One Love - 8/10 - A song talking about her many relationships which is catchy and a good reflective tune

Invading My Mind - 9/10 - A fab track but Gaga's influence is clear as it's not Jennifer's norm but still great

Villain - 7/10 - Perhaps the weakest album track with nothing too memorable - the chorus though is very good

Starting Over - 10/10 - This song is so unique and catchy yet is inspirational and deserves to be a single

Hypnotico - 10/10 - This song is pure fire and is addictive.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Ben on May 3, 2011
Format: Audio CD
Jennifer Lopez really knows where her strong points lie and it shows with this carefully selected songs for Love?. Critics may hate it(oh let them be!) but you can't deny the irrestible dance-oriented numbers. I love all her songs but my most favorite is "Until It Beats No More". One thing that puzzles me is where are the magnificent "Louboutins" and "Fresh Out The Oven"? I wish she would included these as well. A great perk-me-ups of an album!
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Michael N. on May 3, 2011
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This album is her best work to date. Every song is catchy and fun. The standard version comes with 1 bonus track, the deluxe edition, which I suggest getting, comes with 5 bonus tracks. Get the deluxe edition, it's worth it. Sony Records/Epic Records is stupid for parting ways with the pop queen.
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18 of 24 people found the following review helpful By AyJay on May 3, 2011
Format: Audio CD
Jennifer has said in loads of interviews over the years that she doesn't like being referred to as J.Lo any more as that was just a character, but lo and behold - J.Lo is back. Literally back; J.Lo is stamped on the album and single covers instead o her name. A glance in the booklet is the same old checklist; fur coat? Check. Bling? Check. Barely there clothing? Check. Glossy hair? Check.

So with the artwork being blasts from the past the question becomes, will the actual album be a look back over her back catalogue too?

LOVE? boasts an impressive list of song writers, which includes the likes of Lady GaGa, RedOne, Evan "Kidd" Boggart, Jorgen Elofsson, Diana Gordon, Taio Cruz, Tammar Chin, Claude Kelly and Aliaune Thiam.

Even though Jennifer Lopez has publicly stated that this is her most personal album it is worth noting that she has only co-wrote two songs; One Love and Villain.

On The Floor [feat. Pitbull]

[Contains a sample of Los Kjarkas song Llorando Se Fue, which is popularly known for being used in the Kaoma single Lambada]

Since Jennifer's last collaboration with Pitbull went so well [Fresh Out The Oven] it was only natural that she would team up with him again. The result sounds like her old On The 6 singles and it was meant to; Jennifer asked writer/producer Redone to come up with a track that was the evolution of her classic sound and the lead single was the result. Lyrically it's follows a basic 'get down and boogie' formula, but the r&b/pop/Latin/Lambada music screams summer, so this is a very appealing song. I didn't like it at first, but once you hear it it takes root in your head and you'll be humming it for months.
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