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There are many lessons that come from age and experience, and when one discovers such a thing, one is compelled to broadcast it to the world. This is that. Sometimes those declarations sound like the cantankerous frustrations of cranky old men. But while this piece of writing you find in your hands does indeed center on one very important lesson, it will come with none of that “Back in ... Read more in Amazon's N.E.R.D. Store

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  • Audio CD (November 2, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Interscope Records
  • ASIN: B003U82O8K
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #150,865 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Party People
2. Hypnotize U
3. Help Me
4. Victory
5. Perfect Defect
6. I've Seen the Light
7. God Bless Us All
8. Life as a Fish
9. Nothing On You
10. Hot & Fun

Editorial Reviews

2010 release, the fourth effort from Pharrell Williams, Chad Hugo and Shae Haley. Formed as a concept band in their hometown of Virginia Beach, in 2000, N*E*R*D stands - defiantly - ten years later as a group of musicians who have worked tirelessly to carve out and conquer a new space in an otherwise nebulous musical world.

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It's a great track - very infectious.
Bryan A. Mabe
The album seems alot more creative then some of their earlier albums, and most of the beats are very experimental.
RJ
Again, just a great album to listen to.
Nathaniel H Hill

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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Bryan A. Mabe on November 2, 2010
Format: Audio CD
N.E.R.D. has been through a lot since 2001, when their debut album came out of nowhere to be proclaimed a classic amongst their cult fans as well as critics. But they never really took shape in the mainstream. Every album since the first has attempted to get more and more into the pop ranks, with only some success. Their last album, Seeing Sounds, seemed to make the most effort in doing so. However, among the cult following and critics alike, Seeing Sounds was said to be their worst effort out of the three. So, Nothing could have either pushed that "pop" sound more or it could have taken from what worked with the first album, In Search of... Luckily for fans new and old, N.E.R.D. decided to take their creativeness to new heights, with polished, yet not over-saturated music. We have a new classic on our hands.

Track by Track

1. Party People f/T.I. 4/5 - This track sets off the record, but does not give it a sense as to where the album's direction will go. It is a feel good, "let go" type of track that gets you moving, but seems more for the dance floor that it is for your headphones. Nevertheless, it is a well put together track. Their second official single added T.I. to add some star power

2. Hypnotize U 4/5 - A very mellow track that comes surprisingly after a fast paced dance track. Hypnotize U tells a story of appreciation toward the females. Pharrell goes all out on his falsetto belts which will remind most of his first solo single "Frontin'" years back. It's a great track with a memorable beat.

3. Help Me 5/5 - Shae and Pharrell were quoted as saying that this record had a lot of influences, one being, The Doors. Help Me is the song they were talking about. It has The Doors dripping off of it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Malcom Montague on January 9, 2011
Format: Audio CD
This album felt like a classic as soon as it started playing. Drenched in soul, love, and a constantly simmering anger towards the establishment.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By cableknit on March 21, 2011
Format: Audio CD
There were barely enough tracks on this album that I liked to encourage me to purchase it and after listening to the whole thing I don't feel it was worth the $10. I can't think of a time when I would listen to 90% of these songs again and not want to turn them off.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Alex Bettany on June 17, 2013
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The album itself is great, but had I known this was the edited version, I might not have bought it. Also, the case on mine was cracked when I received it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By dustincjames on July 19, 2012
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This album is the definition of getting slept on. It's a good one too, if you don't listen to expecting it to be another In Search Of... like most people do. Don't buy this thinking you're going to hear 10-15 [depending on what version you buy] new smash hits produced by The Neptunes, because this is not an album by The Neptunes...this is N*E*R*D. A lot of these songs are influenced by classic rock and funk music and aren't about pleasing the masses who listen to Top 40 radio. If you have an eclectic taste in music then I would without a doubt recommend this album to you. Pay the few extra few bucks and get the Deluxe Version, because the added songs are just as good as the first 10 songs on the album. As long as you go into this knowing this isn't an album by The Neptunes and not comparing it to another N*E*R*D album then listening should be an enjoyable experience.
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By Ryan Rogers on December 12, 2010
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N.E.R.D. has always been a band I've respected. Not only for their diverse and distinct sound, but for the fact that they never pack it in. Pop rock band Spymob provided backing instruments for their debut classic In Search of. But shortly after that Pharrell and Chad learned to play all the instruments so that they could play these songs when they wanted to and how they wanted to, forging a very different sound than their production team The Neptunes. And so the sound of N.E.R.D. is born.

Another relatively classic CD followed, Fly Or Die, and the legend of N.E.R.D. was fully realized. Anticipation was high for their third album, which took four years to be released, but, sadly, it didn't live up to the anticipation. Seeing Sounds is not a bad release in any stretch of the imagination, but it's not as good as the first two and really suffers as the album progresses. There's no 'Rock Star' or 'Stay Together' found to close out the album or 'Maybe' or 'The Way She Dances' to keep you listening. There's only the likes of 'Love Bomb' and 'Laugh About It', nowhere in the same vein as the closing tracks on the other releases. But all that's been expunged with the release of Nothing.

Nothing is another classic in the same vein as In Search of and Fly Or Die. Remarkable in its original sound and consistency.
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N.E.R.D's fourth album "Nothing" finds the eccentric trio of Pharrell Williams, Chad Hugo, and Shae Haley (aka the production group The Neptunes) having come full circle, battle tested from their 10-year journey as a band. "Nothing" is a return to the classic N.E.R.D sound from "In Search Of," combined with the live rock feel of "Fly or Die," and highlighted by the electronica of "Seeing Sounds."

The 10-track, 36 minute LP (the deluxe edition includes four additional tracks) is N.E.R.D's most complete album to date. Its cohesiveness, along with its more mature, calmer tone imbues the album with a simple yet rich quality. The two songs that bookend the album shine as the obvious singles, but the remaining eight tracks confidently chain these bookends together, expressing one comprehensive thought.

The funky, house inspired "Hot and Fun," featuring Nelly Furtado, is one of two radio-friendly songs and is in fact the lead single. The second single finds southern rapper TI reuniting with The Neptunes (check for TI's first album "I'm Serious") on the upbeat club anthem "Party People."

The rest of the album seamlessly varies in tempo and tone from track to track. While many of the tracks employ a more serious, classic style, the music never comes off pretentious or self-conscious. Williams croons about his love for the opposite sex like only he can, but he also sings a motivational anthem for Chris Brown on the charismatic "God Bless Us All." Other stand outs include the insatiable anthem "Victory" and the environmentally conscious, yet entertaining "Life as a Fish."

Every track is produced by The Neptunes, with the exception of "Hypnotize U," which features a mid-tempo, spacey contribution from the French duo Daft Punk.
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