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  • Audio CD (April 29, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2001
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Def Jam
  • ASIN: B000059RWB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (131 customer reviews)
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1. 112 Intro
2. Dance With Me
3. It's Over Now
4. Peaches & Cream
5. I Surrender (Interlude)
6. Missing You
7. All I Want Is You
8. Don't Hate Me
9. Q, Mike, Slim, Daron (Interlude)
10. Player
11. Sweet Love
12. Smile
13. Caught Up
14. Do What You Gotta Do
15. I Think
16. Still In Love

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Since New Edition and Boyz II Men ceded their R&B group throne of the '80s and early '90s, it's been hard to keep up with the myriad groups that have tried to take their place. But Bad Boy's resident gentlemen, 112, have always stood out from the crowd. Their latest release, Part III, further solidifies the group's appeal. On "It's Over Now," the album's first single, the group does what they do best: combining impressive vocals with Bad Boy's trademark hip-hop production. Likewise, on "Dance with Me," an intricately produced song with an infectious heartbeat bass line, the group reminds listeners that their singing ability is in a league of its own. Part III is not without its shortcomings, however. Songs like "I Think" and "Player," two monotonous attempts at romantic ballads, could have been deleted from the album without being missed. To the group's credit, however, Part III is one of the most varied and truly captivating albums that the R&B world has seen in a long time. From beautiful harmonizing to upbeat party pleasers, Part III places the four members of 112 up there with the legends of their genre. --Felicia A. Wilks

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5/5 Peaches and Cream - The Biggest Hit song 112 ever made!
TKitO
You can not say about many albums that they make you want to get up and dance and make you love singing and listening to them.
KCBrian
Overall, all the songs sound really great, even the intro and interludes.
Kasey

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47 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Knyte on April 15, 2001
Format: Audio CD
There are only three tracks from this CD that I actually liked the first time around; they were "Dance With Me", "Peaches & Cream" and "Q, Mike, Slim, Daron". The rest had to grow on me (and it did). I will say this though: I think 'Part III' will be 112's biggest album because it includes surefire hits like "Peaches & Cream", "It's Over Now", and "Still In Love". Anyhow, here is my breakdown - track by track.
1) Intro - Tight. It makes you think this album is going to be the "ish". (5/5)
2) Dance With Me - I love this song...has a clubby feel to it. (5/5)
3) It's Over Now - I'm honestly kind of sick of it now, but it's still a great song... (5/5)
4) Peaches & Cream - I think this will be 112's biggest hit. Ever. (5/5)
5) I Surrender - Great interlude...should have been a complete song. (4/5)
6) Missing You - Here was the first track I didn't like when I first heard it, but now I like it a lot. Should be a single... (4/5)
7) All I Want Is You - Horrible... (1/5)
8) Don't Hate Me - This one is cool. It's a midtempo joint with a midwestern bounce to it, a la Crucial Conflict or Bone Thugs 'N' Harmony. (4/5)
9) Q, Mike, Slim, Daron - This interlude is BANGIN! Why is this only an interlude? Trust me, this track is tight... (5/5)
10) Player - Kinda funny. I like it anyway. (3/5)
11) Sweet Love - This ballad sounds like something from 112's first album, a la "Now That We're Done"...remember that one? (4/5)
12) Smile - Umm...the intro sounds like they're going to sing Sisqo's "Incomplete"...but once you get past that, it's a decent ballad. (3.5/5)
13) Caught Up - I like this one a lot.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Tony_Tone on March 22, 2001
Format: Audio CD
After hits like Only You, Cupid, Love Me, Anywhere.. The fellas of 112 return with their third CD Part III.. On this CD 112 shows great maturity with each release they have gotten better and better.. One of the biggest differences on Part III Compare to the other two CDs this time around they did majority of the written and producing themselves showcasing their writing and producing talents those are truly the best moments on the CD with the songs like the club banger Dance With Me, The current single It's Over Now, One of the best ballads on the Cd in my opinion Missing You this song also showcase Daron's vocal talent, All I Want Is You, Player all these songs are great
Another difference you will notice about Part III their mentor Sean " Puffy Combs took an off hands approach on this CD Puffy's presence is only felt on the song Peaches And Cream which he co-wrote and co-produce.. Other noteworthy tracks on this CD: the R. Kelly produce Do What You Gotta Do one of my true personal favorites , Smile, Dont Hate Me(featuring Twista), I Think
112 has done it again with another great CD pick this up you will be glad you did ..
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J. Highsmith on March 22, 2001
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112 it back again ladies and gentlemen. Just like they did on their previous two CDs, "112" and "Room 112", they are here to give the fans what they want. "Part 3" presents 112 at the best that I have ever seen them all around, but I still think that their 1st disc will always be their best. On this CD, 112 has an all around balance to offer for their fans. You get your fair share of fast songs, midtempo tracks and slow jams. This is the best I have ever heard 112 on the uptempo tracks. They have definitely taken these songs to another level. The 1st single, "It's Over Now" is definitely an example of this. They use the same beat that Mobb Deep used for their 1999 summer smash, "Quiet Storm" and make it a tight r&b song. They also have additional versions on the maxisingle with G Dep, Shyne, and Prodigy of Mobb Deep. Other uptempo songs that are tight are "Dance With Me", "All I Want Is You", and "Peaches And Cream". "Peaches And Cream" should definitely be a single some time in the future. However, 112 also shows what they are known for which are the tight slow songs. Just like they did with "Cupid", "Pleasure And Pain", and "Love You Like I Did", 112 shows that they have no problem making love songs. The R Kelly produced "Do What You Gotta Do", "Smile", "Sweet Love", and my favorite song on the CD, "Player". This song has 112 describing their lifestyle to a female friend and telling the woman that if they ever decide to change their way of living, the first person they would choose would be that female. Overall, this is a well balanced CD. This CD shows 112's maturity and shows that they aren't going anywhere anytime soon. Any fan of their two previous CDs will enjoy this one as well.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By terry unger on March 21, 2001
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ooh yea... 112 has done it again. this time mostly by themselves: writing and producing most of their own stuff. their single "it's over now" is really hype and blowing up all over right now, but you got to check out the rest of the album: "dance with me" will probably be a HOT club tune very soon, and as a dj: I WILL PLAY IT AT THE CLUB. "peaches and cream" is a very smooth track. "still in love" is a wonderful love song. I could go on about the other tracks but the whole CD is damn good. GO AND BUY "112 - PART 3". you will not regret
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