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With an impressive catalog of five albums (alongside 2003's best-selling "Ultimate Collection"), Toni Braxton has built a worldwide base of music lovers since she first burst onto the contemporary music scene in 1991 with "Love Shoulda Brought You Home" (from the soundtrack of the hit movie "Boomerang"). As the "First Lady Of LaFace Records," ... Read more in Amazon's Toni Braxton Store

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  • Audio CD (May 4, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B002VZC9I8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (102 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77,135 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Yesterday
2. Make My Heart
3. Hands Tied
4. Woman
5. If I Have To Wait
6. Lookin' At Me
7. Wardrobe
8. Hero
9. No Way
10. Pulse
11. Why Won't You Love Me

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Next up for Toni Braxton is the release of her new album 'PULSE' on May 4th, 2010. The album will mark Braxton's first studio album in 5 years and her Atlantic Records label debut. The album is shaping up to be Toni s most powerful and personal musical statement to date. Braxton personally chose to collaborate with a veritable who's-who of red-hot producers and songwriters, including Frank E (Madonna, T.I., Plies, Flo Rida), Steve Mac (Leona Lewis, Il Divo), Lucas Secon (Britney Spears, The Pussycat Dolls), Harvey Mason & Oak (Chris Brown, Joe, Mario), Troy Taylor (Trey Songz, Kevin Lyttle), Dapo Torimiro (John Legend, David Archuletta, Brandy), and David Foster (Whitney Houston, Barbra Streisand, Celine Dion). What's more, the album features a guest appearance from Toni's new Atlantic labelmate, R&B/hip-hop sensation Trey Songz, who lends his distinctive vocal stylings to the aforementioned single, 'Yesterday.'

Fans can purchase her single 'Yesterday' as well 'Hands Tied' and 'Make My Heart', two new songs from the upcoming album exclusively at Toni's official website tonibraxton.com

Customer Reviews

One of her best albums to date, this is a personal favorite of mine.
Shirley L.
I flipped through all the songs to see which ones I would want to listen to, and all of them were great, so I bought the album.
Inner Light
The entire album, wrapped around one of the most expressive voices in the business, is a success.
Michael James Leslie

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Inner Light on May 4, 2010
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Toni Braxton has delivered a wonderful album. She is awesome! I flipped through all the songs to see which ones I would want to listen to, and all of them were great, so I bought the album. Not a loser in the bunch.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Michael James Leslie on May 16, 2010
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To be perfectly honest, I had not paid much attention to announcements of Toni Braxton's new album "Pulse." She has experienced so many problems industry and self brought on that it seemed she was in danger of being relegated to the classification of "those how once were." By accident one night I came across the video for "Hands Tied," and was stunned. There before my eyes was the gorgeous Braxton in a hot, sexy video by Billie Woodruff making a successful plea not be forgotten. At 42 she was giving those half her age a run for their money and with a good song. I found myself playing the video continually (there were already 110,000 views). I then downloaded the album and was pleasantly surprised. The entire album, wrapped around one of the most expressive voices in the business, is a success. Such song as the solo version of Yesterday (I did not miss the duet with Trey), Woman, Hands Tied, and the uptempo Make My Heart more than bring Braxton into 2010. Another personal favorite is the sexy "Why Won't You Love Me" (this should be the next single) which demonstrates what made Toni Braxton a star in the first place...is simply sublime. Ye, some will quibble with the attempts to rival such singers as Rihanna, she doesn't need, she is so much better. I am sure this was most likely influenced by record executives. The important thing is her incredible sound which swallows even the marginal songs. If you like her before, this is a must buy.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Michael Kerner HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on May 4, 2010
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It has been a lackluster couple of years with artists not coming out with strong albums. But in R&B, there have been a lot of artists that've charted big back into the mainstream still knowing how to thrive in their music. Sade and Monica have shown that well with their albums that definitely topped the R&B charts. Hopefully, Toni Braxton can be able to duplicate that feat. It has been 5 years since her last album, Libra and a lot of things in her life were very hard for her to go through from a surprising breakup with her husband Keri Lewis to seeing her son Denim embattle autism, all while she had a strong appearance in 2008 on Dancing With The Stars. But with all the things Toni had gone through, she definitely has not stopped with the ambition of good music, and her latest is on the "pulse" of the music scene.

Toni Braxton's latest album Pulse, her first in 5 years and her debut on Atlantic Records, shows that Toni is definitely going back to basics, and delivers a better record than her last 2 records, More Than A Woman and Libra which didn't deliver strongly in the music scene. The songs here are well-written and deliver a strong appeal for die hard Toni fans, as well as newcomers alike. The collection of songs here are strong including Yesterday which she scored well with Trey Songz as a single (but not actually on Pulse,) but Toni has her solo version which is just as striking, as well as her recent singles Make My Heart and Hands Tied, and the intimate songs Woman and the soulful Why Won't You Love Me. Each track feels refreshing from start to finish, and in each not is mostly well worth the wait.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Quicksand on May 4, 2010
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I have been a fan of Toni since the beginning in 1992. I have also watched the music industry change since 2000's The Heat. Looking at her past too albums (Libra and More Than A Woman), they both had great songs on them but they werent great albums, if that makes any sense. Now its 2010 and we have Pulse. After listening to the album for a few hours I feel its a very good album from her, with a few weak spots. Yesterday, Hands Tied and Pulse are stellar and bring to mind the 90's Toni that we all fell in love or cried with. Lush harmonizes, tight production, poetic lyrics, Toni has always been the queen on creating pretty imagery to her music. The uptempo tracks are hit or miss however, Make My Heart works, while Lookin' At Me doesnt work.

The standout track is the closer Why Wont You Love Me. Its a Duet with producer Harvey Mason and its the gem of the album. Toni's voice is perfect for duets with male artist that I wonder why she hasnt done more besides the one's with Babyface and Michael McDonald. This is signature Toni where she (and he) made a sad song sound so sexy its perfect background music for a date.

The biggest problem I have with the album are the tracks that were left out because of internet leaks over the last few months. I completely agree with the other review who said there are some tracks that should have been included instead of some of the ones on Pulse. Clockwork, My Ring, Caught Feat. MoNique, and Not A Chance should have DEFINITELY been on the album. Those 4 songs alone equal Platinum selling album to me! I dont understand why Atlantic Records didnt include those when Wardrobe and Hands Tied were leaked around the same time. Its a very good album but 4 of the best songs arent on the album. B+
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I want the version of "Yesterday" to be the original
it's trey Songz, not trey Lorenz

And Yes, the original is going on the CD

The standard CD will have 11 tracks
Target and iTunes will have 17

12. Yesterday - Trey Songz version
13. stay
14. Rewind - Also on the Wal-mart "yesterday' single
15. the wave
16. caught (Don't take your hat off) -... Read More
Apr 23, 2010 by I'm hungry. feed me |  See all 7 posts
Target and iTunes really need to stop claiming their exclusives are the...
I definitely agree. I was planning on them being the same product also, but unfortunately, it seems like that's not happening. Thank you for sharing, though. I was going to buy it later on in the week and now I'm not going to make such an effort to obtain the deluxe edition, especially since I... Read More
May 4, 2010 by W. E. Phillips |  See all 11 posts
Songs from Pulse
The title track is up and I'm listening to it as I type this. Might be your browser
Apr 6, 2010 by I'm hungry. feed me |  See all 5 posts
track listing
So I guess it seems the original version of "Yesterday" will be on the standard edition of Pulse. I'm pretty happy about that because Trey Songz annoys me a lot and I think he tries too hard to sing. I just visited the Target website, though, and for some reason, they said their deluxe... Read More
Apr 27, 2010 by W. E. Phillips |  See all 10 posts
lets make this album #1...
She is a good singer and songwriter; however, she got absolutely no chance to make Pulse her second #1 album. Why? Well, Godsmack will release their new album, The Oracle, the same day. There is no way that Godsmack won't score their third #1. With that being said. I'm not here to judge anyone,... Read More
Apr 20, 2010 by Jason |  See all 5 posts
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