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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • ASIN: B00004U8CW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,292,004 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Customer Reviews

Lisa Lisa has such a sweet voice on all the songs.
Preston
How the memories of getting in shape and jamming to them in the club during my military days brought back soooooooo many GREAT memories.
Girlfriend
My favorite songs are Head to Toe and I Wonder If I Take You Home.
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Aaron on April 14, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Anyone who is familiar with mid/ late 80's pop has got to remember Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam and the great jams they cranked out. All of the big ones are here. You get both of their fabulous #1 hits. "Head To Toe" starts out like a Supremes song and then takes off with a terrific catchy chorus *instantly recognizable.* "Lost In Emotion" was the other #1 and is just as great. Then you have the slow song "All Cried Out" which is beautiful and although Lisa Lisa comes off as sort of whiny, it justifies the song so it's forgivable. "Youuuuuu you leave me so confuuuused, now I'm all cried out...over you." An 80's slow jam classic. Plus, you get the great free-style dance jams that put them on the map in the first place. Who can forget "I Wonder If I Take You Home" or one of my faves "Can You Feel the Beat." A MUST buy for 80's music fans. I don't care what people say about the 80's. Free-style dance music like Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam is awesome and music just isn't made this fun anymore. If you like this, I also recommend music by Expose and Debbie Gibson. Ear candy to help you forget about your troubles!
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer on March 21, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I got laughed at by the saleslady for buying this album. She looked at me as if, "What is this teenager doing buying a Lisa Lisa album?". I didn't care because I had grown up listening to Lisa Lisa on the radio when she was singing "Head To Toe" and plus I really liked her other hits like "I Wonder If I Take You Home" and "All Cried Out" so it was something I was willing to shell out cash for. I love this album because the music is pretty orginal, Lisa Lisa has a style that is unbeatable, the lyrics are catchy and those breakdancing beats are really danceable. My fave track has to be "I Wonder If I Take You Home" but I like the classics like "All Cried Out", "Head To Toe", "Lost In Emotion" and "Can You Feel The Beat". I also liked "Let The Beat Hit 'Em" and "Something 'Bout Love". This is the perfect dance album and one that you can play at parties, it's one of my personal faves and I recommend that anybody should buy this album and don't be afraid to just because it's old school! :)
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Eric Smith on April 6, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Lisa Lisa is the BOMB! I remember back in the day when they had jams like these that got your head bobbin in the car. They really owed a lot to older motown bands as their music sounds something from The Four Tops and Supremes...however they incorporated mid-late 80's style into their music (notice the cool synthesizers). The best songs have got to be "All Cried Out", "Head To Toe" and my favorite of ALL "Lost In Emotion." Lisa Lisa is and will always be BEST in the old school catagory. It brings back so many memories I Just LOVE IT! Way to go guys (and gal) !!!!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Vincent M. Mastronardi on July 22, 2000
Format: Audio CD
The queen of Latin Hip-hop soul, Lisa Lisa shines on this set of big eighties pop hits with her crew Cult Jam. The songs for the most part are all upbeat dance gems that are very influential (ask Jennifer Lopez or even Janet Jackson for the matter) and full of great beats. The set really hits is stride with ahead of their time early tracks like "Can You Feel The Beat" and "I Wonder If I Take You Home" which prove that the Latin grooves can make great dance music and are brightly vivid songs about young love. These tracks make some of the best pop around now very seem lacking. Big hits like "Head To Toe" and the sweet "Lost In Emotion" is excellent modern mid eighties pop productions with a little soul influence in the vocals. Pure magic on CD these songs are. Prom classic "All Cried Out" is a lot more innocent on here than the over produced Allure version ever could try to be. "Someone To Love Me For Me" is very beautiful. "Let The Beat Hit "Em" is a powerful club hit from the likes of Clivilles and Cole. Basically the rest of the set leads astray with the lame R&B of "Something About Love" and an unnecessary Full Force feature "U Never Knew How Good U Had It". The set is excellent but the weak songs drag it down ("Little Jackie..." is iffy pop, but cute), but I think we can credit Full Force with blessing us with this set of dance gems that are as good now as they were in the mid eighties.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Preston on September 11, 2005
Format: Audio CD
What has made Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam one of my favorite groups of the '80s is how they handled and paced their music career with the hits they had from four albums on Columbia. They were a hit the first time I heard them. I still love I Wonder If I Take You Home and All Cried Out is still a classic ballad. Lost In Emotion and Head to Toe smartly clash Motown soul with the 1987 sound. And what a shift from Full Force, who produced many of their hits to Cole and Clivilles of C+C Music Factory, who did the rollicking Let The Beat Hit Em from '91! Their '89 effort was okay, but lacked the bang of the others. Lisa Lisa has such a sweet voice on all the songs. She strongly matured a lot in the four albums and this collection does a good job in acknowledging their music career. The other two members were good in their singing and playing the music on the songs. They did some more albums in the '90s, but none can match what's on this compilation. A good introduction to those who like their '80s music a little more funky.
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