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Actor, entertainer, musician, film & television producer, fashion designer, entrepreneur and humanitarian Jennifer Lopez has created one of the most successful and well-known brands in entertainment. With an unmatched global appeal, her “Dance Again” world tour has sold over 1 million tickets, her films have brought in over $1.4 billion in worldwide box office receipts, and ... Read more in Amazon's Jennifer Lopez Store

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  • Audio CD (March 1, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B00079GCEC
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (461 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #141,045 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Get Right
2. Step Into My World
3. Hold You Down
4. Whatever You Wanna Do
5. Cherry Pie
6. I Got You
7. Still Around
8. Ride or Die
9. I Love
10. He'll Be Back
11. (Can't Believe) This Is Me
12. Bonus Track: Get Right featuring Fabolous

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Product Description

Love her or loathe her, uber-diva Jennifer Lopez knows how to deliver on record. She understands how to make the most of her limited vocal range, choosing to surround herself with able producers Rodney Jerkins, Timbaland, Big Boi and Cory Rooney, who oversaw Lopez's first album, On the 6. The mix makes Rebirth far more enjoyable than it should be, coasting on midnight-groove ballads and polished dance tracks. Lopez's fourth studio album offers little insight into her much-gossiped-about persona, but it's an undeniably fun ride anyway. A blaring James Brown horn riff drills first single "Get Right" into your head almost immediately, and soon enough, you'll find yourself bopping to the beat. The Middle-Eastern flavor of "Step Into My World" is undeniably seductive, and it's actually enhanced by Lopez's wisp of a voice. "Whatever You Wanna Do" and "Cherry Pie" are solid dance tracks, the kind of grooves Janet Jackson made before she became a Superbowl afterthought. Elsewhere, the album is peppered with R&B ballads, much like Lopez's 2002 opus, This Is Me ... Then. Rebirth is hardly a groundbreaking affair, but it continues to showcase Lopez's skillful trend of producing solid, catchy, R&B-laced records. Nothing here ever sounds forced or canned, and in the world of MTV and radio edits, maybe that does make Lopez a bit of a revolutionary after all. --Joey Guerra

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Customer Reviews

The latter is probably one of the worst pop songs ever released.
Nasser Alqatami
I can't just give it one star because I think she is talented, but I was expecting something more considering the fact the cd is titled "Rebirth".
C. Avery
This is the sort of album song which isn't really worth commenting on, it's not good it's not bad it's just nothing really.
Robbie B

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164 of 196 people found the following review helpful By The Groove on March 2, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Its title to the contrary, Jennifer Lopez's fifth album makes no attempt to change the formula that made her last four records platinum hits: freeze-dried, dance/hip-hop schlock that's high on production and low on originality. With a name like "Rebirth," you'd think Lopez would try something different in an effort to rehabilitate her public image (3 marriages by the age of 35, a string of flop movies, and obnoxiously diva-like behavior). Fat chance. Her latest record is a bust, despite the fact that it has production from some of the biggest names in the business (Timbaland, Rich Harrison, and Rodney Jerkins). They all deliver the beats and hooks as expected, but they do so to conceal two critical flaws: 1) the album's trite lyrics and 2) Lopez's limp, expressionless voice. The kickoff single "Get Right" was a guilty pleasure of mine for a week before its shrill horn sample worked my last nerve. "Cherry Pie" is disposable funk rock; Timbaland's "He'll Be Back" barely registers, and the CD saves the absolute worst for last on the melodramatic "(Can't Believe) This Is Me." To its credit, there are no sappy love ballads like the embarrassing "Dear Ben" from her 2002 release "This Is Me...Then." But there's virtually nothing on here to inspire an enthusiastic thumbs up. "Rebirth" is so simple-minded and juvenile that I can't recommend it to anyone over the age of 12.
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108 of 137 people found the following review helpful By Nasser Alqatami on March 11, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Success in not always a measure of talent when it comes to showbiz. Consider Jennifer Lopez. A multi-million selling persona in different industries from cosmetics to audio, yet she lacks the diligence and talent behind an artist. Even her execs realize that so they rely heavily on image and packaging to market Lopez.

Her ear for hits is so in limbo that she has to copy and steal to achieve chart success. Firstly, she stole the Ja Rule remix idea from Mariah Carey's Glitter by way of Tommy Mottola (Carey's ex-hubby) and released it as a remix of "I'm Real." Now, if you change the melody and the lyrics of a song isn't that a whole other song and not a remix?

Then, more recently, she released a song already recorded by another artist. This time Usher's "Ride" becomes Lopez's "Get Right." The latter is probably one of the worst pop songs ever released. It sounds like an annoying ringtone that never stops. The remix with Fabolous doesn't lose the horrid horns and adds irritation.

Lopez's new album Rebirth is really not what it claims to be. It is better than the vile This Is Me...Then but way down from J.Lo.

Mid-tempo tracks that wouldn't be the light of day if it weren't for Lopez's image like "Step Into My World" and "Hold You Down" featuring Fat Joe are plain and featureless. Even when Lopez tries to muster up some spice with the funk-laden "Whatever You Wanna Do" she falls flat on her face with dreary lyrics and a bleak chorus.

Then the rest of Rebirth relies solely on hype from "I, Love" to "Ryde Or Die." Even when she manages to catch some mid-tempo flow on "I Got U," she loses it from the ghastliness of the record.

To further the painful trip through this effort, J.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Joia's Joy on March 1, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I don't consider myself a fan of Jennifer Lopez but I have checked out her recent work. I would say this album is one of her best since her 1999 release, On the 6. After listening to the leak on MTV, I had to make a review on here for the album.

But I first would like to address, for some (reviewers) to come on here and criticize her for far more than (music)work that is a little unfair. Also, some state that she is the reason why sales are so low.

That's ludacris, the only reason sales are so low today is because people today are too lazy to go out and buy the albums instead they rip (illegally) it from somewhere else or blatantly don't want to spend any money.

In my opinion, if your a Jennifer Lopez fan, you'll love this album. But if you're not a fan, I'm quite sure you'll enjoy it as well. I love 10 of the 12 songs on this album, therefore I gave this album a 4 1/2 stars. I didn't give a 5 because everyone has room for improvement.

Buy the album (a non J-Lofan)
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By special twain on March 19, 2006
Format: Audio CD
It's true, Jennifer Lopez's voice is not very strong... But she and her producers make a good use of it, they know how to hide its weakness. After 2002's This is me then, who could have sold a lot more than the 7 millions copies without the Bennifer thingy, J.lo comes back with "Rebirth" after 2 years of "silence" from the medias...I was well surprised by the quality of the album... And, admit it, she grown up a lot vocally, i believe she will go far if she takes voice lessons, cuz she has potential

The album contains danceable songs (Get Right, Cherry Pie, Whatever You Wanna Do...) which have, unlike her past hits (Play, waiting for tonight, i'm glad) a more "live" vibe to it, with a loud beat and drum-machine. Whatever you wanna do is made by sampling an old track by the Nite-Liters. In this track, she doesn't really sing, it is more of a conversation between her and a male voice (original concept) Cherry Pie sounds like a Janet Jackson or Prince song, it's catchy with the electric guitar who gets even more noisier at the bridge. Get Right has a "loud" effect on the chorus, to make the listener feel as he was at a club. In conclusion, Jen is good for moving dancefloors ...

the album also features ballads such as: I, Love with its cool percussions and non conventional chorus (not the typical I Love you, but I, + sentance, Love + sentance), Ryde Or Die, a cover of Brandy's unreleased, "If I", which is a cool love song, but would have been better without the annoying hip hop beat, and Hold You Down, a mid-tempo with Fat Joe, it is similar to the past hit "All I Have" but with a different message, its hook can easily be memorized, and the song itself sounds like made for weddings...The rapper is still disapointing in it...
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