Sneakin' Out

February 24, 2009 | Format: MP3

$8.91
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: December 6, 2005
  • Release Date: December 6, 2005
  • Label: Rhino Atlantic
  • Copyright: 1982 Atlantic Recording Corp.
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  • Total Length: 40:58
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  • ASIN: B001TXTV9S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,461 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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And you can find it in every song she sings.
Eduardo Silva
This album, produced by the great Narada Michael Walden who worked on all of Stacy's initial releases is one of the best r&b albums of the 80's.
Geminigirl
Old time sing-a-long music that you can actually understand the words.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Garby Gable on August 6, 2009
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"Sneakin' Out" was recorded under Cotillion Records, where she recorded her first album "Young & In Love," and it peaked at #55 U.S. Pop and #11 U.S. R&B. The album opens with a strong dance tune penned with the same name as the album. The footsteps one hears in the beginning of the song lends the illusion of someone sneaking out of a room; very clever. "Guys Like You Give Love A Bad Name" was a dance song with a message, and such a strong one at that for such a young 16 year old. Track #3 "Memories" is a very pretty song and one of my favorites. This is classic Stacy at her finest and is what made her so sensational. Followed by "Tonight I'm Gonna Make You Mine," is a catchy dance tune reminding me of the type of music I used to dance to back in the early 80's. "Hey There Lonely Boy" peaked at #71 on the U.S. R&B, and not bad for a cover which had previously been done by more mature artists. In any event, this tune received a lot of radio play and forever will be associated with Stacy Lattisaw.

"Don't Throw It All Awway," was another popular favorite and as Stacy sings you can hear the pleading and strength in her voice. Her age belied her emotions, and this song peaked at #9 on the U.S. R&B. One might say that "Attack of the Name Game" was one of the earliest attempts on rap and making it mainstream it peaked at #70 on U.S. Pop and #14 on the U.S. R&B. Although not one of my favorites at the time, it has slowly grown on me over the years and I never tire of hearing it. If you listen carefully you can hear her brother on this song too. I always liked "I'm Down For You" because at the time it came out it, it sounded so cool, but now I can say with maturity that it has a great melody, catchy rhythm and sweet words.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Steven M. Dwyer on February 21, 2006
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old R & B at its best. I havent seen this album as in a record in years and its finally back. I remember i was looking for it on Cd way back in 1994 but the Cd didnt exist, yet. i even called up Atlantic recording at the time. When this album came out it was 1982 and this girl was still singing. my father had the album but i wanted it on a Cd. went everywhere looking around

Stacy Lattisaw has a great voice. Sneakin out is a great song, high pitched voice. i know she had talent . Hey there Lonely Boy, done well. Attack of the name Game is fun, Synthesizers exist in this tune. little rappish in there, nothing crazy of course a new idea maybe too. I know Blondie had Rapture. Memories the song was good, IT was a B side on a 45rm to Love on A Way Street. Dont throw it all Away a great hit, Sang well by Stacy , Guys like you give love a bad name, done well as i remembered it. tonight im gonna make you mine i give 4 stars. the album only has 9 songs on it but its well worth it , pick it up if you love Oldies, or old R & B from this time period, welcome back Stacy Lattisaw! although she doesnt sing in music business anymore i beleive.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By MizKyGirl on April 27, 2009
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"Sneakin Out" is a cute, upbeat album and one of my favorite Stacy albums. Here is my review on this wonderful album:

1.) Sneakin' Out: Good, funky song. I like the part where the little boy says, "Ooh, Stacy, I'mma tell Mama."
2.) Guys Like You (Give Love a Bad Name): Cute song with a nice catchy melody. One of my favorite songs off the album.
3.) Memories: Sweet, precious ballad and Stacy sounds absolutely beautiful on this song.
4.) Tonight I'm Gonna Make You Mine: Cool, upbeat song to dance to.
5.) Hey There Lonely Boy: Stacy's remake of this classic song is wonderful.
6.) Don't Throw it All Away: Another good ballad off this album with Stacy's wonderful voice.
7.) Attack of the Name Game: Cute, upbeat song that was later sampled by Mariah Carey on her "Heartbreaker" song. I thought the little alien voice on the song was kinda cute.
8. I'm Down For You: Another upbeat funky song with that's fun to dance to.
9. I Could Love You So Divine: My favorite song off this album. It's so sweet and soulful. Stacy sounds wonderful!!

If you're a Stacy fanatic, this album's for you!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Geminigirl on May 7, 2006
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Before we had Brandy, Monica & Aaliyah we had the inimitable, Stacy Lattisaw!! I grew up listening to this girl and could not believe the voice coming out of a 13/14 year old girl. I happily bought her greatest hits cd but it doesn't include one of my favorite ballads - I COULD LOVE YOU SO DIVINE.

Her rendition of this song still sends chills up my spine & makes me wish I could sing as well as she can. This ballad as well as all of the other great ballads of hers are not too old or too mature for her - they all possess a sweet innocense that is indeed lost on the teen singers of today's music biz.

This album, produced by the great Narada Michael Walden who worked on all of Stacy's initial releases is one of the best r&b albums of the 80's. Stacy Lattisaw's voice is indeed missed in the music world but at least we are able to relive the magic of her voice through the re-release of her albums. If you can get your hands on this disc, ENJOY!!
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By todd rich on February 21, 2008
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Wow ! Stacy Lattisaw. Man , did I have a crush on her. Then again , if you were a black male between ages 9 and 16 , in 1982 , you probably did as well. Okay enough of that.
This is a phenominal throwback album. Or I should say cd , for the young folk. You see , I remember longing for this album , so I cleaned up the house and did every chore just for the chance to go to the local record store ( The Record Bar ) and buy this LP. Once I got it home , I wore out the grooves. And even as I write this review , it takes me back to when songs were written for the fans and not for airplay. With that personal footnote :
1982's " Sneakin Out " is a wonderful collection of versatile songs performed by then-teenage artist and R/B sensation, Stacy Lattisaw. Although this was her fourth album , it has demonstrative tunes that capture the essence of her vocal abilities and exhibited her appeal to thousands of fans. Combined with power house music producer Narada Micheal , Stacy Lattisaw continued to conquer top R/B status as well as crossover into the pop mainstream. Despite the complexities , " Sneakin Out " remains an innocent album that exposes the child like qualities of this talented artist with songs like " Attack of the Name Game " ( reached # 14 on R/B charts 1982 ) as well as provides glimpses of a maturing artist with cuts like " Don't Throw It All Away " ( reached # 9 on R/B charts 1982 ) and " Memories ". In this time of pop culture that insists that artists record and sing mindless songs of sex overlapped with loud beats , this is a wonderful and well apprecited album. Or I should say CD for the young folk.
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