TP-2.com

October 15, 2002 | Format: MP3

$9.99
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: July 1, 2003
  • Release Date: July 1, 2003
  • Label: Jive
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  • Total Length: 1:17:46
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  • ASIN: B001BIOMG8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (254 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,682 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

Every song is good, so i dont think i can really say much about any songs in particular.
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He also gives you a song of remembrance for love ones that were lost with " I wish" and "To all the homies that were lost ( I wish remix)".
musicalsoul
I reccomend this album to anyone who appreciates really good music thats fun to listen to.
"gemini_j"

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By "gemini_j" on December 11, 2000
Format: Audio CD
R Kelly wows the fans once again with his newest effort titled TP-2.com (remember 1993's 12 Play? Think of this as part two). Once again he proves (although not intentionally) that he is the most talented male R&B artist. He wrote, arranged, and produced all 19 tracks.
The CD starts off with the sexy TP-2.com with a jumpin groove that will make you dance. Strip For You is a little of a twist, about a male singing to the woman, offering to strip for her for a change, a nice slinky R&B soul song. R&B Thug is one of the more R&B flavored tracks. The Greatest Sex, I Dont Mean it follow. Just Like That is a sexy ballad, and Like A Real Freak is a fun song. Fiesta is a nice song as well.
The tracks continue, after an interlude titled The Real R. Kelly, the ballads continue with One Me, and the well known first single I Wish. Some highlights include A Woman's Threat and I Mean (I Dont Mean It). There is also an I Wish Remix (To All The Homies That We Lost) which is nice. The album closes with the I Believe I Can Fly like The Storm is Over Now, which is a great album closer.
I reccomend this album to anyone who appreciates really good music thats fun to listen to.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Tony_Tone on November 8, 2000
Format: Audio CD
After droppin 4 albums his sensational debut Born In To The 90's his ground breaking 12 Play,his most personal CD R.Kelly. And 1998 's very entertaining but uneven double Cd R.. He comes back with his 5th and his best album of his career.. Yes it's even better then what i felt was his best up to this point 12 Play .. Mr. Kelly returns back to the 12 Play form that garn him major success that is no more evident then on such songs like A Strip For You , Like A Real Freak, One Me, Dont You Say No, One Me, Feelin On Yo Booty all these songs should keep long time R.Kelly fans satisfied.. But R have other things on his mind as well that is certainly evident on what i think is the best song on the album I Decided the song deals with making a committment and staying with it.. This is a great song one of the best songs he has written.. Other highlights on a great CD
The Greatest Sex the title of this song is actually misleading The song isnt what title suggest.. It's a very romantic song
R&B Thug , I Dont Mean It , I Wish, A Woman's Threat, All I Really Want, The Storm Is Over , I Wish(To The Homies That We Lost remix)
All These songs are some of his best work to date.. If you are a true R.Kelly you will make sure that this is in your collection
You will be glad that you did!!
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35 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Francisco Pérez on November 19, 2000
Format: Audio CD
R. Kelly (the man behind gems like "If I Could Turn Back The Hands Of Time" and "Bad Man") is finally back with TP-2.COM (Twelve Play 2000). Frankly, it's a masterpiece. THE best album I own. If you compare this producer, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, arranger and Grammy award-winner with Marvin Gaye or Otis, in my opinion R. Kelly outdoes them. This album gives proof of his enormous talent. Every song is a pearl. The album's main theme is sex, love and relationships. Kelly makes you go on a TwelvePlay-ride. Like Prince, Kelly isn't shy when he means that sex is the best experience there is.
Two incredible and heartbreaking songs are dedicated to his mother Joanne ("I Wish")and his homies that were lost ("I Wish - remix").On both songs, who are musically different, the guitars are playing wonderfully, strings in the background, and a singing choir, and of course R. Kelly's lovely voice. On "A Woman's Threat", my personal favourite, he explains what you'll be missing and what is going to happen if you treat your woman badly. While the piano and strings plays, he sings about the story about the three little bears.
The seductive "The Greatest Sex" has a perfect Rome & Juliet-theme when he sings: "From beyond this bed of mine I see/ Silvern fence with you on top of me/ And the windowblinds are filled with rays of sun/ And all your secret fantasies thy will be done/ And inside of your walls there were dwell of capricorn/ If we keep this up a lovechild will be born".
The forgiving "I Don't Mean It" is great, the fantastic emotion-explaining "Just Like That", the new party song "Fiesta"... well I can go on and on. ALL songs are excellent.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By I.B. on November 7, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This new one from R. Kelly is another tight cd. There is not too much that is new here. Its a combination of the stuff he did on the 12 play album and his last album Rated R. Anyone who likes R. Kellys music should check this one out. The songs I think stand out R: 2,3,5,7,8,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18. If you expect to hear something new that will set him apart from stuff he did in the past then this isnt for you, but if you just want to hear something new from kelly with something extra added then this is it.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Knyte on January 22, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I wish to give R.Kelly his props. Vocally, he's been compared to Charlie Wilson of the Gap Band, and Aaron Hall of Guy, but he's truly grown into his own man. I'd even go as far as saying that R. Kelly is the reigning King of R&B. He's done a whole lot in his over 10 years in the business. Let me give you a brief summary of his achievements.
On his first album with the Public Announcement, he gave us "She's Got That Vibe", the now classic "Honey Love", and "Slow Dance". He produced tracks for Hi-Five on the side. Then in 1993 he dropped his real debut, '12-Play' with "Bump and Grind", "Sex Me" and my personal R.Kelly favorite, "My Body's Callin"...that's just the first half of his illustrious career.
He introduced us to the exquisitely sensuous Aaliyah (and I'll leave that at that). Then he did a killer remix of Janet's "Anytime Anyplace", wrote Michael Jackson's "You Are Not Alone", and released a third album with cuts like "You Remind Me Of Something" and the unforgettable song and video "Down Low". Then he worked with the Isley brothers, Mary J. Blige and Toni Braxton. In the fall of 1996 he released "I Believe I Can Fly" from the Space Jam soundtrack, which won 3 Grammys.
Then he released the 'R' album in 1998, a double CD that used elements of the '12 Play' cover art. I'll say it here: In my opinion, R. Kelly's best albums are '12 Play' and 'R'. This album included "Home Alone" (the jam - trust me), "When A Woman's Fed Up", (nice) "Half On A Baby", (this one is Marvin Gay-esque) and countless other tracks including "If I Could Turn Back The Hands Of Time" and "I'll Be Your Angel" with Celine Dion.
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