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  • Audio CD (April 27, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Marro Records
  • ASIN: B00020BN0O
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #353,275 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. I Do Me
2. How You Do
3. In Love With Me
4. I'm Leaving
5. Gotta Man
6. Who The Hell Are You
7. HIM
8. I Told You So
9. Hell No
10. Don't Be Mad
11. F.U.R.B. (F U Right Back)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Rupert on September 23, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Now, I think the Frankee versus Eamon thing is really stupid. A lot of the men unsurprisingly sided with Eamon, while the ladies chose Frankee. I'M not picking a side, however. I'll just be truthful and tell it like it is: both of those songs suck. But Frankee's album IS actually a little better than Eamon's, but that's only because Frankee can actually sing -- well, sometimes she can.

Looking at this album, The Good - The Bad - The Ugly, I think I'll break down my review that way. First, the good: as I said before, Frankee does have a nice voice. But it would be better if she used her voice to deliver more interesting lyrics (more on that later). Also, sometimes her background singers' off-key vocals bring things down, like on "Who the Hell Are You".

Now, the bad: the production and song structure. Mostly produced by Trackmasters, there are obviously going to be some samples, but a lot of them are too obvious, like in the aforementioned "Who the Hell Are You". There's also "In Love With Me", which is a blatant rip-off of Destiny's Child's "No, No, No Part 2". But the lyrics in that song aren't that great either ("I'm in love with me"???). Then there's "Gotta Man", which is based on Positive K's "I Got a Man", except that now there's some Jay-Z wannabe doing Positive K's part in the chorus.

Finally, the ugly: when Frankee talks about revenge, things aren't impressive AT ALL. "Hell No" is generic, and "Don't Be Mad" seems to be riding on some Waiting to Exhale-style crap. And you already know how I feel about "F.U.R.B."

This gimmick that Frankee is doing was fun while it lasted, but she'd better get serious if she wants to see her career survive. It looks like Eamon got the last laugh anyway, considering his album went gold (I don't know WHY, though). All in all, if I'm chillin' somewhere and someone puts this album on, in the words of track 4, "I'm Leaving."

Anthony Rupert
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 14, 2004
Format: Audio CD
After hearing this album, my ears needed to be checked. I've heard better songs in elevators. The only reason she is 'famous' is because of Eamons song, no other reason. Even so that song, 'F.U.R.B' is terrible, lyrics are just strung together to keep a rhyme going, its like a child trying to write poetry. The only thing she possesses is some writing skill, one or two of the tracks she didnt write are good in so far as their meaning, tune and lyrics however Frankee's vocals are rotten and she needs to keep her mouth shut. I really do not recommend this to anybody. Better off jamming in a lift!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Forest Law on May 13, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Is Frankee a unique talent in the recording industry? No. Does Frankee possess one iota of creativity or originality? No. Did Frankee record an album full of wretched, meaningless pop-R&B with lunkheaded lyrics, dated arrangements and lackluster vocals? Absolutely! There's nothing here that you will find that hasn't already been done a million times, from the cheesecake photo on the cover to the lame attempts at shock value in the lyrics. Frankee is trying to put forth a similar style to her "ex-boyfriend" (yeah, right) Eamon, and more or less falls flat on her face. If you've heard "F.U.R.B.", the rest of the album is as unimaginative as that track.
In summary: There are plenty of talented artists out there, struggling to get noticed - they just haven't been blessed with the good luck that Frankee has. I recommend you pass on this album and look elsewhere.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Miss Franki on January 26, 2005
Format: Audio CD
At first I wasn't really into this girl but somehow some of her songs have grown on me.

'I Told You So'-is a very nice song that you can almost tell that Mariah Carey was an influence on this girl.

'Don't Be Mad'-very edgy and angry.

'How You Do'-Great dance song. I see this song being played in nightclubs. Very Summery.

'Hell No'-Again another edgy song with angry lyrics.

There are a couple of songs that are a bit weak on the album but overall it's a pretty ok debut album.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jayson J. on April 24, 2005
Format: Audio CD
"F.U.R.B," is a song that I will never forget. I heard Eamon's "F*ck It (Don't Want You Back)," and found it to be very daunting and disrespectful, so when Frankee released a come back song, I was relieved. Finally, a female speaking her mind, and swearing like a sailor in the process; Proving that restoring a bruised ego and dishing dirt is a co-ed sport. From the sound of the lead single I thought Frankee had a nice voice, and though the lyrics weren't that great, they kept my attention. I bought the album in hopes of hearing the young woman show listeners exactly what she was capable of, but to my dismay, I didn't get exactly what I was hoping for.

Frankee's voice is easy on the ears, in deed, but it doesn't really do much. Don't mistake what I am saying. She can build up your feelings as she sings, but there is never a climax. She never belts from the heart which is the only way to get your feelings across to the listeners, and her ad libs aren't any better.

Lyrically, there are a few songs that could be considered somewhat impressive, but the majority of the lyrics are boring and predictable. Music-wise, several of the tracks are sampled, and over all production falls somewhere between all right and horrible. The songs in general aren't very intriguing in any way shape or form. Out of the entire album, I found only four songs to be tolerable, aside from "F.U.R.B."

"How You Do," is a nice, up-tempo song that was a second single but went nowhere. It's original, but nothing that will catch your attention and hold it. "I'm Leaving," the best song on the album in my opinion, sounds like a ballad, but is not. She builds you up only to let you down once you realize that her climax is a less than poignant moan that lasts a few seconds.
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