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Macy Gray expresses a rare honesty and warmth with her voice.
There are definitely some weird clunkers on this album, but the great songs -- especially Psychopath, Boo, Sexual Revolution -- are get up and dance good.
I was dissappointed to see this album has not been selling as well as I thought it would...I hope this work of art does not get ignored.
Bravo Bravo Macy! You did it again , you proved that you can make a great album that is better than your first. So many great tracks , that I can't name any as my favorites.Published 14 months ago by chase o'malley
Sure, Macy Gray doesn't have a traditional singing voice...but in terms of making an impact, this album gets all five stars. Read morePublished on May 28, 2011 by ILikeAmazon
I was about 12 when Macy Gray's I Try hit the airwaves back in early 2000. I was more into No Doubt and the pop scene (I was a tween after all), but I kinda liked the song and... Read morePublished on April 29, 2011 by rmcrae
One just knew from her debut that as Macy Gray progressed in her career her music was going to become less rather than more commercially viable. Read morePublished on March 1, 2011 by Andre S. Grindle
I was late to purchase this CD. I started my Macy collection with Big (5 stars) and decided to keep it going. I'm glad I did. I really like this CD. Read morePublished on March 24, 2008 by M. Harris
I hear George Clinton's Parliament and Prince, maybe even a touch of the Beatles here - but most of all I hear Macy Gray. Respect Sister!!! You're real. Read morePublished on June 26, 2007 by D. Bieler
Well... at least the album has a fitting title.
In the liner notes, 'the id' is defined as the actions one does before thinking. That perfectly describes this album. Read more
This CD is genious. It was so underated and unexcepted because pop radio refused to play it. Everyone thought Macy was a pop princess after the success of her first CD and single... Read morePublished on November 10, 2006 by Jarrod S. Adams
When I first heard Macy Gray's voice, I feared that the mass public would jump on her bandwagon because of her unique vocal styling then dump her by her second disc. Read morePublished on December 26, 2005 by Geminigirl