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  • Audio CD (June 17, 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epic
  • ASIN: B00KINIPI8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,047 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Nse Ette TOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 17, 2014
Format: Audio CD
Mary J. Blige's 12th album is the soundtrack to the movie "Think Like A Man Too".

It opens with a cover of Shalamar's "A Night To Remember" which largely stays true to the original. Keeping the tempo up is "Vegas Nights" (featuring The Dream) which name checks James Brown, Lionel Richie and Marvin Gaye. "Moment Of Love" is a midtempo groove where she quotes Diana Ross "I'm coming out". The brilliant bouncy "See That Boy Again" features bubbly bass and man of the moment Pharrell and is vaguely reminiscent of Stevie Wonder ("Another Star"); my favourite. Keeping the tempo up are "Wonderful" and "Cargo" (the latter with pulsing bass). "Kiss And Make Up" is a passionate ballad with skittery beat breaks.

"Suitcase" is a lovely synth ballad. "I Want You" isn't a remake of the Marvin Gaye classic but a soulful ballad with shades of Shuggie Otis. Other beautiful ballads are "Self Love", "Power Back", "All Fun And Games", "Better" (where she tells us "What you don't know won't hurt you"), and the Gospel-tinged Propose".
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Uwe on July 1, 2014
Format: Audio CD
Musically this cd is average at best. My problem with it is that it's called a soundtrack! I saw the movie and didn't hear any of these songs performed by Mary.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By James L. Mason on July 2, 2014
Format: Audio CD
I have been a Mary J. fan for YEARS and her music is very consistent. This album is not her best and honestly not really memorable and that's rare for me to say that for a MJB fan! But it doesn't really showcase the best she has to offer. The production is not that great but the messages are there, which is what Mary is all about. I wasn't feeling her first single "Suitcase" much at all and also "I Want You" and "All Fun and Games".

Top 5:

5. Better - I like this one because its not as overproduced as the other songs and the message sticks out more.

4. Wonderful - I love the throwback 80s sound. Reminds me of Raheem DeVaughn's - "Wrong Forever"

3. See That Boy Again - Like the old school sound of this one. Its fun and it sounds like a follow up to her "Till The Morning" from Growing Pains.

2. Moment of Love - This is a different sound for Mary, its very laid back party song but its addictive.

1. A Night To Remember - An awesome song, its fun and its hard to not dance to it. Very classic old school sound.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joseph N. Flowers Jr. on June 29, 2014
Format: Audio CD
To be honest, this album is only disappointing to me because few people know about, it almost feels like wasted music. This isn't a studio album for Mary so not much promotion was done. Some of the songs on here make for some of the best R&B in the past 5 years and there is little to no promotion on it. The singles don't do this album justice, they are good but they don't represent the quality of music on this album. "Wonderful" sounds like a #1 hit from 1995 but with a style and texture that would make it a hit today. The beat is reminiscent to beats made popular by SWV in the 90's. Mary's voice at times will bring you back to What's the 411? on the higher notes and Janet Jackson on the lower notes when she sings "I never, I never, I never, never" you realize that the sound of one of the greatest musical decades ever, is still alive and thriving in this one person. Songs like "Power Back" and "Self Love" are sure hits today were she adds her soothing tones to music that Drake would probably kill to have or feature on. "I Want You" is a daring force where Mary basically declares I don't care how I sound "I WANT YOU!" and I don't care who knows it, I don't care if I don't hit all of the notes I'm gonna get my man, lol. All together this makes for such a great album that it actually improves an already EPIC catalog by Blige. Let's hope more people bother to notice.
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Mary J. Blige and soundtracks are certainly no stranger to each other. After all, that is how she got her breakthrough in the music industry. In 1991, she appeared on the soundtrack to the corporate comedy "Strictly Business"- a film that starred "The Cosby Show" regular Joesph C. Phillips, "In Living Color" alum Tommy Davidson and a then-unknown Halle Berry. It was there she would record her now-classic debut single "You Remind Me". She didn't stop there with soundtrack appearances- just a mere two years later, she wound up on the soundtrack to the Ted Demme film "Who's The Man?" with the song "You Don't Have To Worry". She then appeared on the "New York Undercover" soundtrack with a cover of Aretha Franklin's "(You Make Me Feel Like A) Natural Woman". That same year, she delivered what became her biggest soundtrack hit to date- the Babyface composition "Not Gon' Cry" from the motion picture "Waiting To Exhale". Over the next several years, Blige would record songs for several films. However, up until this point, she has never done an entire soundtrack to a film...that is until now. After the success of the ensemble driven film "Think Like A Man", Sony Pictures gave the green light for a sequel. Epic Records president L.A. Reid personally asked Blige to do the music for the film. As such, she went ahead and recorded what became her first soundtrack outing and eleventh studio album, "Think Like A Man Too".

On this new album, Blige reunites with several familiar names on the production front. Producers she worked with on this album include hitmakers such as Rodney Jerkins, Pharrell Williams, Jerry "Wonda" Duplessis and Tricky Stewart.
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