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Japanese edition of the R&B artist's (now known as Sananda Maitreya) long awaited fifth album, his first since 1995's 'TTD's Vibrator'. 19 tracks in all including the bonus track 'Testify'. 2001.

1. O Divina
2. Designated Fool
3. My Dark Places
4. The Inner Scream
5. SRR-636
6. Drivin Me Crazy
7. Suga Free
8. Shalom
9. Evrythang
10. Love Can You Hear Me
11. Sweetness
12. Reflecting
13. Be Willing
14. Goodbye Diane
15. And They Will Never Know
16. Sayin About You
17. Shadows
18. Benediction-Sugar Ray
19. Testify (Bonus Track)

Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 11, 2001)
  • Original Release Date: 2001
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Avex Trax Japan
  • ASIN: B00005NNU4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,044,443 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This album stays in my CD Player.
Barry
This is creative, authentic, soul music and I am impressed with his voice and song writing ability.
Dirty Aghori
I'm one of TTDs biggest fans and I can definitely say this is an awesome album.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By weapon_h on June 7, 2003
Format: Audio CD
At long last this album sees the light of day commercially in the USA (it's been available on the internet and/or an import for about 2 years in varying forms.) If you're only familiar with TTD (now Sananda Maitreya - loooong story) from "Introducing the Hardline", this is a great starting point to get re-familiarized. The album is TTD's usual effortless blend of rock, funk, soul, pop, and jazz. As usual he writes, produces, and plays most of the instruments himself. His voice is in amazing form throughout, from growling rock yelps to soaring falsetto crooning. Standout tracks include the pop perfection of "O Divina" and "My Dark Places" as well as the jazzy ballad "Shalom". Unlike his previous three albums, there are no "weird" tracks that take several listens to get adjusted to - but for a fan like me, this feels like TTD is pulling his punches just a little bit - I'll take the weirdness, myself. Still, for the diehard fan this definitely stands up to his previous work, and for the casual fan is the perfect reintroduction to the most overlooked musical genius of our time.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Joe Bala on December 23, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Flashback 1987 Terence Trent D'arby (BTW he goes by the name Sananda Maitreya now) His C.D.'s Inroducing the Hardline...(Great funk music), Neither Fish, Nor Flesh (My 2nd favorite), Symphony or Damn (Great mixture of rock, soul and yes country), Vibrator (Great Rock/Soul C.D.) and now 8 years later...Wild Card- The Jokers Edition. Wow! No wonder it took him so long to release a C.D. This is pure perfection and his best work yet. A mixture of diverse music. So candid! 19 songs of pure soul music at it's Greatest! Outshines anything that is out there now. Truly a piece or ART! I've seen him perform live 4 times now, By the way i recently saw him at B.B. Kings (NYC) this summer 2003 and his voice is still incredible! Don't miss out on this C.D. release you won't be sorry! Check out his Official Website...
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Keating on June 3, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is an amazing album.
Terence Trent D'arby or as he is now known Sananda Maitreya is a musical mastermind. Each song on this album has a depth and sound unlike any other performer. He mixes funk, rock, soul and spirituality in ways that not even Prince can match.
If your a fan of TTD this album is for you. If your not yet a fan, you will be after you listen to this music unfiltered my the middle man-record industry... Honestly this is his best album ever. Buy this album and you will not be dissapointed. Stand out tracks are the funky sexy "Designated Fool". The soul searching of "MY Dark Places", the beautiful "What Shall I Do" and the unforgetable "Sayin About YOu"...."I met TTD at his BB Kings Show In NYC and hung with him for about an hour...NOt only is he extremely humble and cool, but he is an amazing performer.....
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By halax64 on July 30, 2003
Format: Audio CD
TTD is back. I'm struggling with the thought that this latest offering by TTD might be better than ...Hardline. The voice is as dynamic as ever but with a more definitive edge if that's possible. It's unfortunate that we may never hear this incredible cd on the radio or see a video on MTV, BET, or VH1. Mavericks don't get to play with the other horses. I will not rate any songs because they are all of equal strength. If you like rock, R & B, Urban, or Cool-Out music you won't be lost on this CD. This will be the best CD you never heard. Get this one today.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A. Owen on December 1, 2001
Format: Audio CD
It has been some years since Terence Trent D'arby burst onto our TV screens and Hifi's in 1987, and even longer it seems since any mew material has surfaced from this talented artist.
Wild Card TTD's/Sananda's fifth album and official follow up to 1995's Vibrator, and the first to be released on his own label, was recorded in 1998, and after much deliberation finally gets the light of day on cd.
The album as expected, is as diverse musically as previous albums by the artist but also shows signs of experimentation in style and content.
Over the 19 tracks included here, TTD again shows his range, both vocally and musically, gracing the album with jazz,pop,funk and rock songs brought to stunning life with that voice.
Unlike Symphony Or Damn TTD's pinnacle third album, Wild card is dominated by songs using programmed drumbeats and stripped down production, which at times is masterful and at others plodding, meaning that whilst it doesn't quite match Symphonys' scope and vision it does contain some of his finest compositions.
O'Davina the opening track, is probably TTD's/Sananda's best opener to any of his albums, a jazzy, beautiful pop song with great horns and vocal harmonies. He has also remained faithful to the unfashionable banjo used so often in his past work.
Designated Fool is a welcome departure for TTD, with programmed beats ,wah wah guitars and keyboards.
Suga Free is also unfamiliar ground, but TTD makes this song his own with a great vocal and excellent harmonies, courtesy of one Mozart sample.
Ev'rythang and Drivin' me Crazy builds on a heavier, more dance orientated feel, keyboard synths and pulsating drum loops in full effect as TTD bellows out that voice.
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