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Evolution of Robin Thicke Deluxe Edition

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NOTE: This deluxe edition features a ringtone of "Lost Without U," an autographed poster, and cell-phone wallpaper.

The Evolution of Robin Thicke is the second solo album from the critically acclaimed, Grammy award winning songwriter and producer of records for such artists as Michael Jackson and Christina Aguilera. The album is a timeless work of art. With a voice of purity, passion and soulfulness, Robin brings to life the stories and emotions of the last two years of his life.

The album is filled with incandescent magic. It is an album that tells the tales of love, loss, temptation, redemption and finding hope when all the odds are against you. "My greatest desire with this album was to write songs that were completely honest and sing them with the emotion I was feeling when I wrote them, so that whoever listens to my music is brought as close to my experiences and life as possible."

Reflective, redemptive, passionate and etched with a soulfulness that is undeniable, The Evolution of Robin Thicke is an imaginative and heart-felt album that you cannot help but be moved by, bob your head to and smile throughout.

FEATURING GUEST APPEARANCES BY Faith Evans, Pharrell, and Lil' Wayne PRODUCTION BY The Neptunes

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R&B with tempo: Justin Timberlake resurrected it, and it's proving way more influential than that other lost commodity--sexy--he claimed to be bringing back in 2006 on FutureSex/LoveSounds. Timberlake is to Robin Thicke what 'N Sync and Backstreet Boys were to a band like O-Town, in fact: he pretty much made it all possible. But even though it took one blue-eyed soulster with a hot look and an achy falsetto to bang down the door for another, Thicke presents a convincing case here that he had the goods to get us grooving all along: Evolution is a classy disc that tiptoes up to its listeners, first with an elegant duet with Faith Evans ("Got 2 Be Down"), next with a slick lament that wouldn't sound out of place on a Boyz II Men disc ("Complicated"), and then with a sweet plea that commands a finger-snap ("Would That Make U Love Me"). By the time we reach the long, sweeping lullaby that is the final track, "Angels," we've also had a taste of Thicke's swaggering side ("I Need Love," "Cocaine"), his hip-hop loving side ("All Night Long" and "Shooter," both with Lil Wayne), and the side that fantasizes about 1950s Latin ballrooms ("Everything I Can't Have," a hot tamale of a number that commands a visual if ever there was one: it's impossible to hear this song without imagining a raven-haired woman with a red rose between her teeth). Despite the range of moods on display, they're all in service to Thicke's inner R&B smoothie, and they all brush up against the ear with something like affection. Hard as it will be for listeners of a certain age to get past knowing that Thicke is the son of Alan Thicke, the actor who did his part to cheese up 1980s TV with the sitcom Growing Pains, they're going to have to: with his fan base swelling by the second, the evolution of Robin Thicke is going to be a deservedly loud one. --Tammy La Gorce
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 8, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Deluxe Edition
  • Label: Interscope
  • ASIN: B000M8NMV4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (398 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,500 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I was first introudced to Robin Thicke when I heard a track entitled "When I Get You Alone". The track was pretty good, but to be honest with you, it wasn't enough to make me purchase the CD. I eventually purchased the CD, but to be honest with you again, is still has the wrapper on it. When I first heard "I Wanna Love You Girl" with Pharrell I knew that Robin's 2nd CD would be a winner. So I waited and I waited and I even sat through amazon.com's infamous January 1, 2010 release date and then finally "The Evolution Of Robin Thicke" was in stores. I read the majority of the reviews for this CD and 2 inparticular caught my eye when they mentioned that there were several songs that Robin Thicke took off of the advanced copy of the CD and made new tracks. I'm thinking if those tracks were better than the tracks on this CD, Robin Thicke should have just released a double CD. Ladies and gentlemen this CD is phenominal. When you first listen to the CD you'll think of artists like Jon B and Justin Timberlake because of the "blue eyed soul" mentality. However, when you hear music this nice, the last thing I am thinking about is the artist's complexion.

"The Evolution Of Robin Thicke" gets off to an excellent start with the Faith Evans' featured "Got To Be Down". As much as I like Faith's CDs this track was just an added bonus to be able to hear Robin Thicke and Faith together on a nice midtempo track. "Complicated" actually ends up being a very simple track but as a man living in the U.S. of A, I can definitely relate to Robin's vibe on this track as he is telling a particular woman that I am going to be me and you are going to be you and hopefully in the long run we can still find a way to make things work.
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So I was going to buy this album around the time it first came out, but I was a bit reluctant for some reason or another. Then I looked on Amazon and noticed all the positive reviews. I looked online and this album has sold over a quarter million with absolutely no promotion or support from the label. (Until just recently when MTV and BET have taken notice). I figured that if this guy has such a following, it has to be good. (He also has quite a following with other artists. Pharrell executive produced it, Lil' Wayne's here, Faith Evans is here, Mary J. Blige demanded to do a duet with him... wow.) So I ordered it.

Blue eyed soul has been attempted numerous times, but this album is different. This album keeps the integrity of soul music and it has credibility. It is authentic.

I loved this album from the second I started listening. The opening track with Faith Evans, "Got 2 Be Down," was one of my favorites. "Ask Myself" is excellent. (Thicke and Mary J. Blige re-recorded a duet version of this song for the Mary J. Blige & Friends compilation. It's quite nice.) "Shooter" with Lil' Wayne is amazingly innovative and I just love it.

The last three songs on this album are also beautiful and have great lyrics and messages.

The production, mostly done by Robin himself and Pro J, is excellent. The lyircs are nice and his voice is great. (And no, this abum isn't completely falsetto.) The only real problem is that the album runs a little too long. I highly recommend that you buy this album.

The deluxe edition comes with a ringtone, cell phone wallpaper and "autographed" poster. If you have the option, just buy the original because it's cheaper and this is a sad excuse for a "deluxe" edition...
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It certainly didn't take long before I absolutely lost myself in the hypnotizing splendor that is this album. Simply from first-listen, one's musical taste buds are thriving with stimulation in a constant state of salivation for more of this man's amazingly soulful voice and sensual, captivatingly laid-back tones. The beautiful subtlety at which he sings and effortlessly maneuvers through each track will enrapture you within each fleeting moment and leave you longing for more. At the very least, this is an excellent album to weave in and out of consciousness while you attempt to sleep during the late hours of the night. . . All the while in a constant state of indulgence. And if his soothing voice does, indeed, ultimately send you into the deep throws of a satisfying slumber, you will without a doubt - every time - awake within the opening piano keys and breathy falsetto of "Angels" - the absolute silver lining in a cloud of, well, more silver.
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I hadn't really paid much attention to this young singer until recently when I kept seeing him on television and hearing positive reviews of this cd. So recently I bought the cd on a lark and decided to give it a try. I must admit I was pleasantly surprised. I really like his current single "Lost in You". The first song on the cd, "Got 2 Be Down" a duet with Faith Evans is also another good song from this blue-eyed soul singer with a nice falsetto. The entire cd shows that this young man has promise and should give us more good music in the future. Thicke has been compared to Justin Timberlake and I think this cd trumps the debut cd of Timberlake....Robin Thicke is a whole lot smoother!

If I have one complaint it would be adding rap into some of the songs. I think his songs can stand alone without any unnecessary and distracting rap that often changes the whole tone of the song. I say keep it simple, stick with the soul and Robin Thicke will be a name we'll be discussing in the future. My favorites on the cd include: "Got 2 Be Down", "Lost in You", "Cocaine", "Ask Myself", "2 the Sky" and "Teach You a Lesson". Worth adding to your music collection!
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