- Audio CD (December 10, 2002)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Import
- Label: Imports
- ASIN: B00008J2T5
- Average Customer Review: 275 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #106,767 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
I Care 4 U
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Out-of-print in the US. 'I Care 4 U' is partly a retrospective of the tragically short career of R&B performer, Aaliyah. The disc also includes a number of previously unreleased tracks which were composed by Johnta Austin. The mid-1990's hit singles, 'At Your Best You Are Love' and 'Got to Give It Up', are also featured.
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Fortunately, we still her her music here with us. The seven new tracks are worth the price of the CD. They all offer more Aaliyah. Not one of them is a "filler" song. I'm really appreciative of her label for giving her fans solid songs.
The videos on the CD are perfect (of course) but you can't play them in the DVD player on your computer. I assume this is to regulate transferring the file to your friends but some of us would like Aaliyah playing when we start up our computers :-)
To the people saying there aren't enough "favorites" on the audio disc and the DVD... I have over 80 songs by Aailyah and almost all of them are my favorites so it would be very hard for the label to customize a CD for each of us. I think the selection was right on *except* for the exclusion of the Hot Like Fire song and video.
Of course I reccommend the CD. I could only give it five stars but Aaliayh is now in heaven among many...
The new selections are solid and show how Aaliyah continued to grow as an artist. "Miss You" is particularly good; it's really quite beautiful and somewhat reminiscent of Minnie Ripperton's "Loving You." The only dud is "Erika Kane" - a somewhat boring paean to Susan Lucci's soap character. Overall, this CD is sure to please fans of Aaliyah and hip-hop. The loss of this great artist is tragic, and can be summed up for her fans by her lyric from "Miss You" - I miss you/ It's been too long/ and I'm lost without you.