I Care 4 U Import
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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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1. Back & Forth (feat. R. Kelly & Mr. Lee): Aaliyah's very first single released back in 1994. Excellent old school song from her first album "Age Ain't Nothing But A Number!"
2. Are You That Somebody (feat. Timbaland & Playa): Aaliyah's single from the "Dr. Dolittle" Soundtrack is one of her most popular songs.
3. One In A Million (feat. Missy Elliott): This classic song is the second single from Aaliyah's sophomore album "One In A Million."
4. I Care 4 U: The last single released from Aaliyah's third album "Aaliyah." This beautiful and moving song was released after her unfortunate death in August 2001. An interesting note about this song is that it was recorded back in 1996, but could not be put on "One In A Million."
5. More Than A Woman: This edgy song is the third single from "Aaliyah."
6. Don't Know What To Tell Ya: This is one of the unreleased songs on "I Care 4 U." It is a great song!! It has great beats and lyrics, and is a typical song of Aaliyah.
7. Try Again: Everyone knows this song!! This song is from the "Romeo Must Die" soundtrack and went to number one just on airplay alone.
8. All I Need: Another unreleased track, but I am not feeling this song too much. It is a little boring.
9. Miss You: This beautiful song is the first single from "I Care 4 U." The video for this song features many artists paying tribute to Aaliyah.
10. Don't Worry: A good unreleased track with great vocals and good beats.
11. Come Over (feat. Tank): A very good unreleased track featuring Tank! I'm not a big fan of Tank, but he sings in the chorus and ad-libs towards the end. Aaliyah sings great on this song!
12. Erica Kane: A very catchy unreleased track with good vocals and good beats, though some may find it annoying.
13. At Your Best (You Are Love): Aaliyah's classic remake of the Isley brothers' hit. This extremely beautiful song is the third single from "Age Ain't Nothing But A Number."
14. Got To Give It Up (Remix): This remix of the third single from "One In A Million" is the version on the "Got To Give It Up" video featured on "I Care 4 U." It is somewhat catchy and weird, but I like it!
1. One In A Million (video)
2. Are You That Somebody (video)
3. Try Again (video)
4. We Need A Resolution (video)
5. More Than A Woman (video)
6. Come Back In One Piece (video)
7. 4 Page Letter (video)
8. Got To Give It Up -Remix- (video)
9. Rock The Boat (video)
10. Japanamation Commercial
11. Aaliyah Behind The Scenes
1. Back and Forth: (5/5) This track kicks butt. One of the best R&B jams of the 90's, it was Aaliyah's breakthrough and arguably best song. Hit #5 on the pop charts.
2. Are You That Somebody: (5/5) The best R&B single to come out of 1998 hands down. Aaliyah and Timbaland out did themselves. Unique beat. Very cool. Hit #4 on pop charts.
3. One In A Million: (4/5) This is a slower song, but still cool. An Aaliyah must-have. This one hit #25.
4. I Care 4 U: (5/5) I love this song. Another slow jam, but she sings it beautifully and musically, it's outstanding. Kudos to Missy Elliot. Went to #13 on pop charts.
5. More Than A Woman: (4.5/5) This one will have you jamming. Catchy chorus, good backround music, great vocals. Hit #25 also.
6. Don't Know What To Tell Ya: (5/5) The best of the unreleased material, this song needs to be a single. It's catchy as hell and has potential to be a huge hit.
7. Try Again: (5/5) Aaliyah's biggest hit. Went to #1 in the summer of 2000. Again, she and Timbaland kicked on this one. Awesome song. Gotta love the intro.
8. All I Need: (3/5) This is ok. Pales in comparison to other tracks.
9. I Miss You: (4/5) Aaliyah's latest hit. Sweet, sensual, yet innocent. Nice vocals. Is presently at #10 on the pop charts.
10. Don't Worry: (3/5) Ditto to track #8.
11. Come Over: (3/5) Yet again, pleasent, but still nothing to get too overexcited.
12. Erica Kane: (5/5) Very cool song. Great beat and great singing.
13. At Your Best: (4.5/5) The sweet remake of the Isley Brother's original hit. This really shows off Aaliyah's sweet and innocent side. It hit #6 on the pop charts.
14. Got To Give It Up: (4/5) Great dance jam. Not as good as Back and Forth, Try Again, and Are You That Somebody, but still worth the inclusion.
So why 4 stars? Well, a handful of Aaliyah hits were unfairly left off. Most notably, the top 10 hit single "The One I Gave My Heart To" along with top 20 hits "If Your Girl Only Knew" and the fabulous "Rock the Boat." Even the minor hits such as "We Need A Resoltution", "4 Page Letter," and definitely "Age Ain't Nothing But A Number" are worthy enough. They're great songs. Oh, well. I guess we can hope for a complete "Greatest Hits" in the future. But for now, this is definitely sufficent. Ashanti, Tweet and the others have nothing on Aaliyah. She's missed.