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I Need You

January 30, 2001 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: January 30, 2001
  • Release Date: January 30, 2001
  • Label: Curb Records
  • Copyright: Curb Records, Inc.
  • Total Length: 59:23
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  • ASIN: B0013EZ3OA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 83 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #103,357 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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Format: Audio CD
This album needs to come with a warning that this is NOT LeAnn's new album! Everybody is grading the album down because there are old songs on it. This is a package of previously recorded songs that were not on any official LeAnn Rimes album. Her NEW pop album comes out this spring! Everybody take a sigh of relief. LeAnn wont let you down. Now I'll review the songs on the album.
1. I Need You - A gem! It's the best song on this or any other LeAnn album. It'll be hard for her to top herself on this one.
2. But I Do Love You - A great new sound for LeAnn. Most artists songs all sound the same. This gives variety to what LeAnn can do.
3. You Are - A wonderful upbeat song. It really makes you want to sing along.
4. Soon - It's by Diane Warren so you know it's gonna be good. LeAnn's voice soars on this song.
5. Can't Fight The Moonlight - One of my favorites! Britney Spears has nothing on her! LeAnn can do any style, any time, anywhere!
6. Love Must Be Telling Me Something - A nice song. Sounds a bit outdated. Would have gone good on her self titled album.
7. Written In The Stars - Elton John picked the perfect person to duet with. One of the most beautiful duets you'll ever hear.
8. One Of These Days - A great sound but could have been a lot better. The climax of the song is at the beginning and it leaves no surprise at the end.
9. I Believe In You - The best of the new songs. Would be a big hit if released as a single and video. Probably wont be.
10. Together, Forever, Always - Sounds out of place on this pop album. This song is old style country. A great preview of what LeAnn can do as a song writer. Would be a big hit on Country stations. Reminds fans of her "Blue" days.
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Let me start by saying this is NOT the album LeAnn's been writing for.That's due out later this year.This is an album of already recorded material from other sources that Curb(her record company)already had on hand.Be warned that LeAnn's current musical direction isn't necessarily represented here as this isn't one she worked on or had much to do with.
That said it's actually a great album.Some songs are recycled from other sources such as "I Need You","But I Do Love You","Can't Fight The Moonlight",and "Written In The Stars"(duet with Elton John).Any LeAnnfan already has them so I'll not say much about them.I love the first three but all are already released elsewhere on various soundtracks.
It's the other six that are the real prizes here and what make this album a must for any LeAnnfan and a great choice for everyone else."I Believe In You" and "Soon" are great ballads with a pop feel to them."Together,Foever,Always" is the first song I've heard written by LeAnn herself and it's another great ballad,this time with a country edge to it."You Are" is more upbeat and pop and also very good."One Of These Days" is an upbeat power ballad and perhaps the best song on the album."Love Must Be Telling Me Something" is an R&B feeling adult rocker showing off LeAnn's amazing vocals yet again.
Despite coming out of nowhere and having little input from LeAnn on the song choices this is a great album and a must addition to anyone's collection.
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Since LeAnn is locked tight in that never ending contract with Curb, they are continually releasing CD's of her material, some of which never appeared on CD's before. In a strategic move to make sales based on some of her most recent hits, thrown in with some rare songs and b-sides, Curb releases the compilation I NEED YOU. Originally released in January 2001, it was re-released in March 2002 to accomodate more songs, including her Olympics 2002 song "Light The Fire Within", and miscellanious remixes of some songs. Before I comment on the album, I find it interesting when this was first released in 2001 LeAnn was totally against it on record, didn't want to support it. Now she's supporting it. Interesting...
The album features some of her best work over the past few years. Most notably the title track, a spiritual ballad from the JESUS mini series, definately a highlight and vocally she is up to par. Then fast forward to COYOTE UGLY era, where she provided the movie's theme "Can't Fight The Moonlight" which was a monster hit for her. Also included is "But I Do Love You", which is also from the COYOTE UGLY OST. Other past hits including "Written In The Stars", the duet with Elton John.
We have some Diane Warren ballads on board as well, "But I Do Love You", "Soon" and "Can't Fight The Moonlight" are all penned by Diane Warren. Decent songs overall. Then there's the song LeAnn helped pen, the country ballad "Together, Forever, Always". Some of the best unreleased songs here include "One of These Days" and "I Believe In You", where LeAnn turns in commanding performances.
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