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Jagged Edge

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Product Description

Jagged Edge has quietly been making hit records and selling millions of albums. It's time for everyone to notice. Since 1998 Jagged Edge has reigned as one of the most successful and popular R&B acts of its time, earning eight gold, platinum, and multi-platinum certifications from the RIAA. The group's trademark rough and romantic sound captivated fans right from the start. Columbia. 2006.

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Twins Brandon and Brian Casey, heart and soul of Jagged Edge, have got a good thing going: What artist wouldn't want to clone himself in the name of tight harmonies and flow that's DNA-deep? Jagged Edge, the brothers' fifth outing with bandmates Kyle Norman and Richard Wingo, finds them tight as ever, only in a slightly raunchier mood than we're accustomed to (were previous Jagged titles plastered with "EXPLICIT" stickers?). All the standard seductions expected of smooth R&B operators sit in a mid-disc, mid-tempo clump--"Get a Lil' Bit of This" begets the moaner that is "Crying Out," which begets the tender "Good Luck Charm"--and padding them on either side are a handful of songs on which the word "lovin'" could be rhymed with "hotter than an oven" interchangeably. "Watch You" paints a lusty post-shower scene, the title of "Baby Feel Me" is to be taken literally, and "A** Hypnotic" pretty much speaks for itself. The exception is "Season's Change," on which superstar John Legend guests. There, the vibe is "Ordinary People" and the vocals are a small miracle of give and take, besting even this disc's two likable Jermaine Dupri-produced tracks. Is there anything Legend--who's fast growing into his last name--can't class up? --Tammy La Gorce

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Intro
  2. Ghetto Guitar
  3. So High
  4. Watch You
  5. Hopefully
  6. Get A Lil' Bit Of This
  7. Crying Out
  8. Good Luck Charm
  9. So Amazing
  10. Season's Change
  11. Questions
  12. Sexy American Girls
  13. Baby Feel Me
  14. Who U Wit?
  15. A** Hypnotic


Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 9, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B000A2APWQ
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #204,050 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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For once I agree with the spotlight review..

I have been a Jagged Edge fan since the beginning, but it seems like they lose a little something with each album. I mean, this one is growing on me now, but the first time I listened to it, I was honestly thinking it might have been a waste of money. Here are my problems:

1) Their songs would be SO much better if every time the chorus/hook came around, they didn't have the one guy (I don't know them by name) singing in the background over every dang hook. (Example: Hook is "she don't give a damn, she's so amazing.." and the guy goes SO amaaazziiiiing... amAAAAzziziiiiiing.... Whoaooaoaoaoaooohhhh.. oOAOoaaooaoaohhhh....) It's like, dude, we hear the hook without you deciding to oversing the two words that you like from it, over, and over again on every song. If they just took the hook and left it alone, without the extra layering of whats-his-name's voice, it would be SO much better.

2) They used to be more heartfelt about their songs, there used to be more slow jams for the bedroom, etc.. NOW it seems like 9 out of 10 songs is about their drop top on the way to the club.. the whole thing is just too UP-TEMPO for me nowadays.

3) They used to be halfway slow and dramatic, like R&B is supposed to be, but now every song they do has the same crappy drum beats. I REALLY WISH they could find a good person to produce their beats, I think that's been their biggest downfall in the past few years. Slow it down a little bit. R&B is not for driving your car down the highway, it's for the bedroom dangit.

I dunno, if you liked Hard a whole lot, you might like this one too, but if you liked their first couple albums the best, this is kinda like Hard but it goes even further downhill from where that album was taking their style.

I mean, I'm still a fan, but I paid good money for this CD and I think it sucks that I have to skip probably 9 out of 16 songs.
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As I started to play the 5th album from Jagged Edge, I was expecting to hear the classic, R&B Jagged Edge we all know and remember. But, as the songs kept going by and track after track I lacked to find standout tracks and tracks that were worth listening to. Don't get me wrong the album still has its strong points with tracks such as "Good Luck Charm" and "Watch You". "Good Luck Charm" is a great song and after hearing it I was expecting more of the ladder on the self-titled album, but didn't quite find what I was wanting to hear. Although with the track "Baby Feel Me", I found that JE music I had been expecting. "Baby Feel Me" is a great smooth track that any R&B fan will enjoy. "Hopefully" also provides that soulful JE music and also is a great track. The "Reggaeton" appeal track "So Amazing (Feat. Voltio)" is a nice uptempo club type of track that will grow on you for the most part. Overall, the album is just plain average, with a standout track here or there, but for me most of the album is skippable. For the most part, it wouldn't be a "risk" buying this, so go out and buy it and support the veterans of R&B.

Favorite Tracks:
1. Good Luck Charm
2. Baby Feel Me
3. Watch You
4. Hopefully
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I have loved Jagged Edge since their first CD. They always have great beats, awesome lyrics and such great harmonies. They can keep it smooth but, at the same time switch on the "street" real quick.

Jagged Edge's latest CD is one of their best in a while. It has the perfect blend of the slower-smooth songs to the street bumpers all while keeping that trademark Jagged Edge sound.

All the songs on here are good. They pack this CD full of radio-friendly songs. 15 (including the bonus track) - that's a lot of great music.

Standout Tracks:

"Ghetto Guitar"

"Watch You"

"Get A Lil' Bit Of This" (Good party bumper)

"So Amazing"

"Question" (A classic JE sounf to it)

"Who U Wit"

"A** Hypnotic" (THE JAM!!!)

This CD is worth the purchase!!! They keep with their same JE flow so any JE fan will like this a lot. For anyone who is not familiar with Jagged Edge - if you like good and smooth R&B with some tight jams - this one is for you!!!!
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Jagged Edge shows time after time why they are the best male r&b group out since the Boyz II Men/ Jodeci era. With their fifth album they come with the same Jagged Edge sound but with a twist.

I have been down with JE since their first album and I will continue to be a huge fan. This album flows smoothly and is well balanced from start to finish. I actually love every song but my absolute favorites are Hopefully, Crying Out, Baby Feel Me and the download bonus track Stunna.

Everytime I get tired of the normal mediocre r&b JE blesses me with a breath of fresh air. Keep it going guys, without you where would r&b be!
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First off being a true fan of this group, I was not impressed with this cd. I was suprised that some of the songs that were marked on the sticker label as being hits turned out not to be hits in my book. The two songs that I enjoy are Watch You and Hopefully. Fourtanely these two songs are one right after another. So each time after they finish I happily eject the cd, so you get my point. Jagged Edge needs to come again, with the Real Deal soon, because this was nothing more than a cd filled with hopeless fillers. I love you guys, but no Cigar this time. One Love.

QueenPeace
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