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November 5, 2002 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: November 5, 2002
  • Release Date: November 5, 2002
  • Label: Jive
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  • Total Length: 1:03:15
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  • ASIN: B00138J0OU
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars 939 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,038 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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Format: Audio CD
The only way this "DIGI-PAK" is different from the regular CD is that the DIGI-PAK does not come in a jewel case. Instead, the CD is inside a cardboard foldout case. It still will keep your CD protected, but the liner notes fall out quite easily. For fans that will bring the cd EVERYWHERE, you're better off getting the Jewel-case regular edition because it won't damage as quickly. But for fans that have to have it all, the DIGI-PAK is a must-need collectible! Despite the title, there are no hidden digital tracks or digital enhancements.
The track listing is the same as the non-Digi Pak (as follows)
1. Senorita (4:54)
2. Like I love you (4:43)
3. (Oh No) What You Got (4:31)
4. Take it from here (6:14)
5. Cry Me a River (4:48)
6. Rock Your Body (4:27)
7. Nothin' Else (4:58)
8. Last Night (4:47)
9. Still on my Brain (4:35)
10. (And She Said) Take Me Now (5:31)
11. Right for Me (4:29)
12. Let's Take A Ride (4:44)
13. Never Again (4:34)
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Now I will be the first person to admit that I am not a fan of N Sync. I am a fan of rap, r&b and old school r&b music. There are 2 N Sync songs that I like: "This I Promise You" and "Gone". However, when I heard the first single for "Justified", the Neptunes' produced "Like I Love You" featuring Clipse, I decided to give Justin Timberlake some attention. One of my friends forwarded me a link to preview some of his songs and since I was impressed, I decided to purchase "Justified". The 1st track, "Senorita", sets the mood for Justin's debut. He wants everyone to get on the dance floor and have some fun. Other than the unnecessary chants towards the end of the track, this is a good way to get the CD started. After "Like I Love You", Timbaland, who is known for producing tracks for the late Aaliyah, Missy Elliott, Jay Z and for his Beat Club artists (Bubba Sparxxx, Petey Pablo, and Ms. Jade), hooks Justin up with something lovely on "(Oh No) What You Got". This is definitely one of his best r&b creations. Justin is able to ride cruise control and he even gets provocative with the lyrical content. Timbaland also produces the second single and ode to Britney Spears, "Cry Me A River". He slows things down to a midtempo song this time around and Justin is able to make his feelings and thoughts known to everyone about his failed relationship. Justin has good production all over "Justified". The Neptunes produce 7 tracks, Timbaland produces 4 and Brian McKnight shows up to produce the closing ballad, "Never Again". On this track, Justin is able to pour out his feelings once again and you can hear the Brian McKnight influences throughout the song.Read more ›
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By A Customer on November 15, 2002
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The next Michael. The next Elvis, even (I'm not so sure about that one, Brian McKnight). The next "King of Pop." They say he has all the ingredients - the looks, charm, personality, moves (damn...a white boy can dance like that?), and voice (damn...a white boy can sing like that too??). Seriously Justin Timberlake the answer?
Well, if the buzz surrounding Justified is any indication, Justin is indeed all that and a bag of chips. We already know the girls love him. The guys are coming around also, bedgrudingly bumpin' along with his new club-flavored fare. The critics have jumped on the bandwagon as well - Rolling Stone, which is known for its distaste of pop music in general, gave the much ballyhooed album a four-star rating (out of five).
Admittedly, I too, got sucked into the hype and picked up a copy. And although I haven't bought into the legend-in-the-making notion just yet, I'm not the least bit shy about giving JT his due props for Justified.
Ray's Rants & Raves: If you're some blond, pig-tailed high-schooler expecting to hear a bunch of Max Martin-crafted "Bye Bye Bye" clones, you are NOT going to be happy with this record -Justified is almost exclusively geared towards the urban (yet mainstream) markets. But then again, you already knew that with the Neptunes and Timbaland handling most of the production, right? ;)
Timberlake's departure from `Nsync-like poppyness is evident right off the bat, as the CD starts off with the slinky "Senorita" and the now-ubiquitous "Like I Love You." Are they mainstream? Yes. Sickeningly-sweet, boyband pop? No. They are choice combinations of lite hip-hop and R&B, sprinkled with just the right amount of organic ingredients to give it that "live" feel.
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First start off with a multi-platinum group like NSync (and you might hate them.. and that's fine, because this is not at all an NSync sound), subtract their youngest member, arguably the most talented - Justin. Add the hottest producers in the industry - geniuses like the Neptunes and Timbaland, and throw in a ballad by Brian McKnight for good measure. Now, before everything, you've got to have Justin going through some things, otherwise you might end up with the bubble gum pop of before... but now that he's had his heart broken, he's not the mischievious teenager of before; he's now hitting us with the mature, R&B sound that you can tell he desperately wanted to achieve.
We all have heard the two hit singles from the CD spinning on the radios and MTV in heavy rotation - Like I Love You and Cry Me A River. The CD holds several other songs that could be just as popular. The ones that are most prominent for me are:
Rock Your Body - a cute uptempo song that is definitely NOT NSync at all (Justin is betting a girl that he'll have her naked by the end of this song...)
What You Got - another fast one, Timbaland-produced with a crazy beat
Never Again - for sure, when the girls are ready for a slow Justin song, they'll get this Brian McKnight produced song, that sounds exactly like a Brian McKnight song, and the lyrics just about break your heart. You actually catch yourself wondering if he really did suffer THAT much with his breakup.
I'll bet his record label is thanking their lucky stars (and checkbooks) that they moved forward as quickly as they did with this project... it'd be a fabulous Christmas present. Throughout 2002, we've seen several hit records in the R&B/Pop categories, but I think this one will really stand alone, most obviously because of Justin's beautiful voice - talent hasn't proven to be most important to the world this year, (I won't say ANY names) - also due to the lyrical content of the songs and the great producers.
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