- Audio CD (May 13, 2016)
- Original Release Date: May 13, 2016
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Epic
- Run Time: 39 minutes
- ASIN: B01CFKP9I0
- Average Customer Review: 342 customer reviews
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GRAMMY®-Award winning multiplatinum pop superstar Meghan Trainor's hotly anticipated second album, Thank You, is scheduled for release by Epic Records on May 13th. Boasting the scorching lead single, "NO," and executive produced by Meghan Trainor and Ricky Reed, Thank You is the eagerly awaited follow up to the critically-acclaimed singer-songwriter's platinum No. 1 debut album, Title, which earned her a 2016 GRAMMY® Award for Best New Artist. After dominating the charts and airwaves throughout 2015 with four inescapable multiplatinum Top 10 smashes "All About That Bass," "Lips Are Movin," "Dear Future Husband," and "Like I m Gonna Lose You,' featuring John Legend Trainor is poised to soar to even greater heights with the release of Thank You.
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1.Watch Me Do-3.5/5-This song was definitely not the best on the album. It was kind of disappointing when it first came out. It was just very repetitive and I didn't really like it but it grew on me after a while.
2.Me Too-5/5- I loved this song so much. It inspires self confidence, which I love. This song is just a song that you can dance too saying "If I were you I'd wanna be me too" even my sister, who is not a MT fan said she loved it.
3.NO-4.5/5- I like this song a lot! It's catchy and is a feminist anthem and I find it really fun to listen too. I'm a guy and I take no shame in listening to this song.
4.Better (featuring Yo Gotti)-4/5- I loved Meghan Trainor's part of this song but Yo Gotti's part was kind of off beat and awkward, he was not needed in all honesty. But this song was really catchy, not really a dance song like the first 3 songs on her album, but catchy.
5.Hopeless Romantic-4.5/5-This song is very mellow but it was just very nice to listen too. I loved this song because it is a song you can just chill to. The lyrics were very wonderful and the instrumentals are amazing
6.I Love Me (with Lunchmoney Lewis)-4.5/5- This song, like "Me Too" is a song about self confidence and I feel Lunchmoney Lewis was perfect for this song, the two just worked together. Very catchy and a song you can easily remember and sing along too
7.Kindly Calm Me Down-5/5- I loved this song so much, it wasn't a dance song but lyrically it was amazing and the beat was amazing along with the vocals. One of my favorites on the whole album!
8.Woman Up-4/5-Not the best on the album but it was definitely catchy. This was another feminist album and I found it very good! Pretty solid song overall!
9.Just A Friend To You-5/5-Amazing. Reminds me of her songs from "Title" and I love the ukulele and violin background. The lyrics are amazing and it just sounds amazing.
10.I Wont Let You Down-4.5/5- Very good song! It's catchy and the beat is spectacular! The vocals and lyrics are also very good! Solid song, I think it may be a single but it most likely will not be.
11.Dance Like Yo Daddy-4/5-Great song but not the best. The best is ok and so are the lyrics. The vocals are amazing though! Most likely will not be a single though. But still a song you can jam too.
12.Champagne Problems-5/5-The best song on the album in my opinion. The vocals are supreme along with the lyrics and the beat. It's realistic from your Uber being late to your WiFi not working. Just amazing! I recommend buying this song if not the album.
Overall:Spectacular album from Meghan. Just amazing! I was not disappointed by this album at all. In fact, I was VERY impressed! This album just shines. I believe it is much better than "Title" and it's just supreme. 5/5
As I listened to the "Thank You" Deluxe Edition for the first time, I found myself smiling multiple times. She has an impish quality to her writing that lifts your spirits. Her debut album "Title" did the same, and this follow-up is even better, as she experiments with a few different sounds. In my view, Meghan Trainor is the most exciting new recording artist of her time, with a potential upside even greater than Taylor Swift and Adele.
The title song reveals the album's recurring and refreshing theme -- gratitude. She can sing a song called "I Love Me" but still come off as humble. Even her self-empowerment lyrics come with an undercurrent of insecurity and a heartfelt reliance on friends and family. Like Adele and Taylor Swift before her, Meghan Trainor puts of lot of personal truth into her lyrics.
Here's a very brief take on each song from "Thank You." Every one is a winner:
1. Watch Me Do -- Up-beat song of gratitude for her success, with cute little James Brown imitations. Fun.
2. Me Too -- Heavy-beat, spirit lifting song of self-empowerment with a bit of techno. Foot-tapper.
3. NO -- Her single performed at iHeartRadio awards, girl-power song that packs a punch. Best cut on CD.
4. Better -- Moody song about not settling. Faux-rap riff with Yo Gotti inserted. Goes down easy.
5. Hopeless Romantic -- Touching ballad, lyrics feel like pure personal truth. Lovely.
6. I Love Me -- Self-empowerment riff, catchy beat, strong vocals. A good new sound for her.
7. Kindly Calm Me Down -- Piano ballad, powerful, sounds very Adele-like. Great.
8. Woman Up -- Girl-power, makes you want to dance, HEH! Background vocals powerful.
9. Just a Friend to You -- Ukulele ballad with the same message as her hit song "Title." Touching vocal.
10. I Won't Let You down -- Classic Meghan, infectious melody, shows some refreshing humility.
11. Dance Like Yo Daddy -- A dance number, light and fun, brings a smile.
12. Champagne Problems -- More refreshing personal honesty, bit of techno thrown in. Amusing.
13. Mom -- Bouncy tribute to her mom, super-catchy tune with a surprise in the middle. Love it.
14. Friends -- Slow-dance tribute to her friends, touching and warm.
15. Thank You -- Another classic Meghan beat, a song of gratitude, brief reggae riff in middle.
Meghan Trainor is a national treasure. I bought this album as soon as it dropped and paid full price because a talent like this should be rewarded.
Thank you Meghan for making such fun music.