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True Confessions [LP VINYL]

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  • Vinyl
  • Label: PAISLEY PARK RECORDS
  • ASIN: B000TBWP76
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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By R. Zelaya on February 9, 2008
T.C. Ellis had a brief part in Prince's "Graffiti Bridge" (the album and the movie). His delivery was excellent, so I was truly looking forward to his solo debut.
Unfortunately "True Confessions" fell short of the mark. The first single "Miss Thang" was good. Good enough to prompt me to buy the album after getting the cassingle (anyone else remember cassette singles???) The rest of the album was mediocre. T.C. Ellis had a fast-paced & flowing rapping style on "Graffiti Bridge" that was - lamentably - replaced with a slow & choppy style on most of "True Confessions". It's possible that they tried to emulate the success of Tone Loc's "Wild Thang", which explains the 2 songs; "Miss Thang" and "Cold Thang". However, even with decent samples and beats, the rapping utlimately came across as amateurish. A good example is the track "Pussycat" which samples George Clinton's "Atomic Dog" (and lists the godfather of Funk as producer); excellent beat and nice hook - but the delivery by T.C. was anything BUT funky. The title track was an extension of T.C.'s rap on "Graffiti Bridge" and is probably the strongest track on the album. Not enough to save the album however.
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