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Wanderland Extra tracks, Import

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Import only pressing of her sophomore album 'Wanderland' includes 2 hidden bonus tracks and was never released in the USA. Kelis reunites with Hip Hop's premier production duo, the Neptunes. The first single, 'Young Fresh 'N' New' includes mixes from Timo Maas & So Solid Crew. The bonus tracks are tagged on to the last track #14 'Little Suzie'. 2001. Virgin.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Intro
  2. Young, Fresh N' New
  3. Flash Back
  4. Popular Thug
  5. Daddy
  6. Scared Money
  7. Shooting Stars
  8. Digital World
  9. Perfect Day
  10. Easy Come, Easy Go
  11. Junkie
  12. Get Even
  13. Mr. U.F.O. Man
  14. Little Suzie


Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 5, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Import
  • Label: Virgin Records America
  • ASIN: B00005NW4G
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #119,253 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Scott Woods on May 19, 2002
Format: Audio CD
That this record, after a critically-sound and respectable run of sale of Kelis's debut album, should be made unavailable in the States is a shame. It's very telling about the music industry and the sorry state of its last remaining scraps of actually good mainstream art (Maxwell, Glenn Lewis, Sade, Jill Scott, et al) that an artist can craft a still reasonably decent record and it still not get released because the status quo is so gratingly profitable. That Kelis could put more personality and production value into a record that still adheres to her previous outing's winning formula and still not get any play from the tin ears of the industry borders on criminal. If Michael Jackson can sue his company over woes garnered from his almost-decent record, then Kelis could have hit the lottery by comparison.
The record's tracks still retain their chrome-bright beats and thundering bumps, though they seem a little less fresh than they did on the first album. Some of it sounds the same, but not annoyingly so, and her daring lyrics (her strength) and voice catapult most of the tracks above the norm, which for her was already a bit left-of-center.
Get it. If you're a fan, you're already missing out on the kind of stuff you said you liked when you bought her first one. If your'e not a fan, listen to it first, then buy it anyway. It'll make you seem cool and un-average, but not in the weird way cubist art or mismatched socks do.
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I admit it when Kelis Rogers first burst on the scene with her angry chick anthem "Caught Out There" I was not a fan. When I heard her first album "Kaliedoscope" I thought all the songs pretty much sounded the same.
Just last year I gave the album a second listen due to the fact that the producers of the album are the red hot producers The Neptunes who I became a big fan of. I actually appreciated the album more. I snapped up the chance to get the new album "Wanderland" because I knew the producing duo would deliver again. And yes they have. "Wanderland" is hands down one of the most innovative albums of 2001.
It looks like Kelis was looking to prove she was capable of more than just singing hooks on Neptunes produced rap songs. Her voice is smooth, and her lyrical style has matured. She shares writing credits on the majority of the album with The Neptunes. Her sound is now funky, like some 80's retrograde stuff, but we all know the 80's have been making a bit of a resurgence. Her songs are also well crafted. With cool verses and even better bridges.
On "Young, Fresh n' New" she starts out yelling but when the bridge comes her voice is soft angelic eventhough she is saying repeatedly "got to get away, runaway from home."
"Flash Back" is a fast little song that is typical Neptunes. It's not bad at all but one wishes that the duo would have saved the funky song they produced for Britney Spears "Boys" for Kelis.
"Daddy" starts out sounding like a striped down version of "I'm a Slave 4 U" but turns out to be one of the albums better songs.
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I have heard the whole album, and i can say for sure that Kelis tops the soul sisters of the US, eg alicia keys, faith evans, keke wyatt, angie stone, etc. not only does she have a great voice, but the rhythms are so much more catchy. just listen to her first single, Young Fresh N New. It will be in your head all day, even after you hear it one time. Other tracks like Daddy and Flashback are great as well. Its such a shame that Kelis isnt popular in the US... i guess her song "Caught Out There" was a little too uneasy for the average music buyer. But she has shown alot of growth on this CD, and the cd is so great. I enjoyed Songs in A Minor, but there is no comparison! Try this album now... if you want a breath of fresh air
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Kelis has hit those soulful notes over the last 3 years, my favourite in particular - "Good Stuff" & "Get Along With You".
What more can anyone else expect from her fine & sometimes weird songs. Her debut effort "Kaleidoscope" was a breaker album which gave us a deep view into Kelis' life, such as relationships, parties & sex.
In her 2nd highly anticipated album "Wanderland", Kelis doesn't fail to deliver the urban style she is well known for killer tracks such as the lead single "Young Fresh N New" make Kelis my favourite R&B artist to incorporate angst/rock into her music.
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The girl who delivered one of the most interesting hooks in pop music history ("I hate you so much right now") returns in stellar form on her second outing Wanderland. "Young, Fresh 'N New" is definitely what describes the sound and style of the album. Fresh with imaginative subject matter and anew with a leftfield approach of tackling a pop song, Wanderland shines like a revolving diamond: Morphing into one vivid musical fantasy after another.
The sophomore jinx is never a term that dares to frighten this record. Kelis pens a majority of the album's material and displays a surprising array of charisma and vocal growth. Already a household name overseas, the Harlem-bred R&B-er has yet to receive the same love stateside. Though widely remembered for her first single "Caught Out There," she has an arsenal of work that would put her contemporaries to shame.
Conceptually, Wanderland is a dizzyingly fun ride through an alternate universe, one unlike those cluttering the airwaves of urban radio. Equipped with a comprehensive range, Wanderland leads the listener from the heights of sonic pleasure to deepness of the albums two sociopolitical pieces "Little Suzie" and "Mr. UFO Man." Both songs serve as forward-thinking social commentary on the chaotic situation of our millennial world ("What if the holy Trinity was Christians, Muslims, Jews / Yet we bomb each other for coverage on the news") - written surprisingly before the attacks of Sept. 11.
In contrast, the elated erotica of the record is both rich and playful. Kelis takes on many masks, from the Blondie-esque rap narrative of "Daddy" to the pun-filled frolic "Flashback" ("You make me come ... alive"). The dichotomy of sex 'n' religion is one we haven't seen pulled off so well since Prince.
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