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Yeah / Red Light / Sweet Lies Single, Import

3.4 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews

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Includes Two Unreleased B-sides plus an Instrumental Version.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Yeah (Album Version)
  2. Red Light
  3. Sweet Lies
  4. Yeah (Instrumental)


Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 20, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Import
  • Label: Import [Generic]
  • ASIN: B0001EJ7JA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #319,620 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Usher's "Confessions" has maintained its stay on the Billboard charts for awhile now. He has 17 songs of sure "fire" on his hands. However, what we have to understand as music fans is that most artists make anywhere from 30 or more songs and then they decide what 12-18 songs will actually make the CD. What makes you upset as a music fan at times is when you start to hear these songs that didn't make the cut to be on the CD and they are better than some of the songs that are on the CD.

Usher has approximately 5 songs that aren't on the actual "Confessions" CD that I have heard on the radio. "Whatever I Want" which is an uptempo song ready to be played at any party, "Confessions Part 1" which is the original story to the "Confessions Part 2" track that is wore out on the radio everyday, the remix to "Confessions Part 2" which features an incarcerated Shyne rapping over a phone, Jermaine Dupri, Twista and Kanye West, "My Boo" featuring Alicia Keys and "Red Light" which is produced by Lil Jon.

"Red Light" sounds as if it's a sequel to "Yeah". Usher hooks up with a woman and he thought that the situation would be easy to control, but after spending a night with her, he can't get the woman out of his head and he begins fantasizing about her in his head at the red light. Why this song couldn't be after "Yeah" on the actual CD beats me. Maybe he didn't want to overuse Lil Jon after knowing that "Yeah" would be the first single. Who knows? However, "Red Light" definitely deserves to be on the CD.
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As much as I hate that dreadlock-sporting, goblet-holding, non-rapping, ad-libbing Lil Jon and his minimalistic, countrified "crunk" beats... "Yeah!" is fantastic. But that's only because Usher is on it. Usher is fast on the track to becoming the next Michael Jackson (I don't think anyone will surpass M.J. musically or stylistically EVER, but Usher could be as popular one day). He's sold 1.1 million in the first week, for pete's sake. This is one of my favorite club-joints of all-time because it's ridiculously-catchy (you wake up and it's still in your head) and just watching the video to accompany it is even better. I think Usher has done to "crunk" what M.J. has done to "New Jack Swing", meaning that the song is okay on its own, but put on a great vocalist, and it's on. Best single of the year.
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Ima can't do it no mo' Ima can't! I swear I swear. Hear this music and it's all like "yeah", then you think sexy thoughts that is what this song will make you do. It's basically sex... got it?
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I have to admit that I liked this song the first 1,000 times I heard it,but it doesn't really have the longevity and artistry of the songs on his new and great album,"Confessions",but it still has good production and Ludacris is a good addition to it.A little annoying,but still likeable.And,like I said,a good mainstream move,just not a good move if he wants to be known as a serious artist.
Recommended:Yes
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Yeah baby...i think you know its a cool song even before you here it because of the simple word-Yeah. That word can say so much. This song just has a beat that everyone attracts to, and Lil Jon is a major part of that. What better 3 artist could they have picked? Lil Jon, Usher, and Ludacris. i gave it 5 stars because its great.
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This song is great--huge compliment to Usher and Luda, considering I can't stand Lil John. Other reviewers criticizing Luda's lyrics should lay off. Every artist he helps out by throwing in a short rap profits from it. May be a bit degrading to women, but I'm a woman and still a HUGE fan. Don't take it so seriously. Most rappers say the same type, if not worse lyrics.
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Possibly one of the biggest hits of 2004, is Yeah any good? Well it has a nice beat, Usher's got a good voice, and Ludacris sounds good on it too. Too bad that I find Lil Jon sort of annoying and the fact that it don't take that much talent repeating "yeah" over and over again. My opinion don't matter anyway...
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"This CD single only has 2 out of 4 total songs containing "Yeah". I never expected or asked for there to be other additional songs unrelated to this CD single. There are only 2 versions of the song on here ? The vocal version & the instrumental ? Not worth buying if I or anyone else was or were expecting this CD single to have at least 4 or 5 different alternative versions of the song "Yeah" on it. I think anyone buying this CD single is not getting their money's worth. I know I wouldn't be with "Yeah" being only 2 out of 4 songs listed on this CD single. When I buy "Yeah" the CD single , I don't want much of any other songs other than "Yeah". I think as far as this CD single , only having a measly 2 track availability of this song out of the 4 songs on this CD single. I think I am going to save my money. I have the "Confessions" album for this song "Yeah" & I don't think the "Instrumental" qualifies to be on this CD single unless karaoke is planned. This is not worth my money to buy in my eyes or ears."
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