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Lyfe Change [CD + DVD] Import

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  • CD (29 avril 2008)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN : B0013OD8OM
  • Autres versions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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1. Change the Game (Intro)
2. Keep on Dreaming
3. Warriors
4. Never Never Land
5. Brand New
6. It's Real
7. Cops Up
8. You Think You Got It Bad
9. Wild, Wild, Wild
10. Midnight Train
11. Hmmm
12. Old School
13. Us (Interlude)
14. Will I Ever
15. Baby I'm a Star

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Format: CD Achat vérifié
lyfe jennings a une voie exceptionnel grave posé cassé juste envoutante l'album est tres bon bien varié lyfe n'est pas ici a sont coup d'essaie cette album est tres bon tous comme les plus anciens je vous conseil l'achat vous ne le regretterai pas
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Dont sleep on this! 30 avril 2008
Par Q. Pair - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Ok, i'm no music mogul by any means but i'd like to think i keep up pretty well with CD releases and what not of my favorite artists. i DID NOT KNOW that Lyfe Jennings had a new CD out until i happened to run into Best Buy to cop that new Roots album (also good). This CD was so under promoted, and its a shame cuz this joint is on point. I think this is Lyfe's best album yet. Definitely better than Pheonix, and only a little better than Lyfe 268-192. The entire album is just one big uplift from start to finish. Its one of them feel good albums that really do make you feel good after hearing it. As we've seen from his past work, the man has a way with songs, and he makes some very powerful stuff, and Lyfe Change shows him at the top of his game. The lyrics in all the songs are great, the beats are hot as hell in the summer. I'm tellin you, dont sleep on this album, its worth the money, especially since they marketed it as a "special low priced full length album $8" (thats what I see on the packaging). You wont be disappointed.

Normally I'd list a few songs I thought stood out on this album, but truthfully they are all outstanding, so here are a few of my personal favorites:

Never Never Land
Will I Ever
Keep On Dreaming
Cops Up
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Bada-boom, bada bang! 21 mai 2008
Par ChocolateQT - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
The guy that stays in the game the longest is the guy who brings CHANGE!I'm loving Lyfe!!!!! His style is so uniquely his that it can not be duplicated. I've been die hard Lyfe fan since 268-192 and this album definitely lives up to his past albums. If you do NOT have any of this cd's GO GET EM!!! A lot of people will be happy to hear that unlike The Phoenix this ablum only has ONE interlude, To have gone from 10 years on lock down to making 3 great albums is phenomenal. The issues that he sings about are real and relatable, and you can hear the soul in each songs. This is my favorite CD right now. He has the makings to be in the game for a LONG TIME!!! I can't really name favorite tracks because I really love them all. I love the live performances on the DVD.
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Lyfe's Best Album Yet! 11 mai 2008
Par 1738 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Let me start by quoting the great Lauryn Hill "Even after all my logic and theory, I add a mother ****** so you ignorant n***** can hear me." Lyfe is one of the few artists that is able to spread wisdom and reality without the explicit content and unnecessary vulgar language. I'm not saying there's anything wrong with explicit content but it takes a lot to become a Platinum recording artist without using explicit content.

With that said, I've been listening to this album since it leaked. I liked it so much I went out and bought the CD/DVD version the day it came out. The thing that makes Lyfe more unique than most R&B Soul artists is he doesn't have a great voice. He has a gritty, raspy voice, that isn't common in R&B artists. To compliment his unique voice he has a very unique lyrical style. He keeps it real, he's a man trying to make a change in the hood. And it's not coming from a middle class white man that has no idea what he's speaking, Lyfe still has the scars from the hood. It's hard to believe a guy who spent 10 years in prison for Arson would be trying to make a difference in urban areas. Rather than talking about money, cars, clothes, hoes...he keeps it real and speaks on issues such as AIDs contaminating the black race, violence in the urban areas, and adults refusing to grow up and take responsibility for themselves.

The album as a whole is a masterpiece. Lyfe has really worked to put together a body of work. Nothing like the rest of the industry, which is mostly concerned with bangin' beats, hot singles, and becoming the top "ringtone artist". I own Lyfe's first album but passed on the second one because I thought that it had more interludes than songs. Lyfe does a mixture of both of his previous albums on this one. His first album was mostly songs about relationships and love songs. The second album had more of a street style to it, where he talked about hustlin, life on the block, etc. This album has a little of both of those topics. I really encourage people to purchase this album.
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Another Solid "Lyfe" Album 8 mai 2008
Par Michael Brent Faulkner, Jr. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Lyfe Jennings doesn't really change all that much on "Lyfe Change", save for a couple of new collaborations including the most exciting, Wyclef Jean ("You Think You've Got It Bad" and the exceptional "Wild, Wild, Wild"). While this isn't necessarily my favorite Lyfe album, It is consistent with his debut (2004) and 2006's exceptional, though underrated THE PHOENIX. Again, Jennings themes tend to revolve around sex and venereal diseases, hard times, and living out your dreams. In a world where everything centers around sex and promiscuous themes within songs, it is nice to hear Lyfe Jennings sing songs with more substance about real-"lyfe" issues.

The album starts out with the solid "Keep On Dreaming", which is nothing extremely flashy, save for the electric guitar entering near the tail end of the track and melodious piano runs. It doesn't quite outshine the brilliance of opener "Slow Down" from THE PHOENIX, but it is certainly more than filler. The same can be said about "Warriors", it's solid, though not as memorable as the best material of LYFE, which tends to reside in the mid-portion of the album. All flaws aside, "Warriors" does feature one great hook when Lyfe sings: "Them them we was glorious, we were warriors, warriors".

Things begin to heat up with the great "Never Never Land" in which Lyfe has never sounded better. The production is simple, but lush in the same instance. The lyrics here are quite telling here and as always, Lyfe sells the slow jam very well. In some ways, Lyfe sounds like a toned down R. Kelly here, though not in a bad way. What might be coolest about "Never Never Land" is the fact that he references Peter Pan - who else does that in R&B today, really? "Brand New" lifts off the soul classic "You Make Me Feel Brand New" and does it great justice. T.I.'s verse isn't truly necessary as Lyfe holds it down fine without him, but it certainly doesn't hold back the greatness of the track. Keeping the hot streak up is "It's Real" in which Jennings talks about having an appetite for sex, but forgets protection; ultimately he discusses the consequences of unprotected sex using AIDS as a vehicle because AIDS "is real". It is a bit overwrought compared to "S.E.X." which was "real-talk", if not quite as real as "It's Real".

"Cops Up" seemed a bit clunky to me at first to be a first single, but I grew to ultimately love it. It wasn't quite as catchy or as appealing as "S.E.X." or "Must Be Nice", but now I see why Lyfe chose it as the first single. It didn't catch on unfortunately - maybe radio and people had the same initial reaction I had to it, particularly with Lyfe's pseudo-rap at the forefront. With all criticism aside, it is another "innovative" single and the production is top-notch by all means. Wyclef steps into the producer's chair for the tropical-tinged "You Think You've Got It Bad" which is good, if not exceptional. The follow-up, "Wild Wild Wild" is by far my favorite track from LYFE CHANGE. The production work is among Wyclef's best and most urban sounding. The synth-brass work and the thick bass line make a phenomenal background for Lyfe's gritty, life-affected vocals.

"Midnight Train" is a crossover track, and it works to an extent, though it isn't as memorable as the very best. "Hmm" isn't bad and neither is the Snoop Dogg featured "Old School". "Will I Ever" is the next true standout after "Wild Wild Wild", in which Jenning's slightly out of tune vocals truly soar. "Baby I'm A Star" is forgettable, but by this point, Lyfe has provided the bulk of this overall fine album. Flawed? Yes, but it is still a 100% solid album. 3 ½ stars in my eyes.
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'I'm a true LYFER 4 Life' 19 mai 2008
Par Tazzyt2bossye - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Lyfe Jennings is mos def the man!!!! He has totally evolved into an even more awesome force to be reckoned with. I thought his freshman joint was the bomb, but this one is the ISH for real!!! He laid it down with his raw tone and the lyrics are amazing. The collabo's are off the chain!!! Loving it, loving it, loving it more and more every time I listen!!!

Great job Lyfe!!! Keep making it do what it do brotha!!!! Somebody call the COPS UP because I've fallen in love with 'Change' on the real and a sista ain't trying to get up!!! That's Lyfe on the real!!!! Be blessed and keep giving it to us straight with no chaser!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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