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  • CD (25 octobre 2010)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Laface Records
  • ASIN : B003Z5BS4E
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Disque : 1

  1. Love 'em all
  2. DJ got us fallin' in love
  3. Hot tottie
  4. Lay you down
  5. Lingerie
  6. There goes my baby
  7. Get in my car
  8. Somebody to love
  9. Stranger
  10. Dirty dancer
  11. More
  12. Omg
  13. Hey daddy (daddy's home)
  14. Papers
  15. Lil freak

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Par folloppe le 17 décembre 2010
Format: CD
J'ai vraiment été content du CD de Usher.
La qualité des chansons est excellente et en plus il n'est pas cher.
Je vous le recommande très fortement.
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Prix mini, maxi plaisir avec cet album (un des meilleurs je pense) d'USHER.

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HASH(0x9c77ee04) étoiles sur 5 Worthy Companion Piece 24 août 2010
Par Derrick Dunn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
After 2008'S underrated Here I Stand, Usher returned this past spring with the double platinum selling Raymond Vs. Raymond. With the club bangers Lil Freak, the pop orientated OMG and the slow jam There Goes impacting radio, Usher was ready to reclaim his thrown as the King Of R&B/Pop. With Versus, Usher displays more of the lover man swagger that was evident on Raymond Vs. Raymond, gone is the married father who sang about being a one woman man on tracks like Here I Stand & Something Special from 2008's Here I Stand. On tracks such as Hot Tottie feat Jay-Z and the album's opener Love Em' All, Usher croons about his love for all of the ladies. Unlike the recent albums from Dru Hill & R. Kelly, Usher doesn't use the voice box, instead he lets his natural do what it does best. My only complaint with the album is the reuse of There Goes My Baby from Raymond Vs. Raymond, Usher could have easily given another slow cut to go along with the excellent Lay You Down. Versus is a worthy companion piece to Raymond Vs. Raymond with a little something for every musical taste from Grown & Sexy R&B ( Lingerie) pop ( DJ'S Got Us Fallin In Love & Somebody to Love ) and southern Hip Hop ( Get In My Car feat. Bun B) Usher should be around for years to come.
HASH(0x9c78c228) étoiles sur 5 Not too bad Usher! 20 novembre 2010
Par Terri Berri - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Since he disappeared due to marriage, I know a lot of his fans have wondered if he could pull off another "comeback." It seems to me as though the more Usher disappears, the more he is loved when he comes back into the music industry! Thats what I respect about this man! Too many artists have the misconception that they have to be any and everywhere all all waking hours (i.e. media, videos, parties, magazines, commercials, new products, etc). In all actuality, that is how people become bored with you and tired of seeing your face. Every few years or so, Usher will disappear and we won't hear anything new from him for a year or two, but to be honest, thats what makes us (as listeners) crave his music even more! Raymond Vs. Raymond was okay, but in my opinion, Versus is sooooo much better. I must admit that it disappoints me to see so many R&B artists steadily migrating to pop because not too many artists can pull it off, but surprisingly enough, Usher has the versatility to be both! On "Versus," I felt as if he wanted to show the world he can crossover to "pop" at anytime he wants to. My favorite tracks on the album are:

"Love Em All"
"DJ Got Us Falling In Love"
"Hot Toddy"
"Lay You Down"
"There Goes My Baby" (even though the radio has OBLITERATED any of my interest in the song now---overkill of the song)
"Get In My Car"
"Somebody To Love"

I do not consider myself a fan of Usher, but I do enjoy his music. Over the years, I feel as though Usher has developed an egotistical persona about him, but not to the point where he has abandoned his idea of what music should be. Honestly, the only disappointment was the fact that his album was extremely short. I feel as though Usher should have had a few more tracks on this album, but overall...it wasnt bad at all! Wonderful job Usher! Me gusta!
HASH(0x9c78c2a0) étoiles sur 5 Lust, Love and Heat dominate straight forward Versus EP 24 août 2010
Par Njai - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Even though it has only been five months since the release of "Raymond V. Raymond," Usher has done the right thing by not resting on hits like "OMG," "Lil Freak" and "Hey Daddy (Daddy's Home")." Singing "I'll be knocking till you let me in" on "Versus" ("Stranger"), Usher comes hard with a nine track disc filled with at least seven previously unreleased songs and one of his strongest singles to date ("There Goes My Baby").

Seemingly obsessed with Hot & Cold throughout the effort, as he spends much time talking about keeping his love interest warm on a cold and lonely night ("When you're cold, I want to be the one that keeps you warm; I'm so cold that I need a hot tottie"), Usher kicks off "Versus" (EP) with what you could call `The Trinity' -- three songs that will make you want to pick up the album or at least download them.

"Love Em All" leads with the newly single father of two declaring "Ladies Get In Line, I'm gonna take you back to school". Credited to Esther Dean and Prettyboifresh, among others, "Love Em All" is like Usher's official press release -- "I'm a free to get at every girl kind of guy". In case you didn't understand that, Usher breaks it down on "Love Em All," singing "lately I've been an oh I'm in love kind of guy, now I'm a single, beat it up kind of guy."

`Hot Tottie," a song released earlier this month (Aug. 6), is the defining track on "Versus" however. Following "Love Em All" and the equally club friendly "I'm single and ready to party" lead single "DJ Got Us Falling In Love (Polow Da Don), "Hot Tottie" features contributions from Esther Dean and Jay-Z, the latter adding lines like "Big ballin' is my hobby, so much they think I'm down with the Illuminati" -- "my watch do illuminate, my pockets are Gottie but, I'm God ya'll better ask somebody".

Picking up where he left off on "Love Em All" Usher goes beyond "I'm so cold, you're the hot tottie," singing "I'm a wild boy, you tryin' to tame me baby -- claiming you're a bad bit*h, show me baby" on "Hot Tottie." One of his best singles to date, comparable to the equally daring "Lil Freak" (feat. Nicki Minaj), Usher is at his best on the chorus singing "I'm like ooh kimosabe, your body is my hobby, we freakin', this ain't cheating, as long as we tell nobody. Tell your girls you leaving, I'll meet you in the lobby.. I`m so cold that I need a Hot Tottie".

Taking a break from the club, Usher slows it down on "Lay You Down." Produced by Rico Love, also behind "There Goes My Baby," "Lay You Down" is not Usher's best but nonetheless is a solid effort with him utilizing his falsetto singing "This ain't bump and grind, I'll show you what love is if you let me lay you down".

The remainder of "Versus" includes previously released singles "Somebody To Love (Remix) with Justin Bieber and the June/July 2010 hit "There Goes My Baby". While Usher does a solid job on the last song, "Stranger," a song produced by Drumma Boy with words like "Sorry you put your trust in strangers and they let you down and I'll be knocking till you let me in -- I want the title of your closest friend, I no longer want to be a stranger," the other two songs "Lingerie" and "Get In My Car" can be bypassed unless you're a freak for sexy lingerie or interested in hearing a long rap from Bun B and Usher stating "there's too many women in here to waste all my time on you -- what you going to do?" -- "You tuggin' my front, I'm squeezing your butt."

Overall, "Versus" is a solid effort worth a buy, or at least a (legal) download or two, after the success of "Raymond Vs. Raymond" and its diverse singles, including "Lil Freak" and "Papers". Afterall, Usher seems to wrap up this successful era on "Versus," letting it be known "If you not going to finish, don't start no stuff" ("Get In My Car").

If you must download, the stand outs are "Love Em All," "Hot Tottie,' "DJ Got Us Falling In Love," "Stranger" and "Lay You Down," that is if you've already downloaded or have "There Goes My Baby" on "Raymond V. Raymond".
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HASH(0x9c78c630) étoiles sur 5 Raymond VS Raymond continues... 24 août 2010
Par Nse Ette - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"Versus" is a 9 track EP by Usher, released about 5 months after his million selling "Raymond VS Raymond". Along with the sensual ballad "There goes my baby" (originally from Raymond VS Raymond") and a remix of Justin Bieber's rather cheesy upbeat Dance/Pop "Somebody to love", there are 7 new songs.

Leading the new songs is Usher's current US top 10 hit "DJ got us falling in love", a Techno-ish Dance number (with a perfunctory rap by Pitbull) in the vein of his recent US & UK #1 "OMG". Other standouts are "Hot tottie" which features Jay-Z and is skeletal with a booming bassline, "Lingerie" which is an upbeat Michael Jackson-channeling R&B number produced by Jam & Lewis, and the ballad "Stranger" with swirling synths which is similar to songs like "Burn" or "Moving mountains".

The other 3 songs are rather throwaway though, which is a shame as it seems just as he is stepping out of his comfort zone and trying something new, he rushes back to the safety of bland generic R&B sounds. 3 and a half stars.
HASH(0x9c78c768) étoiles sur 5 Versus 16 janvier 2011
Par D-Lord - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I have actually enjoyed this record! Usher has done it again! This album shows him connecting with his female fans. The newfound comfort is evident throughout the heavily sensual collection. This album is about more than sensuality. Given the wide range of songs he creates, He draws from different sources when writing. This EP is good enough to be purchased along with Raymond v. Raymond.
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