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  • CD (25 octobre 1990)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000002PHV
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Cruel Prelude
  2. Don't Be Cruel
  3. My Perogative
  4. Roni
  5. Rock Wit'cha
  6. Every Little Step
  7. I'll Be Good To You
  8. Take It Slow
  9. All Day All Night
  10. I Really Love You Girl
  11. Cruel Reprise

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Plus que l'avènement d'un chanteur, Don't Be Cruel marque l'avènement d'un genre et de ses producteurs. En effet Don't Be Cruel est produit et arrangé par Babyface, L.A. Reid et Teddy Riley. Tous trois deviennent ensuite les faiseurs de sons patentés du R&B.

Encore nommé new jack ou new jack swing, le futur R&B ne se réclame pas encore du rhythm'n'blues des années 60 et 70. Le mélange de vocaux raps et de mélodies soul, ne touche alors qu'une clientèle ciblée même si le new jack est le mouvement le plus interréssant de la musique black de la fin des années 80. Le mouvement s'inspire largement des mélanges réalisés par Prince tout au long des années 80, jimmy Jam et Terry Lewis étant musiciens de The Time.

Don't Be Cruel se décompose d'ailleurs en deux "faces", l'une rythmée avec des titres comme « My Prerogative »« Don't Be Cruel » et « Roni »  qui sont non seulement des tubes mais des titres où la voix de Bobby Brown égale celle de Lionel Richie et autres ténors de la soul. La seconde partie de Don't Be Cruel est dominée par les tempos lents, les mélodies sirupeuses, qui vont devenir la partie la moins excitante du R&B, mais pas la moins "vendante".

Malgré sa voix, Bobby Brown disparaît vite derrière la production et les innovations rythmiques de ses producteurs, Don't Be Cruel est un caillou brillant sur le chemin de l'évolution musicale des vingt dernières années, alors que Bobby Brown est déjà oublié.


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Par Un client le 21 avril 2004
Format: Cassette
Bobby Brown est un des acteurs majeurs de la scène New Jack Swing. En 1988 lorsqu'il sort cet album il n'en est pas à son premier coup d'essai. Repéré par Maurice Starr, il crée avec trois autres copains le groupe New Edition en 1983. Trois ans plus tard il entame une carrière solo avec l'album "King of stage".(produit en partie par Larry Blackmon) Mais le succès viendra réellement avec cet album produit par Teddy Riley, Gene Griffin, L.a & Babyface ! La crème de la crème quoi. on y retrouve 5 hits : "Don't be cruel", "My prérogative" (n°1pendant 3 mois), "Roni", "Every Little Step" et "Rock wit'cha". 7 millions d'exemplaires vendu au total, surement le plus gros succès du New Jack Swing ! Il confirmera ce succès l'année suivante avec le titre "On our Own" tiré de la B.O de "S.O.S fantômes II", titre qui lui donnera pour la première fois un single de platine.
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HASH(0xad573138) étoiles sur 5 It Was His Prerogative. 8 juin 2003
Par The Groove - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If you weren't at least a teenager in the late 1980s, then you'll most likely have a hard time believing that Bobby Brown made headlines for his hits and not for his embarrassing run-ins with the law. In retrospect, the success of this former New Edition member wasn't supposed to happen and it surprised all parties involved--even Brown himself. After the flop album "King of Stage," Brown had one more chance to prove himself as a solo artist, and nobody was sure if "Don't Be Cruel" would be a hit. Fortunately for him, it was. It skyrocketed to Number One on the album charts, spawned a string of Top Ten hits, and his onstage dance moves made him a new teen heartthrob. What's more, "Don't Be Cruel" is credited as an album that helped put two things on the map: a) new jack swing and b) LA Reid & Babyface, the production team who did a handful of the material on this album. However, his most familiar single was the Gene Griffin/Teddy Riley-produced "My Prerogative," which is just as slammin' a new jack groove as anything Guy ever recorded. The hits "Every Little Step" (whose original album version is way better than the single remix, in my mind), "Roni," and the ballad "Rock Wicthca" are all bonafide jams that have that late-1980s r&b feel, while the album cut "I'll Be Good to You" also stands out pretty well. "Don't Be Cruel" isn't a perfect album, though. Brown's vocal style is limited and the second half of the album loses a bit of steam. But it's an overall fun r&b record that proves Brown did indeed have a life well before he made headlines as Mr. Whitney Houston.
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HASH(0xad57318c) étoiles sur 5 A landmark in R&B--fabulous album to this day! 7 avril 2005
Par Preston - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Bobby Brown's Don't Be Cruel album may be the reason we still talk about him today. This album matches quite well with his bad boy image and superb artistry that he brings to it. The album opens strongly with two powerhouse funky numbers in Don't Be Cruel and My Prerogative before shifting to two lush ballads in Roni and Rock Wit'cha. Every Little Step continues the funk. The other songs that weren't hits were also good, such as Take It Slow and I Really Love You. And while Britney Spears may have done My Prerogative late last year for her greatest hits album and it's okay, it's no contest to Bobby's more hardcore version! This album is like the prelude to what Usher's Confessions album did in 2004, something that had major crossover success on R&B, pop and dance circles. It really represented the new jack swing trend so very well with its charging beats and rhythms. It was a huge hit all throughout late 1988 and most of 1989. I think that Bobby's recent troubles haven't affected this album one bit. In fact, most people would rather hear Bobby's music than the typical news report on him. Myself included. Though some of Bobby's albums haven't sold as strong as this one, this was him at his highest level. LA and Babyface along with Teddy Riley and others produced a fabulous high class album with Don't Be Cruel. This is like the What's Going on of the late '80s, an album that's had a major effect on music culture and the R&B landscape. It is still a classic record to this day! I hope that Bobby returns back to the top soon!
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HASH(0xad5735c4) étoiles sur 5 EVERYBODY DONE FORGOT! 17 mars 2000
Par DAEs1999 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When Bobby Brown released this cd in June of 1988, just one week after his former group New Edition released their Heartbreak cd with his replacement member Johnny Gill, few expected it to even offer competition to the NE disc. 18 months later, at the close of 1989, the Don't Be Cruel had sold 7 million copies, spent weeks at #1 on the pop chart, yielded Brown 6 top 10 pop hits, including the #1 smash "My Prerogative," and most signifigantly ended up as the year's top r&band pop album. He was, and has been, one of only 3 black males to do so (M.Jackson & Lionel Ritchie being the other two.) Brown then was considered the king of r&b and was one of the first artists to bridge r&b with rap. Hard to believe it's been 10 yrs since Brown's heyday and even harder to believe that from those lofty heights then he is regarded as nothing more than a punchline now. Still, Don't Be Cruel remains required listening for any current r&b male star, Sisqo included, so as not to forget who trailblazed it. Kudos to wife Whitney, who reminded the world of Brown's contributions to hip hop,pop, and r&b. Bobby, rest assured, this is one fan who has not forgotten! Long live the king!
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HASH(0xad573990) étoiles sur 5 Every Little Step I Take...You Will Be There... 12 février 2004
Par Enlightened - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I don't remember what it was earlier this year ( prolly the radio ) talking about old Bobby Brown was about to drop again and how it would be better than `Don't Be Cruel'. I bust out laughing...I thought `Impossible...preposterous, ludicrous!" After all, this album was THE JOINT when it dropped. I don't care what anyone said if you didn't have this album you were an outsider, a joke, the laughing stock. IF you didn't know "Don't Be Cruel" by heart, forget about having friends.
"Ohoh, girl
As long as I've been givin' my love to you
You should be givin' me your love, too
But you just keep on actin' just like a fool
You know it ain't cool
Don't Be Cruel...cause I would never be that cruel to you...
Don't Be Cruel...girl you need to change your attitude!"
You know you had your little childhood relationship battles...I know you did. That was the jam...it was undeniable. `Roni' was equally the jam.
"My heart belongs to tenderoni ( she's my only love!)
She's My Only Love ( My Heart)
The truth about Roni, she's a sweet ol' girl
About the sweetest little girl in the whole wild world
She'll make the toughest homeboy fall deep in love
Said once you had a Roni you will never give her up
She's a special kind of girl that makes her daddy feel proud
You know the kinda girl that stands out in crowds
Found a tender roni and the Roni is so right
I think I'm gonna love her for the rest of my life"
WHAT!? Known by heart by many. And those were just the semi-jams. Don't forget about `My Prerogative', `Rock Witcha' and `Every Little Step'. Straight up JAMMIN. Funky, movin, grooving, and straight up smoove. The Hip Hop and R&B was PERFECTLY blended here and never since has it been surpassed...maybe equalized but not surpassed. Definitely (in my mind) the opal of the New Jack swing era. Bobby Brown - Don't Be Cruel...a MUST HAVE.
HASH(0xad573a74) étoiles sur 5 Bad Man 24 janvier 2015
Par Terry B - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Called the bad boy of R&B for a reason...and that reason is creating bad albums and songs, and like Run DMC said, not bad meaning bad but bad meaning good. Oh, let me go play Roni right now. And isn't Roni so much better than today's terminology: Bae and Thot? Bobby was a bad man, badder than Micheal.
~~Montage is author of The Women of Sugar Hill & Duggan, as well as producer of the upcoming documentary, Street Life: Changing Faces
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