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  • CD (12 décembre 2006)
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  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
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HASH(0x8d2bf198) étoiles sur 5 Don't Be fooled... American Idol can't touch this 13 décembre 2006
Par Geminiguy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
American Idol is good for something... putting singers that deserve it into the limelight. Fantasia is one of those deserving singers. Her voice, as unconvntional as it seems, is a perfect match for the music produced on this album.

Right from the get go, with "Hood Boy" her voice amasses a comanding presense as she pulls you into her sassy little world. Of course, the song is an interesting piece, but the real meat of this production is the mere fact that the majority of the album features songs that are not of the "throw away" nature. Maybe the sounds all seem similar to something else heard before... but when she throws in her amazing voice, the song suddenly morphs into something all hers.

"When I See You" is a pretty mid-tempo song with poetic lyrics and a favorite amoung reviewers seems to be "I Nominate U" which is justified because the song is pretty as well as racy. The positive message of "I Feel Beautiful" cannot be ignored and it is nice to listen to a woman sing about stuff such as this. "Two Weeks Notice" is a tongue in cheek break up song and effectively conveyed as she has the decency (not a requirement, I might add) to let her man know that she is leaving his unapreciative butt behind. I particularly like the "Bore Me" as she gets playful over hip hop friendly beats.

In my opinion, this album is much better than her debut and shows her as the true talented woman that she is. This effort only cements the fact that she won American Idol, proving that she deserves that victory without a doubt, but doesn't need the title or the show to remind people that she is a force to be reconned with. This is hot stuff... for sure.
14 internautes sur 18 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x8d2bf1ec) étoiles sur 5 Hot Like Fire 13 décembre 2006
Par Josh - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I am very pleased with Fantasia's sophmore effort. In my opinion there seems to be more depth and personality on it then her debut CD. Her voice sounds great and there is the perfect blend of club ready tracks along with some smooth R&B slow jams as well. I liked it from the first listen and just cannot stop listening to it.

Here is a track by track breakdown:

1. "Hood Boy" - This is the first single and it features Outkast's Big Boi. A VERY catchy and infectious song. Makes you want to tap your feet and bob your head. Her voice is great in this song. 5/5

2. "When I See U" - A great midtempo song with an excellent melody to it. Love it! 5/5

3. "I Nominate U" - A very nice "love" slow jam. Fantasia sounds great on this track. A good song for that special someone. A good song with a lot of feeling and soul in it. 5/5

4. "Baby Makin' Hips" - A good beat that makes you want to dance but, as you can see by the title the lyrics are not that great. "She's got them baby makin' hips" Hmmmmmmmm...ok. lol 3/5

5. "Not The Way That I Do" - LOVE IT!!! An excellent song! THis is a club banger through and through. Makes you want to hit the nearest dance floor...QUICK!! The chours is so catchy and infectious you will be singing along in no time. 5/5

6. "Only One U" - A good slow jam. Really like the lyrics. Great melody. 5/5

7. "I Feel Beautiful" - Another great slow jam. A really good message. The lyrics standout the most here. A more lyrically tame song. 4/5

8. "I'm Not That Type" - A good bumper!!!! Another great club banger! Such great beats! VERY catchy!! 5/5

9. "Uneligible" - Not a huge fan of this song. I cannot pin point exactly what it is. Maybe it's the horns in it, I am not sure. Just not a strong song on this CD. 2/5

10. "Two Weeks Notice" - A good slow-mid tempo jam. Nothng major really stands out about this song. A bit on the bland side. 3/5

11. "Surround U" - Not too thrilled about this song. The beat and the piano sound a bit out of place with the vocals. I don't care for it. 2/5

12. "Bore Me (Yawn)" - LOVE IT!! SO good and SO original. Fantasia sounds so good. Sounds a bit like a throwback tune mixed with a current R&B/Hip Hop sound and it's great!! 5/5

13. "Sunshine" - GREAT track! Good beat and great vocals. A solid beat with great lyrics and vocals. I like to crank this jam up!! 5/5

14. "Bump What Ya Friends Say" - Very old school sounding (Aretha, Gladys Knight etc...). A soulful, slower jam. Top notch!! 5/5

I am so glad that I purchased this CD. HOMERUN!

In my opinion so much more creative and original then her debut effort.

A must have!!!!
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HASH(0x8d2bf624) étoiles sur 5 Great Album 22 avril 2013
Par Nova - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is a great album from Fantasia. I think the only issue with it is that it wasn't marketed in the right way. I love some of ther tracks that have that old school edge to it, but then Fantasia has an old school edge to her persona anyway. This girl was MEANT to hsve a microphone in her hand. Check out her performances on YouTube and I swear you will be BLOWN away.
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HASH(0x8d2bf9f0) étoiles sur 5 Fantasia - 4.5 stars 24 mars 2007
Par Geminigirl - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I fell in love with the possibility of FANTASIA, the artist during her American Idol days and have not been disappointed thus far. Her debut album was a very good introduction but her live performances have been electrifying - Fantasia is an old school performer who puts her whole soul into every performance, grabs the audience by the heart and makes every person FEEL something (a la the great Patti LaBelle)!

It sucks that people aren't willing to accept her music for what it is - unfortunately Fantasia (who lets not forget is only 22 years old) has to walk a fine line between putting out music that American Idol fans will like but also trying to establish herself as a force in the r&b/pop field and make music that'll appeal to a broad audience.

In today's music environment, there are very few true singers with the courage to put music out there that is not the standard cookie-cutter formula for a hit (ie singers who are basically "hook girls" on their own singles while rappers run the show).

The tracks that stand out to me are:

HOOD BOY - I loved the jumpy scatted beats and her powerful vocals on this one

BORE ME (YAWN) - has an old school '70s soul sound; this is a very original sound that is unlike anything else I've heard thus far from other r&b divas (I hope they take a chance and release it as a single)

NOT THE WAY I DO - features heavy beats and Fantasia's sassy lyrics perfomed in the now familiar staccato rap/sung vocals similar to Beyonce (when she was with DC)

WHEN I SEE YOU, BUMP WHAT YA FRIENDS SAY, 2 WEEKS NOTICE & I FEEL BEAUTIFUL - are all ballads that feature really pretty musical arrangements & production that accompany Fantasia's restrained vocals - she does not oversing or hit too many glory notes on these tracks

UNELIGIBLE, BABY MAKING HIPS & SUNSHINE - tracks where the music production kind of overshadows her vocal performance BUT each track has such interesting and varied sounds that they have grown on me (out of the 3, UNELIGIBLE is the most interesting since it sounds like nothing being played on today's r&b scene)

The tracks that seemed more on the "filler" side to me are: SURROUND U; I NOMINATE U AND I'M NOT THAT TYPE - although the production side of SURROUND U & I'M NOT THAT TYPE are excellent, they both have catchy musical arrangements but the lyrics are "meh".

I was also really surprised by the tracks that Missy Elliott produced because I am not a fan of hers but she was able to get beautifully subtle performances out of Fantasia on the ballads and not drown out her vocals on the uptempo tracks by overproducing.

From the beautiful cover shots to her growth as a vocalist, FANTASIA is a step up from her debut album and shows that if given time and the ability to work with more gifted songwriters in the future, Fantasia is an artist who I will continue to support and enjoy.

PS: I wish her all the success in the world with her upcoming Broadway debut in 'The Color Purple'!!
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HASH(0x8d2bf99c) étoiles sur 5 Strong, strong second album 16 décembre 2006
Par Michael Brent Faulkner, Jr. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Fantasia to me was one of the best, freshest voices that the American Idol series ever had. Sure she faced the adversity of having a child out of wedlock and later the adversity of not being able to read very well but I personally think that Fantasia has overcome those adversities and any others very well. She has written a book, starred as herself in a made for television movie based upon the book, had a number of guest singing based with the likes of Lyfe Jennings (on the single version of "Hypothetically")and Missy Elliott (on her COOKBOOK album). She's also appeared on the Luther Vandross tribute album SO AMAZING as well as making appearances at the BET Awards, Billboard Music Awards and other things. Most important is her voice is unlike many others in the business making her a mix between the soulful Aretha Franklin, the dynamic Patti LaBelle, and others. Attributed specifically to her followup self-titled album, Fantasia's voice has grown raspier, more soulful, and "looser" making FANTASIA stronger than the excellent FREE YOURSELF in a number of ways.

Sure FREE YOURSELF was the "door opener" for what should be a fruitful, long lasting career, but FANTASIA extends upon that ideal a couple of more notches. The album opens up with a burst of energy through first single "Hood Boy" (featuring Big Boi of Outkast) which features a great Supremes sample. The track features a quasi singing, quasi-hip hop performance by Fantasia, but when she ad libs she sounds in her element. Whether "Hood Boy" will become a hit is questionable, which is unfortunate, but it is one of the most unique R&B singles of the year and the video clip is just as cool. Perhaps just as good if not better than "Hood Boy" is the great urban sounding "When I See U", perhaps one of Fantasia's best and most convincing performances. The track has a quiet soulful feel that strikes the listener as both soulful and yet contemporary. The production is immaculate and listening to the quiet, yet robust soul "Tasia" gives off on this track you have to wonder where that power comes from!

"I Nominate U" isn't as good as the first two tracks, but it is definitely solid and has a very urban feel to it, something that I think works in Fantasia's favor here. "Baby Makin' Hips" comes out of nowhere being catchy with the repetitive chorus and the soulful sample employed. it is alas another standout. Things cool down slightly with the overwrought "Not The Way That I Do" where Kwame's production may be just a bit too much. After several listens though the track does grow on you. "Only One U" is OK, but not as hypnotic as any of the best tracks on FANTASIA.

"I Feel Beautiful" is a must for adult-R&B/adult contemporary radio. It is the perfect track because you can tell the aim for the track is an older more mature R&B audience who favor the music of Babyface, Anita Baker, Freddie Jackson, Aretha, and others. It is simply beautiful and a very inspirational track as you can scan through the undertones that it is referring to Fantasia's experiences in life. I think that people will relate to this track more than any other in some respects.

"I'm Not That Type" features the bombastic production work of standout Swizz-Beatz who has had a pronounced presence throughout hip-hop and R&B in 2006. It is catchy and solid, though maybe not as solid as "Hood Boy" or "When I See U". "Uneligible" is good, though not great, but the neo-soul gem "Two Weeks Notice" makes up for any flawed tracks. It is perhaps Fantasia's most soulful performance on the album as well as her most soulful ever. It is catchy, well written, and definitely well performed. "Two Weeks Notice" is that track that makes you look at some of the catchy, yet rediculous hits of our time and makes you laugh and ask "why?".

"Surround U", "Bore Me (Yawn"), and "Sunshine" are all average or above average, but the album ends on a strong note with the great "Bump What Ya Friends Say" which features the rich alto background vocals of Missy Elliott. It is a great way to end an impressive album and that is what Fantasia is. It isn't perfect, but it is pretty damn close. 4 stars Fantasia!
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