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    TLC's anthems of respect and empowerment stood out above all others ... genre-defining pioneers. - Guardian

    Having largely stepped back from the public eye since the tragic passing of Lisa 'Left Eye' Lopes, the group is now ready to return to the spotlight. A Kickstarter campaign was launched to contribute towards recording the new album and became the most-funded in the company's history, with the likes of Katy Perry amongst the first to donate.

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    1. No Introduction
    2. Way Back
    3. It's Sunny
    4. Haters
    5. Perfect Girls
    6. Interlude
    7. Start a Fire
    8. American Gold
    9. Scandalous
    10. Aye Muthafucka
    11. Joy Ride
    12. Way Back (Extended Version)
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    CrazySexyCool

    On their second album, TLC downplay their overt rap connections, recording a smooth, seductive collection of contemporary soul reminiscent of both Philly soul and Prince, powered by new jack and hip-hop beats. Lisa Lopes contributes the occasional rap, but the majority of CrazySexyCool belongs to Tionne Watkins and Rozonda Thomas. While they aren't the most accomplished vocalists -- they have a tendency to be just slightly off-key -- the material they sing is consistently strong. As the cover of Prince's ''If I Was Your Girlfriend'' indicates, TLC favor erotic, mid-tempo funk. Yet the group removes any of the psychosexual complexities of Prince's songs, leaving a batch of sexy material that just sounds good, especially the hit singles. Both ''Creep'' and ''Red Light Special'' have a deep groove that accentuates the slinky hooks, but it's ''Waterfalls,'' with its gently insistent horns and guitar lines and instantly memorable chorus, that ranks as one of the classic R&B songs of the '90s.
    LP1
    1. Intro-Iude
    2. Creep
    3. Kick Your Game
    4. Diggin' on You
    5. Case of the Fake People
    6. CrazySexyCool - Interlude
    7. Red Light Special
    8. Waterfalls


    LP2
    1. Intermission-lude
    2. Let's Do it Again
    3. If I Was Your Girlfriend
    4. Sexy-Interlude
    5. Take Our Time
    6. Can I Get a Witness - Interlude
    7. Switch
    8. Sumthin' Wicked This Way Comes

    TLC
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  • The Truth The Truth Quick View

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    The Truth

    Most people are not ready for the truth, but Cherish is. These four singing sisters (Farrah, Neosha, Felisha and Farron King) who hit it big in 2006 with the dance hit Do It to It from the Gold-certified album, Unappreciated, are positive that you are ready as well. Their sophomore project introduces a group of young women who have found their unique place in a field full of duplicates and manufactured stars.


    The potent first single Killa, produced by Don Vito and featuring rapper Yung Joc, is rhythmically robust and vocally arresting. Cherish is hardly new to the game. In fact, both of their parents are musicians and their father, who doubles as their manager, was a part of Pop (Professions of Sounds) who once toured with the legendary Earth, Wind & Fire. Replacing the sugary pop confections of the past are confessional R&B jams with scorching lyrics and equally blistering music. There is not one song on this album where we are not singing our hearts out, says Felisha without hesitation. We are focused on delivering real R&B, says an equally confident Farrah, We want to be taken as seriously as En Vogue, Sister Sledge, TLC and Destinys Child. We are here to stay.

    1. Killa (featuring Yung Joc)
    2. Notice
    3. Like A Drum
    4. Superstar
    5. Framed Out
    6. Trippin'
    7. Before U Were My Man
    8. Only One
    9. Love Sick
    10. Shoe Fanatic
    11. Silly
    Cherish
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    StereoType A

    It wasn't so long ago that New York-based Japanese duo Cibo Matto (Miho Hatori and Yuka Honda) were simply a fun, gimmicky East Village outfit who performed on Casio keyboards and sang almost exclusively about their favorite foods. As such, the band's major-label debut album Viva! La Woman was sugary, but not really substantive--a clear-cut example of Eastern culture endearingly misinterpreting Western music.


    But Cibo Matto has come a long way since penning songs like Know Your Chicken, Beef Jerky, and Birthday Cake. Stereotype A is a mature, instrumentally rich album that sees the group break the novelty mold and achieve recognition for compelling songwriting and interesting arrangements. On Stereotype Cibo Matto incorporates such styles as electropop, bossa nova, soul, hip-hop, and butt-waggling funk, expressing a dizzying range of influences that include TLC, Ice Cube, Luscious Jackson, Antonio Carlos Jobim, and Isaac Hayes. --Jon Wiederhorn

    LP 1
    1. Working for Vacation
    2. Spoon
    3. Flowers
    4. Lint of Love
    5. Moonchild
    6. Sci-Fi Wasabi
    7. Clouds
    8. Speechless


    LP 2
    1. King of Silence
    2. Backseat
    3. Blue Train
    4. Sunday Part 1
    5. Sunday, Part 2
    6. Stone
    7. Mortming
    8. Country

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    X-Communicate

    Sometimes you have to rip it up and start again. It was a tough
    call for Dee Dee. Dum Dum Girls was her guise for most of a
    decade, an outlet through which she's crafted a resonant,
    instantly-identifiable body of work. Over the course of three
    albums, four EPs, and an array of singles, Dum Dum Girls
    morphed from the girl-group-gone-bad moves of their 2010
    debut, I Will Be, to the plush noir-pop of 2014's Too True, a dark
    heart burning bright. But as her music evolved, she found that for
    many she would be forever refracted through the prism of Dum
    Dum Girls' early work: retro-leaning female harmonies, a
    backdrop of lo-fi, fuzzed up guitars.


    In 2015, she decided to shed her skin, ditching Dee Dee for her
    real name, Kristin, and adding Kontrol. It was a spontaneous idea
    that resonated. The challenge was to start fresh, go further back
    into her relationship to music. Sweep all her loves together into
    one genreless experience. "The first music I felt was mine was
    classic 80s pop and 90s R&B, from Tiffany, Janet Jackson and
    Madonna to TLC, SWV, and Aaliyah," she says. "But for years I
    was hellbent on the rock'n'roll thing, revering Joan Jett, Patti
    Smith, Chrissie Hynde, -- a rebellion against her classical vocal
    training -- but I was like, fuck it, I'm just going to try it all. I'm
    going to pretend I'm Kate Bush covering Mariah.


    Refocused and inspired, Kristin wrote 62 songs, whittled the list
    to ten for X-Communicate, and finished the album with the help
    of new producers Kurt Feldman (who had produced her Christmas
    single a few years back) and Andrew Miller (who played
    guitar on the first Dum Dum Girls album and had joined the band
    in its last incarnation).


    Arguably the biggest shift, beyond the music itself, is that as
    Kristin Kontrol she tells her stories using a sonic palette splashed
    with bold pop melodies, her vocals showcasing a range hitherto
    unexplored on record. The songs that emerge from Kristin's
    universe -- a menagerie of new wave and R&B, European synth
    pop, and experimental disco -- are both familiar and unique,
    using genre rather than adhering to it, with a distinct nod to the
    present. It may be a leap into the unknown, but "little risk means
    little reward," as Karen O once counseled her. I feel free. I kind
    of excommunicated myself. Even if I have to rebuild my whole
    career, I'd rather work hard than feel stagnant. I feel excited
    again, and that's priceless.

    1. Show Me
    2. White Street
    3. (Don't) Wannabe
    4. X-Communicate
    5. Skin Shed
    6. Drive the Night
    7. What is Love
    8. Face 2 Face
    9. Going thru the Motions
    10. Smoke Rings
    Kristin Kontrol
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