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Strong Debut By A Strong Group...
Knyte | New York, NY | 02/26/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"...when 112 hit the scene around the summer of 1996, it was all about the "Only You: Remix", featuring the late, great Notorious B.I.G. and Ma$e. When I bought the album, (after having to go to three different stores in the Santa Barbara area - they were all sold out) I was expecting more hot joints like "Only You". Well, I was pleasantly surprised.The album is actually very mellow - and to be honest, almost to the point of being boring. Don't get me wrong, I like it (hence the four stars) but you really have to be in the mood to be relaxed to appreciate this album, otherwise it will put you to sleep, which can be a good thing when life gets a bit hectic. Besides the hits "Cupid", "Only You" and "Come See Me", I actually liked "In A Little While" a lot - it's actually my favorite 112 song of all time...it was produced by the same team that brought us Jon B's "They Don't Know"...So, cop this album; I certify it as 'Guaranteed Satisfaction', especially if you want to relax, or need some soothing sounds for those intimate moments with a loved one...I love it."
Such a lovely album........
Lil' Smooches | Long Island, NY | 12/06/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This album is a great album, considering that this is their first album. Of cource they had some insight before they did this album like working on Faith's and Total's first album (read the inside covers, everyone). At least with 112, you can hear all four of them and not raise the question "can so and so sing?" (like you would with Dru Hill). With songs like Cupid, Only You, Pleasure & Pain (my favorite), and Come See Me, 112 has talent and they proved it to you. Smooches..."
One of the best slow jam albums of all time.
Lil' Smooches | 07/09/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"How can you possibly go wrong with this CD. Every song from top to bottom is a classic. I bought this CD years ago and it still plays in my cd player. I believe every song anyone can relate to whether it's love, sorrow, or heartbreak. If you don't have this CD, do yourself a favor and buy it. You won't hear a classic R&B album like this for years to come."