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5ive: The Album
5ive
5ive: The Album
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
 
  •  Track Listings (18) - Disc #1

New Single CD Version of Aussie Import. Features Exclusive Artwork. Contains Two Bonus Tracks 'You and I'& 'Can You Jam'.

      
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All Artists: 5ive
Title: 5ive: The Album
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Bmg Int'l
Original Release Date: 1/1/1999
Re-Release Date: 8/24/1999
Album Type: Extra tracks, Import
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Styles: Dance Pop, Adult Contemporary, Teen Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 743216625321

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Album Details
New Single CD Version of Aussie Import. Features Exclusive Artwork. Contains Two Bonus Tracks 'You and I'& 'Can You Jam'.
 

CD Reviews

Terrific CD
Weather Warden | 12/27/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This CD ROCKS! I bought the American version a long time ago. This is even better. The two bonuses and the hidden track make it all worthwhile!"
This is the version I have... EXCELLENT
Weather Warden | Auckland, NZ | 08/24/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I've been searching for this on amazon.com to review for absolutely ages (about four years over four different accounts), and finally under my best going username I've found it so I can review it! Yahoo! This is the Australian/NZ version of 5ive's normally brilliant debut album. With these two bonus tracks, it's even better. Don't let the 55 track thing put you off, it's way to hide the secret track "Switch" at track #55. Here is my rundown of each track: (I've done a review of the European version of this CD, and my opinions have changed, so it won't hurt, will it?)1. Slam Dunk (Da Funk)
Five's ever great debut single. Listening to this song brings back memories! It was out in 1998, so long ago (I was only 11, I'm 16 now). This is catchy, with a great sing along chorus. 4/5
2. When the Lights Go Out
I love this song! It was the debut American single and the second single everywhere else. I love Abs' ablibs at the beginning and I get the chorus stuck in my head constantly. This is the version of the song with J rapping, not Abs. 5/5
3. Everybody Get Up
Fourth single for the boys. This song contains a sample from Joan Jett's "I Love Rock And Roll", and it sounds fantastic! The chorus is sooooo catchy (they have this simple dance routine for it) and J is a great rapper. 5/5
4. Got the Feelin'
Such a happy song! You'll get the 'na na na na' part stuck in your head, and the chorus too. This was the third single, and this is great for listening to on the beach or at a party. 5/5
5. It's the Things You Do
MY FAVOURITE! This has been my favourite Five song since 1998! It's never changed, 6 years later. This is the European version, and I prefer the American version of the song. But this still rocks. I love the raunchy lyrics and the bridge. I also love the middle 8, with the slow singing. 5,000,000/5
6. Human [The Five Remix]
I heard the original last year, and it was rubbish. This is much better. Five have added their own flavour to the original ballad, by adding a whole new part to it "Five boys in the house check it out". Abs sings it and it sounds great. It's the best part of the song. 4.5/5
7. Until the Time Is Through
Aww! I love this ballad. It was my favourite on the album before I got this Australian version (I had the European version before my Mum bought me this version.. the Euro version is down the bottom of my CD collection somewhere collecting dust). Ritchie and Scott sound lovely singing the lead vocals. I love the video too. This is beautiful but I prefer "You and I". 5/5
8. Satisfied
The first mediocre track we've come across so far. This has nice music and it's great to hear Sean singing, but this is bland. 3/5
9. Partyline 555-On-Line
Love the lyrics in this. It's so catchy! I love the bridge, with the "short skirts, high heels and leather" line. J does a funny rap and the chorus will stick in your head. Definitely partylicious! 5/5
10. That's What You Told Me
This is a girlfriend dumping song, where the guys tell their girlfriends that they've hurt them. The whole entire song is really catchy, but I like "It's All Over" better. 4.5/5
11. It's All Over
The continuation of "That's What You Told Me". This is better then the latter. I love the jazz at the beginning and I had the chorus in my head for a week. You'll like it on first listen. 5/5
12. Don't You Want It
Oooh! This is very naughty, ... and raunchy! But I love it! This is my third favourite song on the album. Scott sounds good on this song, but I think I'd like it even better if Ritchie sung lead vocals (hehe I love Ritchie!). 5/5
13. Shake
This was the second song at Five's Auckland concert in 2000 (I went, it was the best night of my entire life), and it rocks! I love the funny lyrics and the chorus. 4.5/5
14. Cold Sweat
This song has weird lyrics, that I can't explain. But I love the "down, you're burning me down" part in the middle and the chorus. 5/5
15. Straight up FunkThis is REALLY catchy (I know you're getting sick of me saying that, but it's true), with great music and a catchy bridge from J. 4.5/5
16. My Song
The only other medicore song on the album along with "Satisfied". J and Abs do the entire song with no help from Scott, Ritchie or Sean. It has a cool chorus, though. 3/5
17. You and I
Awwwwwww, this is my FAVOURITE Five ballad EVER (but I also love Closer To Me and Invincible). I LOVE THIS SONG! This is my second favourite on the album. They should have included it on the normal album, not as a bonus track. Sean and Scott have lead vocals and I love the music and the lyrics. 5/5
18. Can You Jam
Another bonus track, this is really funky and catchy. You'll be singing along in no time. 5/5
55. Switch
This is really good for a party. The guys sing the word "Switch" and everytime they do, the music changes. It's really, really cool. Flip all the way to track 55 (go backwards from 1 to get there, it's easier) and listen away! 5/5Favourite songs in order:1. It's The Things U Do
2. You And I
3. Don't You Want It
4. It's All Over
5. Until The Time Is ThroughI love this CD. It's better value then the American or European version and has more tracks, and two bonuses not avaliable anywhere. ..."