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Adults Only: The Final Album
Aaron Hall
Adults Only: The Final Album
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
 
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All Artists: Aaron Hall
Title: Adults Only: The Final Album
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Head Start Music Grp
Release Date: 7/26/2005
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
Styles: Soul, New Jack
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 825346990729
 

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Aaron Hall's final solo album?
R. Tolliver | Grand Rapids, MI USA | 07/29/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"That's what Aaron would have us believe. It really is a shame if this really is Aarons final album, because as this album reiterates, Aaron Hall is the godfather of hip-hop soul(with GUY partners Teddy Riley and Damion Hall). Anyways, as far as the album, I probably would have given this album 3 or 3.5 stars, but Aaron's voice lifted the album to a 4. The man is an incredible singer, but like most R&B singers of his calibar ( Johnny Gill, Wayna Morris, Mark Middleton), the material doesn't match the quality of the voice. The production isn't bad, but most of the songs just come off as you average, run-of-the-mill cliched R&B.

A couple of tracks lift this album of the ground, foremost among them, is Aaron's remake of Eric Clapton's "Tears from Heaven". It probably wont' top the original (I've never heard it before), but Aaron and guest star K-Ci from Jodeci sang the mess out of that song. Talk about soulful! Another good joint is the bonus track, "Betta Watch your Girl" which has a great beat and could easily be a club hit. Other noteable songs are "Sorry", "Hands On Me", "Still Here", "All I Think About is you", and strangely enough "Bout That" which is a reggae styled song. It sounds weird at first, but eventually it grows on you.

Overall, great effort by Aaron. Even though that material is bland, and cliched, the man is still one of the greatest singers of his generation. Here's hoping for another Guy reunion so we can hear Mr. Hall do his thing one more time."
Nuff respect due!
sna2ke | 09/14/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I was reading the first review and i had to comment. First off let us get one thing straight. AH is the creator of this Nastyman style SO many others{even R KELLY} have copied their styles from. I ain't mad at others for copying but this album shows off AH's incredible vocal SKILLS and blows any of the other vocalists away. Songs like sorry, still here, all i think about and video show off AH's nastyman style as well as his vocal power. Uptempos are catchy and very different from stale everyday radio nonsense. And the real GEM on this album is the SEXY love making classic "OH". This song should get AIRPLAY and AH would get respect he deserves!AH might not get as much airplay as the other R&B artist, but this album shows that he still has the pipes and deserves the respect as the creator of this sexy style of music others are seeing rewards from."
THANK YOU AARON HALL
NinaHi | Texas | 08/10/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The nasty man is at his best with adults only.The cd has it all from start to finish.I would rate this cd 10 stars.I hope Mr. Hall gets the credit he deserves for this is a masterpiece."