Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Color Me Badd|
Time and Chance
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
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Their Best Work By Far
C. Smith | Minnesota, USA | 02/18/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This album by far has included their best songs. I know some may disagree, because they started writing more of their own songs on their third and fourth albums, but if you've heard "Close to Heaven" then you would know just how close to heaven Time and Chance is. On this album Bryan, Kevin, Sam and KT really shine, and their talent is amazing. The remake of Kenny Rogers "Wildflower" is also amazing. And if you enjoy Bryan Abrams as the lead singer, you will really appreciate the strength and emotion he puts into the track called "Let Me Have It All"."
CMB's Best Work
italheartbraka | Fresh Meadows, NY United States | 10/06/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Without a doubt, this is Color Me Badd's top album. The songs on here are so powerful and moving, whether it be to make you get up and dance or to just sit and ponder life in general. I never listened to a cd that made me think of so many different aspects of my life before. "Close to Heaven" and "How Deep" are beautiful songs. I wish I can find a girl in that makes me feel the words in those songs. "Rosanna's Little Sister" has a good beat and brings up a typical scenario for guys - "What do you do when the girl you are dating has a hot younger sister that you are attracted to greatly and also likes you too?" "Choose" and "Time and Chance" round out the best songs. The other songs are good also, just not, in my opinion, as of the same quality of the five I have mentioned. Definite Buy."
Carltouis Stevenson | Angeles Mesa, Los Angeles | 05/17/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Sophomore effort following strong debut Time And Chance was a proper title for Color Me Badd's second coming. Beginning this album off with "Intro (Ecclesiastes 9:11)" tied well with the album's concept and the first song, lead single and title track which was produced by rap producer DJ Pooh who also produces "Groovy Now" which is a groovy sexy crooning tune. These two songs alone arguably are the strength of this LP. Color Me Badd had their hands on the creativity of this album writing eight of the seventeen songs and either producing or co-producing seven of the seventeen. "Let Me Have It All" is a combination of pop and R&B with drum patterns of hip-hop/rap. With strong influence of an early Prince tune, "Rosanna's Little Sister" has a guitar that would be impossible to resist. "How Deep" follows the format for the popular boy band dance song. The vocals found on "In The Sunshine" resemble a George Michael feel good song with horns blowing feeling like a celebration to remember. The album quickly takes on a classic approach with "The Bells" and their rendition of "Wildflower" which shows the group's versatility and range to appeal. Time And Chance concludes with a more spiritual revelation with "God Is Love" and "Let Love Rule (God Is Love Outro)" which should have been an interlude within the album instead of concluding it with its acoustic light aura. CMB definitely has talent, but less filler would have made this a better collection of songs, but it is still a timely piece."