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Home Again
New Edition, R Kelley, Jaddge Edge
Home Again
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Blues, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
 
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Has some surface marks but plays well. Buy with confidence--see my feedback. Thanks and enjoy this great CD!

      
   
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All Artists: New Edition, R Kelley, Jaddge Edge, Mario
Title: Home Again
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 24
Label: Mca
Original Release Date: 9/10/1996
Release Date: 9/10/1996
Album Type: Collector's Edition
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Blues, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
Styles: Contemporary Blues, Contemporary R&B, Soul, New Jack
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 008811148027, 0008811148027

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Has some surface marks but plays well. Buy with confidence--see my feedback. Thanks and enjoy this great CD!

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Dwight M. (Dewey) from RUTLAND, MA
Reviewed on 8/28/2006...
Used for DJing. Only played a couple of times.
Melissa L. from CROFTON, MD
Reviewed on 8/11/2006...
This CD has never been opened.

CD Reviews

New Edition lived up to their highly anticipated reunion.
02/15/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"New Edition waited a decade to release a reunion album with all six members, but the wait was well worth it. They sought the help of producers Puff Daddy and Jermaine Dupri to handle the hip-hop grooves, but it was former N.E. Heartbreak producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis that made this album reach it's highest points. "I'm Still In Love With You" and "One More Day" were by far the smoothest and most powerful of the tracks showing Jam and Lewis' unparalled writing abilities at their best as well as showing Ralph Tresvant and Ricky Bell's matured harmonizing skills. I only wish Jam and Lewis had written and produced a few more tracks on the album. A lot of conflict surrounded New Edition when they attempted there reunion because of Bobby Brown's tiresome mis-haps and his dissing the group, but that took nothing away from the quality of the album. All in all, New Edition "Home Again" was a great album and I only hope they will reunite again one day because they are one of the greatest R&B groups of all time."
Six strong, and nothing can stop them....
R. Tolliver | Grand Rapids, MI USA | 03/01/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The Heart Break album was an R&B classic, don't get me wrong. But Home Again was a New Edition album that has been coming for years. The best part about this album is that Bobby, Ricky, and Johnny have all had success outside of the group, and are no longer content to let Ralph carry the majority of the leads. On this album, N.E. comes across as more of a group, rather than "Ralph Tresvant and the Pips." Everyone is in top form for this album, but they could have chosen different producers(Levert & Dupri were not needed), or just had Jam & Lewis do another song or two. Ralph, as always, is in top form on this one. Bobby Brown returns, and gives the album his own attitude, charisma, and energy. His voice is 50 times stronger now than when he left the group. Ricky, while still incredibly nasily, shows potential (the end of "I'm Still In Love With You"). Johnny gill, while not given enough spotlight, sang just enough to let people know who is still the top dog in this collective. The man is untouchable. Ron and Mike are full blown rappers now, and I'm glad that they've found a way to have a voice in the group, not being strong singers. This album is incredible, and should not be missed. The song "Home Again' is enough to buy this album alone!(The note Johnny hits on the bridge in his chest voice is stunning.) N.E. remains one of the best groups of all time, and now, everyone can shine."