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Stay The Same
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
A veteran at 26, McIntyre is just one New Kid moving back to the block this year: he joins Jordan Knight in the quest for solo credibility in the age of 'N Sync and Backstreet Boys, and he has already shown promise with th... more »
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A veteran at 26, McIntyre is just one New Kid moving back to the block this year: he joins Jordan Knight in the quest for solo credibility in the age of 'N Sync and Backstreet Boys, and he has already shown promise with the success of this disc's uplifting title ballad. His voice has definitely matured since his bubble-gum days and, thankfully, so has the music. McIntyre cowrote and produced most of the album's tracks. With its boy-woos-girl, boy-gets-girl, boy-loses-girl themes, Stay the Same reads very much like a concept album. The fans will lap up ballads such as "I Cried," "The Way That I Loved You," and the melodramatic "Without Your Love," but it's the uptempo numbers "Give It Up," "We Can Get Down" (both produced by ex-New Kid Donnie Wahlberg), and "I Love You Came Too Late" that will have you humming along before you realize it. --Rebecca Wallwork
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Natalie D. from SAN MATEO, CA
Reviewed on 8/27/2006...
Great songs for a Joey McIntyre fan.
Former New Kid makes good.
Steven W. Hasting | TULSA, OKLA., USA | 11/02/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Little Joey Joe has grown up and so has his talent. The first solo album is a really good start. Standouts are "Stay The Same" and "I Love You Came Too Late". There really is not a bad track on the album. I loved Joe's voice back when he was in NKOTB, after it matured of course, and it's even better now."