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Justin Timberlake
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, R&B
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Aussie edition of debut solo album from *NSYNC lad, featuring collaborations with the hottest urban stars including The Neptunes, Timbaland & Janet Jackson. Includes the bonus track 'Worthy Of' (not available on the US ...  more »


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All Artists: Justin Timberlake
Title: Justified
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 3
Label: Sony/Bmg Int'l
Release Date: 11/18/2002
Album Type: Import
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, R&B
Styles: Dance Pop, Adult Contemporary, Teen Pop, Contemporary R&B
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1


Album Description
Aussie edition of debut solo album from *NSYNC lad, featuring collaborations with the hottest urban stars including The Neptunes, Timbaland & Janet Jackson. Includes the bonus track 'Worthy Of' (not available on the US version). Jive. 2002.

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CD Reviews

Fresh Beats, Fresh Voice
meticode | USA | 10/24/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)

"JT's album is a great solo debut. Breaking away from the soda "pop" 'N Sync style. The album features great production from the Neptunes and Timbaland. Also the album has some silent song production from Brian McKnight. Bubba Sparxxx is featured on a track to spice up the album with some hip-hop rap. There's not doubt Timberlake still has that pop-style with him. But he's mixed and meshed it with some great beats, some R&B tunes, and some hip-hop. A different, but great buy for 'N Sync/Timberlake fans.01. Senorita **
02. Like I Love You ***
03. (Oh No) What You Got ****
04. Take It From Here **
05. Cry Me A River *****
06. Rock Your Body ***
07. Nothing' Else **
08. Last Night **
09. Still On My Brain ***
10. (And She Said) Take My Now (Featuring Timbaland) ****
11. Right For Me (Featuring Bubba Sparxxx) *****
12. Let's Take A Ride ****
13. Never Again ***
14. Worth Of (Bonus Track) ***"
Justin T. Proves Going Solo Was "Justified"
L. Dunham | Tucson, Arizona, USA | 06/27/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Obviously Caleigh (see below) didn't listen to the CD carefully enough. While I don't have the European version, Justin's American version of "Justified" rocks! The lyrics and dance beats are hot and Justin's voice is right on the mark. Even the slow songs sound amazing, which is no surprise to *NSync fans who are used to Justin's smooth tenor voice.
The professional critics gave Justin high marks as well. While he does borrow some style from Michael Jackson (a mentor of his), he still makes the album his own. His singing ability on the album backs up its title, "Justified." And with the incredible amount of talent he possesses, we'll be seeing more merit-worthy albums from him in the future."
I'm in love with this CD!
B. Adewunmi | Atlanta, GA | 06/10/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

""Senorita" is so cool. It kinda brings you into the CD. As if it finds a beat in you. It's the first thing that will make you have a crush on Justin Timberlake.
"Like I Love You" is a beat box song. If you got a thing for guitars and drums. If you don't, you're going to like it anyway. I do.
"(Oh No)What You Got" is Timbaland's official mark on this CD. Nothing less than a hit, and with Justin's chose of words and teasing voice it's only one word "sexy!".
"Take It From Here" is a song ladies that you'll want your man singing for you when there's a "moment". (Justin is so sexy and sensitive. Britany Spears is so missing out.)
"Cry Me A River" really I don't need to say anything about this song! Hot HOt HOT!
"Rock Your Body" is a night club song. If you can dance, this is a song to compete against on.
"Nothin' Else" is a tribute to Stevie Wanders' genuis. Pharrell did another good job on this song. It's a relaxing song and Justin has a few Micheal Jackson vocal vibes in this song.
"Last Night" is the great song. I really can't say much more.
"Still On My Brain" at first doesn't sound like an appealing song but when it gets to the beat it's pretty coo ;^D But if it's about Britany then I'm pretty dispointed in my chances. :^P JP.
"(And She Said) Take Me Now" is nothing but less but a hot slash dancing slash Timbaland joy ride song. In a PG rating sense 8^D. The later part is a night club mix.
"Night For Me" is so naughty. Listen to the words, it's irresistable.
"Let's Take A Ride" is in a word nothing but: coo.
"Never Again". Ladies to hear Justin sing this it's pretty depressing. :^( But still it's a beautiful song"