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Get Up on It
Keith Sweat
Get Up on It
Genres: Pop, R&B
  •  Track Listings (14) - Disc #1

1. Interlude (How Do You Like It?) (LP Version) — Keith Sweat — 0:30 — 2. How Do You Like It? (Part 1) (LP Version) — Keith Sweat — 4:33 — 3. It Gets Better (LP Version) — Keith Sweat — 3:44 — 4. Get Up On It (Featuring Kut Klose) ...  more »


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All Artists: Keith Sweat
Title: Get Up on It
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 3
Label: Elektra / Wea
Original Release Date: 6/28/1994
Release Date: 6/28/1994
Genres: Pop, R&B
Styles: Contemporary R&B, Soul, Quiet Storm
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 075596155021, 081227006860


Product Description
1. Interlude (How Do You Like It?) (LP Version)
Keith Sweat
2. How Do You Like It? (Part 1) (LP Version)
Keith Sweat
3. It Gets Better (LP Version)
Keith Sweat
4. Get Up On It (Featuring Kut Klose) (LP Version)
Keith Sweat Featuring Kut Klose
5. Feel So Good (LP Version)
Keith Sweat
6. How Do You Like It? (Part 2) (Gangsta Mix)
Keith Sweat
7. Intermission Break (LP Version)
Keith Sweat
8. My Whole World
Keith Sweat
9. Grind On You (LP Version)
Keith Sweat
10. When I Give My Love (LP Version)
Keith Sweat
11. Put Your Lovin' Through The Test (Featuring Roger Troutman) (LP Version)
Keith Sweat (Featuring Roger Troutman)
12. Telephone Love (LP Version)
Keith Sweat
13. Come Into My Bedroom (LP Version)
Keith Sweat
14. For You (You Got Everything) (LP Version)
Keith Sweat

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CD Reviews

PLOD | Seoul, Corea | 12/03/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"It is so good real R&B. Um.... Just So GOOD SO GOOD SO GOOD"
Another decent Sweat CD
Derrick Dunn | Woodbridge,VA | 12/29/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"After scoring massive success with his first two albums, Make It Last Forever and I'll Give All My Love to You, Keith Sweat's third album, Keep It Comin', signaled something of a creative and commercial slump for the new jack pioneer, which continued through 1994's Get Up on It. However, Get Up on It is not a bad album by any means. In fact, the set is classic Keith Sweat, filled to the brim with the pleading ballads that made this Harlem crooner so popular. Sweat began to utilize female background vocals, courtesy of Kut Klose, to full effect on this album, especially on the hit title track (one of the album's shining moments), a trend that he perfected on his huge 1996 self-titled comeback album. So Get Up on It finds Sweat in a stage of transition, leaving the formula that began to grow stale on Keep It Comin' and beginning to feature female backing vocals at center stage, somewhat similar to what Barry White and Luther Vandross had done before him. Get Up on It churned out two other singles, the up-tempo yet slightly unimaginative "How Do You Like It?" (which, as the set's lead single, didn't really work to catapult the album to massive early sales) and the big ballad "When I Give My Love," which is pure Keith Sweat. Other standouts include "Put Your Loving Through the Test," featuring the late Roger Troutman, and "Telephone Love." For fans of classic Keith Sweat, R&B ballads, and mid-tempo grooves, this album will do."
Carltouis Stevenson | Angeles Mesa, Los Angeles | 09/30/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Triple threat, Keith Sweat; step up his game with his fourth release Get Up On It. This album begins with "Interlude (How Do You Like It?)" simply ask the question followed by "What make you feel good, baby?" that he seem to give the listeners. "How Do You Like It? (Part 1 & 2)" featuring Left Eye for this feel good tune and the remix which features a never ending bass line throughout. The titles seem to add to the opening interlude as "It Gets Better" gets even better. This song is a highlight for this album with it memorable bass and Keith's strong lyrical skills, production and yes, evens the whining. The title track featuring Kut Klose steals the spotlight with the slow grinding track and the dimension added by the ladies is quite inviting. Again, to complete the feeling, "Feels So Good" is an up-beat track with rougher elements to broaden his range as well as "Intermission Break". "My Whole World" latches perfectly to continue the flow of the album with great ease. Sweat's strength lie with his sense of mood setting and it becomes apparent on "Grind On You" to "When I Give My Love". "When I Give My Love" contains sexual connotations with lyrics such as " and out, out and in..." which is all that need to be said. "Put Your Lovin' Through The Test" featuring Roger Troutman is a perfect collaboration as the two combine for the one, two punch. After the interlude to "Telephone Love" you're invited to "Come Into My Bedroom". The titles define the mood, action and even the goal for the evening. This LP concludes with "For You (You Got Everything)" with the lights still dim and the night creeps to a near halt. Keith Sweat set the mood, said the words for you and serenaded the woman. It seems as if he did most of the work for you, but there's only one thing he left out for you to handle. This may be the hard part."