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Romeo Must Die
Aaliyah, Joe, B.G.
Romeo Must Die
Genres: Rap & Hip-Hop, Soundtracks
Import pressing of the 2000 soundtrack that is OOP domestically. Universal.


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All Artists: Aaliyah, Joe, B.G., Timbaland & Magoo, Destiny's Child, Ginuwine, Confidential, Mack 10, Dave Bing, Playa, Dave Hollister, Chante Moore, Non A Miss, Blade, Stanley Clarke
Title: Romeo Must Die
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 1
Label: Blackground
Release Date: 11/6/2007
Album Type: Soundtrack, Import
Genres: Rap & Hip-Hop, Soundtracks
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 602517443297


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Import pressing of the 2000 soundtrack that is OOP domestically. Universal.

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Aaliyah and Company
rmcrae | Houston, Texas | 05/23/2010
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Although Aaliyah has only 4 songs on the Romeo Must Die soundtrack, all of them are hands down the best of the bunch. The first single Try Again features her icy vocals intertwined with Timbaland's signature futuristic synths and shiny blips and bleeps. Come Back In One Piece finds DMX's scratchy, rough voice rapping about running the streets while Aaliyah's delicate coo plays the part of the worried girlfriend warning her man to be careful while doing his thing. The sample of funk group Parliament's "Sir Nose D'Voidoffunk" mixes perfectly with the hip hop background. Some heavy drums, background horns, and occasional MJ styled squeals accompany Baby Girl on the Missy Elliott penned track Are You Feelin' Me?

My favorite of the 4 is I Don't Wanna. With an acoustic soul vibe, Aaliyah tires of fussin' and fightin' with her man and realizes she can't do anything without him. "How can this be (that it's not workin out)?/That it's not workin' out?/We vowed to be always together/It's hurting me that we don't talk no more/It's not supposed to be this way/Where did we go wrong?/We both made mistakes, but gotta carry on!" Beautiful performance!

The other songs range from fun to ok, but none are bad. Destiny's Child (or more like Beyonce and the girls) let loose on the minimalist club jam Perfect Man and Joe's Rose In A Concrete World is soulful with a rock edge. Chante Moore sizzles on the slinky This Is A Test and Tim and Magoo team up on We At It Again. Keep in mind this version of the disc is edited, but it'll have to do for now."