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4 Bruthas & A Bass
4 Bruthas & A Bass
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, R&B
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All Artists: Solo
Title: 4 Bruthas & A Bass
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Perspective Records
Original Release Date: 9/22/1998
Release Date: 9/22/1998
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, R&B
Styles: Dance Pop, Soul
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 731454904025, 731454904049

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Sad that they don't get any recognition.
John W. Bruns | Philly | 01/30/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Although I love mainstream R&B groups like Boyz II Men, Shai (in the mid 90's) Solo by far has the best vocals out of all i have heard. This cd is incredible. I bought it because of the first one this one was just as good if not better. They don't need beats to carry the songs like so many of todays artists they carry the songs on their voices. Their cds are the best I own by far and I cant think of any r&b cd's that compare. My favorite song on here is "What would my world be" any R&B fan would love this cd I just wish more people would have heard samples of this."
Tony_Tone | Washington, D.C., District of Columbia United Stat | 03/02/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"These four brothers can blow! .. there hasnt been such sweet harmony since The Tempts in their hey day.. Which i am sure this group has been compared with ..Lyrics, production everything is crisp which makes this a pleasureable listening experience .. In this time of day it's good to know that there are groups out there that can sing about other things then Bills Bills Bills etc.. Fav.. Cuts Touch Me Night Like This Forgive Me Sumpthin Kinda Special Let Me See The Sun If you like great harmonizing pick this up.."
Solo - 4 Bruthas and a Bass
M.C. Ol' Skool | from the old school | 06/25/2004
(2 out of 5 stars)

"Their first album, self-titled, was rich in production, harmonies, etc.--they were the total package. So what the heck happened here? Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis left them so they started to falter and, unfortunately, tried to crossover. There's a Bone-Thugs-n-Harmony-type ballad called "Luv-All-Day" that features Kieaun Da Golden Child speed-rapping. That song alone is just embarrassing. And they stayed away from such old-soul production from their debut in favor for some more urban, radio-friendly tunes. The ballad that should have been the best song, "Till Death Do Us Part" featuring Brownstone (the best R&B girl and guy groups on the same song) falters because while the ballad-y production works for Brownstone, it sounds too crossover for Solo. They still impress with their acapella interludes and with the songs, "Forgive Me" and the Gerald Levert-penned "Make Me Know It", but those aren't enough to save the album."