- CD de audio: 1 página (3 de mayo de 2011)
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- Formato: CD, Importación
- Sello: Nuyorican Productions / IDJ
- ASIN: B0042RUMH8
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Love? CD, Importación
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JLo cambia de compañía discográfica y vuelve pisando fuerte y por la puerta grande con una imagen y un sonido totalmente rejuvenecido. Nada más salir a la venta el primer single de este nuevo álbum, “On The Floor” featuring Pitbull y tema producido por RedOne, se colocaba en lo más alto de las listas digitales en todo el mundo. En España lleva 3 semanas en el Nº 1. También es uno de los singles más radiado y su vídeo de los más rotados (Nº 1 esta semana!) .
El disco “Love?”, el séptimo disco de estudio de la superestrella internacional, saldrá a la venta en varios fomatos e incluye alguna colaboración más, además de Pitbull, como es la del segundo single titulado “I’m Into You” con Lil Wayne que de hecho está compuesta por Taio Cruz y producida por Stargate.
Otros productores que participan en este disco incluyen Tricky Stewart, The-Dream, Dnaja, D-Mile y Radio y por supuesto L.A.Reid y otra colaboradora de lujo es ni más ni menos, Lady Gaga que participa en dos canciones “Hypnotico” y “Invading My Mind”.
Disponible en 2 formatos:
- CD estándar: 11 canciones
- CD Deluxe – Edición Limitada: con 15 canciones + poster de regalo
Lista de canciones:
1. On The Floor - Jennifer Lopez, Pitbull
2. Good Hit
3. I'm Into You - Jennifer Lopez, Lil Wayne
4. (What Is) LOVE?
5. Run The World
7. Until It Beats No More
8. One Love
9. Invading My Mind
11. Starting Over
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Álbum con sonidos dance muy bien logrado. Con éxitos como 'On the floor', 'I'm into you' o 'Papi'. Excelente álbum.
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After listening to the album, I can clearly divide it into three musical genres.
Quite honestly, the R&B/Pop-Hop section sounds most dated and reminds me most of old-school J-LO tracks from the early 2000's. Good Hit and I'm Into You are the standout tracks from this genre.
The Dance/Pop section is the freshest and contains some serious gems, ie: Villains and Hypnotics along with first single On The Floor are standouts.
The Pure Pop section contains the title track, Love, which is a great HOT AC track. Except for the weak, Everybody's Girl, these are some great modern pop tracks and JLO hasn't sounded better.
1 - On The Floor
2 - Papi
3 - Invading My Mind - Co-Produced and Co-written by RedOne and Lady Gaga.
4 - Villains - This is a smoking hot track, in the vein of Jump Smokers meets - Cheryl Cole's "Fight For This Love"
5 - Hypnotico - Send this to RADIO ASAP - Should fit in perfectly in between a Ke$ha and Britney track. Another RedOne/Lady Gaga production.
6 - Charge Me Up
1 - Good Hit - Very Hot Beat - Standard R&B formula with label lyrics and all. Produced by Tricky & The Dream.
2 - I'm Into You feat. Lil Wayne - 2nd Single - This is JLO's "Rude Boy" produced by Stargate
3 - Run The World - Filler track produced by Tricky & The Dream
4 - One Love - Filler track from Danja who actually produced a total of 4 tracks with JLO. Only 2 made the final cut.
5 - Take Care - This bonus track is catchier than some of the fillers in this section. Produced by Tricky Stewart.
1 - (What is) Love? - Written by Wynter Gordon
2 - Until It Beats No More
3 - Starting Over - Produced by Danja
4 - Everybody's Girl
On The Floor - 10/10 - A fantastic comeback single which is unique, sassy and a floorfiller - summer smash
Good Hit - 9/10 - Though the chorus is a little annoying this again is a sexy and confident jam with good lyrics
I'm Into You - 10/10 - Summer in a song - this is brill with a memorable hook and gorgeous lyrics and a sexy video!!
(What Is) Love? - 10/10 - A great track from her film 'the back up plan' with fantastic verses and a mega chorus
Run The World - 6/10 - This song starts of brilliantly but the chorus is a letdown - it could have been much better
Papi - 10/10 - The next single which is a guaranteed hit with latino influences and a fierce beat with a fab chorus
Until It Beats No More - 10/10 - A sensation ballad which shows off her vocal range and should be a christmas single
One Love - 8/10 - A song talking about her many relationships which is catchy and a good reflective tune
Invading My Mind - 9/10 - A fab track but Gaga's influence is clear as it's not Jennifer's norm but still great
Villain - 7/10 - Perhaps the weakest album track with nothing too memorable - the chorus though is very good
Starting Over - 10/10 - This song is so unique and catchy yet is inspirational and deserves to be a single
Hypnotico - 10/10 - This song is pure fire and is addictive. This could be a future hit
Everybody's Girl - 9/10 - A great song but the demo was better as it was faster but still a great little tune
Charge Me Up - 10/10 - Absolute fire that should be on the standard as Jen is fierce, confident and really lets rip
Take Care - 6/10 - A weak song that could have been sung by anyone and that gets annoying after a few listens
Overall, Jen's back with her best album yet and in relation to the title 'Love?' all i can say is that if you buy this album you will love it!!!
So with the artwork being blasts from the past the question becomes, will the actual album be a look back over her back catalogue too?
LOVE? boasts an impressive list of song writers, which includes the likes of Lady GaGa, RedOne, Evan "Kidd" Boggart, Jorgen Elofsson, Diana Gordon, Taio Cruz, Tammar Chin, Claude Kelly and Aliaune Thiam.
Even though Jennifer Lopez has publicly stated that this is her most personal album it is worth noting that she has only co-wrote two songs; One Love and Villain.
On The Floor [feat. Pitbull]
[Contains a sample of Los Kjarkas song Llorando Se Fue, which is popularly known for being used in the Kaoma single Lambada]
Since Jennifer's last collaboration with Pitbull went so well [Fresh Out The Oven] it was only natural that she would team up with him again. The result sounds like her old On The 6 singles and it was meant to; Jennifer asked writer/producer Redone to come up with a track that was the evolution of her classic sound and the lead single was the result. Lyrically it's follows a basic 'get down and boogie' formula, but the r&b/pop/Latin/Lambada music screams summer, so this is a very appealing song. I didn't like it at first, but once you hear it it takes root in your head and you'll be humming it for months.
I view this as a filler; it's not bad and it's not something that I tend to skip, but there's nothing here that hooks me in.
It's a empty pop/r&b driven song, with uninspired lyrics about how hot she is, so don't you wish that she was yours? I've listened to it many times to review and I still can't think of anything worth adding to this description, it's just meaningless noise.
I'm Into You [feat. Lil Wayne]
Apparently Lil Wayne is Jennifer's favourite male rapper, so she asked him to feature on this Taio Cruz written track.
The song isn't too complicated or anything; Jennifer's lines are mainly about being into the attraction of her partner, whilst Lil Wayne mostly hangs in the background and just adds nudge nudge, wink wink quips. This is another track that I wasn't keen on at first, but the music once again seems happy and summery, which coupled with repetitive vocals means it will grow on you.
(What Is) LOVE?
[Appeared the soundtrack to The Backup Plan]
This was one of the first songs to leak a few years ago and I still love it. The song is about not knowing what love is and the writers say that they drew inspiration from tales from women with "no fathers, families, abusive boyfriends and husbands... no parental support, they feel alone". Now I'm not classing Jennifer Lopez in with these tough survivors, but she does channel the emotions of loneliness and quiet sadness in the lyrics.
The only thing that I was slightly disappointed with was that the track hasn't been remixed for the album; it's same as it was when it was first leaked.
Run The World
This comes very close to being a filler; bland lyrics telling someone that Jennifer will always be by their side. Music-wise it reminds me of a pop/r&b J.Lo era song [with a touch of Rebirth's Hold You Down thrown in] and it's annoying me that I can't remember which one.
The rapper is Rick Ross. Doesn't mean anything to me, but it might to other people. He doesn't actually do much here, so he doesn't earn a 'featuring' tag.
Placing this track next to another bland track was a mistake as this is another ho-hum track, which again lyrically tells us about how great she is [a super lady]. Yeah; hearing the title I was expecting a attitude laden track attacking the tabloids, but instead it's papi as in the slang term for a hot guy. So once again it's dancing + guys = we get a load of nothing.
But the music comes to the rescue and makes up for the empty lyrics; it's another summery r&b/pop/Latin upbeat number, so it could do well as a single.
Until It Beats No More
The lyrics of this ballad reminds me slightly of Ain't It Funny [obviously the original version, not the Murder Inc remix] and Alive, plus it is also reminiscent of (What Is) Love? Basically Jennifer's through with being hurt in love, but just when she's thrown in the towel along comes her knight in shining armour.
There's no doubt that Jennifer's vocals have grown, but she just isn't vocally suited to ballads; you can hear the strain as she gamely attempts the high notes. Even if she had the voice of Mariah Carey I probably still wouldn't take mega-bling, 3 hubbies J.Lo's attempts at soul searching and declarations of undying love terribly seriously.
This is very similar to (What Is) Love; this track is telling us about Jennifer's search for love. I get the references to P Diddy, Ben Affleck and Marc Anthony, but all I can think is what about hubbies one and two (or maybe he is 'round two')?
It's another snooze fest musically - part Run The World, part (What Is) Love, but not as good as either - and remember that I don't love Run The World. It wouldn't be as noticeable if they'd took inspiration from tracks from an earlier album, but no, they take it from two tracks from the same album.
Invading My Mind
This is a Lady GaGa/RedOne track, so has dancier electro beats. I naturally wanted to love it, but it is just a weaker version of Just Dance.
The listener is one more reminded that Jennifer is hot, but for a change we hear about how great some one she meets is and how much the sparks fly between them. Sadly this is another track that I can't think of anything valid to add.
This is another favourite of mine; Jennifer sings about being the one to end a relationship that wasn't working and so being made out to be a cold villain because of it. I may not be able to take Jennifer's slow songs seriously, but I can hear the sincerity it her voice on this track.
The lyrics may seem heartfelt, but the music is electro/r&b, to keep the track upbeat and being all 'poor me, I'm the real victim'.
This is another heartfelt vocal. Jennifer says that she is in love with her partner, but deep down she knows the relationship isn't working, yet she is scared to end it and being back to square one. Not bad, but it's really just a mishmash of other album tracks.
It is lyrically a ballad, but I don't think the music is slow enough and it had an annoying synth beat that drowns out the piano and strings.
Another Lady GaGa/RedOne track, another track that I wanted to love - but don't. Musically the electro pop/dance beat is stronger than Invading My Mind, but lyrically I'm still not sure what exactly it's about,; dancing in a club, whilst the men all drool over her I think.
The music just about saves the track from being labelled as a filler, but I once again wanted/expected more from this track, considering the writers/producers.
On the plus side: LOVE? mixes R&B, dance and pop, with a ballad thrown in, so there is variety in music styles and there will be something on LOVE? to appeal to most pop music lovers.
Plus; there has been continual growth on Jennifer's vocals - you can clearly recognize the improvement on every new album she releases. Whilst it's true that she does audibly strain her vocals and slightly tremor because she tries to stretch herself too far on Until It Beats No More, on every other track she does have greatly improved vocals - compared to her earlier work - when she stays with what styles suit her.
How well you think everything all comes together ultimately on LOVE? depends on how big of a Jennifer Lopez fan you are - the more casual fan will ultimately be a little disappointed by how heavily she has borrowed from past albums and topped up the albums running time with limp, lifeless tracks. Bigger fans will doubtlessly love the retro feel to the tracks and hail LOVE? a successful return to form for her.
Although LOVE? is more solid then her past albums given the fact that I don't feel the need to skip over any of the tracks [bare in mind that the slower songs were performed on American TV and her tour a few years ago and several other tracks have been floating around on the net for over two years now], I'm still underwhelmed by the album in general as she doesn't offer anything new for the listener - she is playing it too safe.
Several tracks are bland and uninspired and everything feels dated, even the new tracks. I look back at her old albums and automatically place everything together on them - there's a huge dollop of her Brave era stuff here and everything else has been heavily influenced by her successful J.Lo alter-ego and rent-a-rapper from her lucrative J.Lo/J To Da Lo period.