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Mariah Carey New Album E=MC2

edited April 2008 in BoyzStyle
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Track list Plus Review from VH1
1. "Migrate" (co-produced by Danja) -- After announcing itself with Mariah's patented whistle notes, this club track gets to bangin' and it takes that task really seriously. It's about as meta as a banger gets, with Mariah explaining during the chorus how her night goes: "From the car to the club / We migrate / From the bar to the V.I.P. / We migrate." And so it goes, from the party to the after party, from the after party to the hotel. There's a slight autotune effect on Mariah's voice on the last "migrate" of each chorus, which I assume is to put her on equal ground with the man she shares the mic with here. T-Pain, mercifully shows up for just a guest verse -- this is not a full-blown duet. It's a feisty track, with tough Storch-esque beats that Mariah's bravado attempts to match: "If you're inked up thuggin', that's what I like," she says. See, I always thought she went for the pretty boys. Already we're learning stuff!

2. "Touch My Body" (co-produced with Christopher "Tricky" Stewart and The-Dream) -- There isn't much to say about this ultra-femme track that wasn't said when it leaked. Hard to believe that that was only a little more than week ago -- in the time since, it's become so ubiquitous that it's kind of hard to imagine what radio was like before it. Even L.A. seemed taken aback by how quickly it has caught on -- he described the track's out-of-the-gate success as virtually accidental.

3. "Last Kiss" (co-produced by Jermaine Dupri) -- One of the album's many declarations of eternal love, this one is "We Belong Together, Part 35." It's nice but extremely safe. One thing that's very much in its favor are Mariah's vocals, which are nimble as they are in "We Belong Together" (she changes up her flow more times than I could count) and maybe more robust than they've sounded in over a decade. There's a nice little duet at the end of this one between Mariah's full chest voice and her higher register. Of course, if she didn't show off that stellar natural resource, this wouldn't be a Mariah Carey album.

4. "Lovin' You Long Time" (co-produced by DJ Toomp) -- Pure and utter joy is this one, which is most reminiscent of the lovely Mimi outtake "When I Feel It." Except this one's, like, 10 times better. The chorus of DeBarge's "Stay With Me" is the foundation of this track (as opposed to the verses, which provided the foundation for the single remix of Biggie's "One More Chance" and Ashanti's "Foolish," among tracks). However, the sample sounds more weathered, and overall, the track comes off as a '60s throwback rather than an '80s one. One hundred percent feel-good and packing in a killer breakdown and conclusion that's a wall of Mariah voices, this was the first song that felt like the work of unstoppable pop genius.

5. "Thanx for Nothin'" (co-produced by Jermaine Durpri) -- A mid-tempo ballad that sports a beat rougher than anything Jermaine Dupri has laid down for Mariah and a guitar line not unlike Mimi's "So Lonely" (though this track is more sassy and less dour than that), "Thanx" suggests that Mariah and Jermaine aren't sentenced to live in the shadow of their former glory and can actually make relatively new sounds together. Lyrically, this break-up track is a cross between the self-deprecating "Mine Again" ("I never knew enough about you, babe / And I guess I only have myself to blame") and the streetwise posturing of "Get Your Number" ("Seems like all I do is think about your pseudo-romance / While you're somewhere burnin' diesel in the streets, havin' laughs"). Mariah packs in so many lyrics that she barely has time to sing them, and sort of just growls them. It's not nearly as ridiculous as that description might make it sound.

6. "That Chick" (co-produced by Stargate) -- Instant. Classic. An absolutely brilliant disco track that plays on Mariah's strengths and sexiness without ever crossing the line into indulgence. It's slick, it's chic (and Chic, with its slap-you-on-the-ass bass line), it's silly ("La da da a oooh wee-wee" goes the bit between the chorus and the verses) and it carries a killer middle 8 that's as exhilarating as the one in Michael Jackson's "P.Y.T." (you know, the best part of one of the best songs ever that goes, "Don't you know nowwwww / Is the perfect time..."?). Mariah makes references to 2Pac and Biggie, compares herself to ice cream and the lottery and maybe even references the long-lost track from the Charmbracelet sessions "Touch the Sky." Oh, and also she delivers the most her line of her career, complete with a 10-cent word: "I brings that levity." Maybe one day they'll bottle the essence of Mariah, but until then, we have "That Chick" and I seriously am counting down the days till I can hear this track again. This needs to be a single, like, now, and Mariah needs to dust off those "Heartbreaker" remix roller skates for the video, pronto.

7. "Cruise Control" (co-produced by Jermaine Dupri) -- Another J.D. track that deviates from what could have been a detrimental pattern, this is a reggae-lite extended car metaphor ("I need a caddy wit some cruise control," belts Mariah). The chorus consists of her spelling out, "C-R-U-I-S-E control" and the second verse finds Mariah adopting a Jamaican affect for kicks: "When da door open I de gals pon de block / They be hop-on, to rob the clock / Me say no mam / Step up step up / Bottle broken / Tink I'm jokin'." Seriously, she says that. Damien Marley gets a guest verse, and I have to say, his shtick is a little more convincing.

8. "Side Effects" (co-produced by Scott Storch) -- You know how sometimes Southern rap almost has a heavy metal feel? Mariah and Storch exploit that by turning out a Southern-fried power ballad that's a thinly veiled portrait of her time under Tommy Mottola's reign ("Hell we built, and I dealt with it... Kept my tears inside 'cause I knew if I started, I'd keep cryin' for the rest of my life with you / I finally built up the strength to walk away / Don't regret it..."). For someone as guarded as Mariah is publicly, it's shockingly frank (she alludes to "violent times") and really naked (the titular side effects refer to the toll the relationship has taken on her: she's "still a little depressed inside" and "still a little defensive thinkin' folks be tryin' to run my life"). This is another highlight, and having a rapper so associated with drugs (Jeezy) on a track called "Side Effects" that isn't about drugs at all, only makes things cleverer.

9. "Love Story" (co-produced by Jermaine Dupri) -- Anther ode to endless love ("This ain't no fairy tale or fiction / This is truly ours for eternity"), this ballad is more of the baby-making ilk. It's like Prince-lite with a synthesized beat a la "The Beautiful Ones," but not as effects-laden (i.e. the beat doesn't have the backwards sound). The melody is reminiscent of Mimi's "Joyride," and that should give you an indication of how sweet this track is.

10. "OOC" (co-produced by Swizz Beatz) -- This one has a pummeling thump so pronounced, it's somewhat surprising that it's not the work of Stargate or Tricky. "OOC" stands for "out of control," and while the track isn't exactly wild, it's a fun mix of The-Dream's "Ditch That N..." with a melody like Blu Cantrell's "Hit 'Em Up Style." Besides the hypnotic refrain of "Forever and ever," the track is most notable for including the word motherf***er. As in, "I know y'all motherf***ers feel like we / When you're messin' with the one true lova / That makes you OOC." Hardcore!

11. "Bye Bye" (co-produced by Stargate) -- When Mariah first started promoting Mimi, she described "We Belong Together" as a cross between "Breakdown" and "One Sweet Day." That description is infinitely more appropriate for "Bye Bye," a song about death that's "for my people who just lost somebody," "for my people who lost their grandmothers" and seemingly for Mariah's departed father, Alfred Roy ("You never got to see me back at No. 1"). It's nice that Mariah's on a confessional kick, although a track with the "We Belong Together" sonic template and lyrics tailored appeal to everyone on such a basic level seems like too easy of a combination for someone as established as Mimi. This one's like insurance -- in case nothing else is a hit, here's a sure-shot. But ultimately, it turns out that the album is too good for that.

12. "I Wish You Well" (co-produced by James Poyser) -- We were told that this was hot off the presses and a very rough version of the song, but even in its unpolished state, it was a stunner. A piano ballad that features Mariah, some gospel-tinged backing vocals, a piano and that's it, this track is a throwback to the fan-favorite "Vanishing" from her 1990 debut. Part feisty ("You can't manipulate me like before") and totally spiritual (Mariah name-checks a bible verse in the chorus, although I couldn't catch exactly what it was, and she ends the song repeating, "The Lord is my salvation / I will trust in him"), "I Wish You Well" will have fans wetting themselves. It's gorgeous and in its simplistic way, the type of risk that Mariah should take more often.

The risky moments on the album ("Lovin' You Long Time," "That Chick," "Side Effects" and "I Wish You Well") bode well for the future. Though E=MC² feels extremely safe, there's enough variation to signify some artistic growth. She's cranking out hits and that's fine because that's what she's always done (hitmaking is her medium), but when she goes out of the Top 40 comfort zone, the album truly soars. Over 10 years after she first sang about it, it's only now that Mariah has worked up the courage to really spread her wings. The next question is: how high can they take her?
Source: VH1
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  • Lirik Lagu:

    MIGRATE

    Written & Produced by:
    Mariah Carey
    Hills Floyd Nathaniel ("Danja")
    Najm Faheem ("T-Pain")
    Muhammad Bale Wa M

    Bounce, bounce, bounce, bounce
    Keep it movin... Bounce
    Keep it movin... Bounce
    Keep it movin... Bounce
    Keep it movin... Bounce

    Once again nothin' jumpin' up in yo place,
    Sick of your berry buzzin' all in my face,
    Way too much to tolerate,
    Time to roll,
    Y'all know I gots to migrate.

    Speed dial connecting me to Rae-Rae (Hey)
    Click in Shawntae and Mae-Mae (Hey)
    Treat it as a holiday,
    Cause he's a wrap,
    Y'all know I had to migrate.

    See I'm on my way home,
    Cause my jeans, yeah they fit,
    But it might benefit
    Me to throw something on,
    To feature my hips,
    Accentuate my ****
    And steal the show.

    Soon as we walk through the door,
    Fellas be grabbin' at us like yo,
    Tryin' to get us going off the Patron,
    We sippin' Grigio... slow.

    If your neck and your wrist coordinate,
    Hair braided or faded okay,
    We can move this back to my place,
    It's time to migrate.

    From my car into the club we migrate,
    From the bar to V.I.P. we migrate,
    From the party to the after party, migrate,
    After party to hotel, migrate.

    As we proceed getting buzzed,
    The envious ones,
    Hatin' but they can't take they eyes off us,
    But we don't see none of that,
    They playin' my jam,
    And the floor is packed,
    So ya'll need to migrate up out the door.

    We clickin' glasses,
    Compliments of the club,
    Raise they status,
    So you know they show us love,
    Everywhere we go,
    They gon' flock,
    Them boys migrate to where it's hot.
    (It's hot, it's hot)

    Soon as we walk through the door,
    Fellas be grabbin' at us like yo,
    Tryin' to get us going off the Patron,
    We sippin' Grigio... slow.

    If you're inked up, thuggin'
    That's what I like,
    Face body and Lamborghini outside,
    Obviously boy you're qualified,
    Otherwise, migrate.

    From my car into the club we migrate,
    From the bar to V.I.P. we migrate,
    From the party to the after party, migrate,
    After party to hotel, migrate.

    T-Pain Rap
    This is where it begins
    And ends at the very same time,
    T-Pain the main man of the hour,
    Got a flow that'll flex yo tire,
    Got stacks plus I'm back with Mariah.
    (Mariah laughs)

    [___________]

    But I gotta migrate to bar,
    From the bar to the flo',
    From the flo' to the car,
    From the car to the crib,
    Then back to the club,
    We can migrate it all night,
    And mini coupe sittin on dubs.

    Whatcha waitin' on,
    I can't stand in one place,
    I need that Patron and I,
    Hate when I don't get it my way,
    So don't wait for me to buy drinks,
    Or you gon' dehydrate,
    It's time to migrate.

    Soon as I'm walkin' through the door,
    They know I'm from the 8-5-0,
    I need three bottles of that Patron,
    I can make the Chevrolet grease up slow,
    If your ... and your ... coordinate,
    Tell it to me like it ain't OK,
    We can move this back to my place,
    Shawty best believe, it's time to migrate.

    Soon as we walk through the door,
    Fellas be grabbin' at us like yo,
    Tryin' to get us going off the Patron,
    We sippin' Grigio... slow.

    If you're inked up, thuggin'
    That's what I like,
    Face body and Lamborghini outside,
    Obviously boy you're qualified,
    Otherwise, Migrate.
    (Bye)

    Keep it movin... Bounce
    Keep it movin... Bounce
    Keep it movin... Bounce
    Keep it movin... Bounce



    TOUCH MY BODY
    (Mariah Carey - C. Tricky Stewart - Terius "The-Dream" Nash)

    MC, you're the place to be
    Oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah
    Oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah

    I know that you've been waiting for it
    I'm waiting too
    In my imagination I'd be all up on you
    I know you got that fever for me
    Hundred and two
    And boy I know I feel the same
    My temperature's through the roof

    If there's a camera up in here
    Then it's gonna leave with me
    When I do (I do)
    If there's a camera up in here
    Then I'd best not catch this flick
    On YouTube (YouTube)
    'Cause if you run your mouth and brag
    About this secret rendezvous
    I will hunt you down
    'Cause they be all up in my bidness
    Like a Wendy interview
    But this is private
    Between you and I

    Touch my body
    Put me on the floor
    Wrestle me around
    Play with me some more
    Touch my body
    Throw me on the bed
    I just wanna make you feel
    Like you never did.
    Touch my body
    Let me wrap my thighs
    All around your waist
    Just a little taste
    Touch my body
    Know you love my curves
    Come on and give me what I deserve
    And touch my body.

    Boy you can put me on you
    Like a brand new white tee
    I'll hug your body tighter
    Than my favorite jeans
    I want you to caress me
    Like a tropical breeze
    And float away with you
    In the Caribbean Sea

    If there's a camera up in here
    Then it's gonna leave with me
    When I do (I do)
    If there's a camera up in here
    Then I'd best not catch this flick
    On YouTube (YouTube)
    'Cause if you run your mouth and brag
    About this secret rendezvous
    I will hunt you down
    'Cause they be all up in my bidness
    Like a Wendy interview
    But this is private
    Between you and I

    Touch my body
    Put me on the floor
    Wrestle me around
    Play with me some more
    Touch my body
    Throw me on the bed
    I just wanna make you feel
    Like you never did.
    Touch my body
    Let me wrap my thighs
    All around your waist
    Just a little taste
    Touch my body
    Know you love my curves
    Come on and give me what I deserve
    And touch my body.

    Imma treat you like a teddy bear
    You won't wanna go nowhere
    In the lap of luxury
    Baby just turn to me
    You won't want for nothing boy
    I will give you plenty
    Touch my body

    Touch my body
    Put me on the floor
    Wrestle me around
    Play with me some more
    Touch my body
    Throw me on the bed
    I just wanna make you feel
    Like you never did.
    Touch my body
    Let me wrap my thighs
    All around your waist
    Just a little taste
    Touch my body
    Know you love my curves
    Come on and give me what I deserve
    And touch my body.

    Oh yeah oh yeah oh yeah
    Oh yeah oh yeah
    Oh oh oh oh yeah
    Touch my body...
  • ib3ib3 ✭✭ Silver
    covernya bagus... :)
  • Panjang amat bulu ketiaknya sampe ke lantai. Warnanya putih pula. :lol:
  • Suka banget sama covernya

    Emancipation Part Two....
  • kovernya lumayan... isinya gimana ya ? :roll:
  • queerastold menulis:
    Panjang amat bulu ketiaknya sampe ke lantai. Warnanya putih pula. :lol:

    HAHAHAHHAAHHAHAHAHAHAH gua kira cuman gua doang yg kepikiran kyk gitu pas liat :lol: :lol: :lol:

    mudah2an sebagus album yg mimi deh :wink:
    belom ada downloadnya yah
  • Gw suka covernya tp font-nya bias banget apalagi font u/title lagu.
  • With over 160 million albums sold worldwide, Mariah Carey is the most successful female recording artist in history. This year, Mariah returns to the marketplace with E=MC², the follow up to the 10 million selling #1 album, The Emancipation of Mimi.

    'Touch My Body' is the deliciously daring first single from the upcoming album release, which has already set records for its massive reception at radio across the Top 40, R&B, R&B/Adult, and Rhythm/Crossover formats. The single exploded onto the charts before official impact on February 19, 2008! Written and produced by Mariah Carey, C 'Tricky' Stewart and The-Dream, 'Touch My Body' sets the stage for the next 'Mimi' world take-over...

    The video for 'Touch My Body', directed by feature filmmaker, Brett Ratner (Rush Hour, X-Men), premiered globally on network and cable television, along with online outlets.

    Mariah Carey is now positioned as the only active recording artist in the 48 years of the Hot 100 with the potential to surpass the Beatles' all-time high of 20 #1 hits, and has already tied Elvis Presley's record setting 17 #1s.

    Executive Produced by Mariah Carey and Antonio "L.A." Reid, E=MC² will include offerings by hit-makers Jermaine Dupri, DJ Toomp, Stargate, will.i.am, Bryan Michael Cox, Nate 'Danjahandz' Hills and James Poyser.

    The E=MC² album release will be supported by major television appearances/performances, specialty programming at BET/MTV/VH1, specialty online programming, and a superstar advertising campaign including television, radio, online, outdoor and print outlets.

    VINYL LP
    • E=MC² will be available on limited edition vinyl
    • April 8, 2008 release date

    STANDARD CD
    • April 15, 2008 release date

    DELUXE EDITION
    • E=MC² will be available in a deluxe edition, featuring exclusive bonus content.
    • April 15, 2008 release date

    Official Tracklisting
    1. Migrate featuring T-Pain
    2. Touch My Body
    3. Cruise Control featuring Damian Marley
    4. I Stay In Love
    5. Side Effects featuring Young Jeezy
    6. I'm That Chick
    7. Love Story
    8. I'll Be Lovin' U Long Time
    9. Last Kiss
    10. Thanx 4 Nothin'
    11. O.O.C.
    12. For The Record
    13. Bye Bye
    14. I Wish You Well

    Worldwide Release Dates
    Japan – April 9
    Italy – April 11
    Holland – April 11
    Germany – April 11
    France - April 14
    United Kingdom - April 14
    Indonesia – April 14
    Korea – April 15
    Sweden - April 16
    Thailand – April 22
  • Touch My body Official digital download available on iTunes, March 24th 2008

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  • New promotional pic for mariah's new album :) kereeennnnn abizzzz

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  • New promotional picture for mariah's new album :) Keren abizzzz

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  • ib3ib3 ✭✭ Silver
    photoshop abies... :)
  • Wah..
    Bearti tgl 14 April nanti udah release di Indonesia...
    Mudah2an gw bisa dapat CD nya di Toko CD favorite gw dech..
    Thanx ya atas infonya??
    Soalnya dari kemaren2 gw udah cari di toko CD, tapi belum ada sich...
  • you're welcome demetrio... Don't forget to buy the original... :)
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