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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010


    What is this and i thought Glitter was her worst album but i was wrong Charmbracelet is the worst of all her albums to date and then i´m talking about miss carey´s voice not music the songs on this album isn´t all bad but Mariah can´t belt out her beautiful voice anymore what happened the title track is nice with great lyrics Through The Rain is the second best on this album and the best song is the catcy ballad Bringin On The Heartbreak but her voice is so week in it the backups singers are better i feel sorry for Mariah she has lost her magic like Whitney Houston if you are A Mariah Carey fan i recommend her old albums from the debut in 1990-1998 after that she just did aweful albums like Rainbow and Glitter Mariah is not doing it well with hip-hop and rappers she is a popsinger a DIVA not hip-hop singer she whispers to much.Someday i hope the old Mariah will return and begin working with Walter Afanasieff again he did all the power ballads with her so did David Foster and even Babyface.If you are a true Mariah fan you would agrée because this Mariah isn,t the Mariah Carey i use to love though i love her still i will always be her fan and hoping she will make a pop album next time she desides to make a album.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    very nice!!!!!!!

    I think Mariah's new cd is very well put together but i am and will always be a fan of the cd's that has her voice only without collaboration.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    welcome back mariah!

    Mariah is back with another album which returns more to her old style of 'Butterfly', with a few cool, catchy hip hop influenced songs with collaborations from Cameron in 'Boy (I need you)' and 'You got you' with Jay Z and Freeway. There are many beautifully sung tracks displaying her amazing vocal range with her whispering voice. The songs take a little getting use to with the same slightly boring format of verse and chorus sung repeatedly over and over to distinguish songs. 'Yours' is a nice gentle song with sweet lyrics and 'clown' is a fun interesting comeback to Eminem. 'Bringin on the Hearbreak' is a good cover version of a Deff Leppard song and her first released single 'Through the Rain' is an emotional ballad about being strong enough to overcome her problems. Overall, a success with no bad tracks.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010


    I LOVE "Charmbracelet"! The Mariah I know and love is back! "Charmbracelet" reminds me a lot of "Butterfly". I love the high notes, the overtone singing, and the hip-hop stylings. This is just a great album! Very "Charming"! Kai

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