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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Heartbreak songs that bring you right there with him

    Mario has a unique voice that is low-key, filled with emotion and the kind of sensitivity that makes you believe he has been there. This is a 'theme' album, one whose title signals the listener as to what the general message of the collection will deliver. His vocal style is personal and up close, the tracks are hip-hop spare, but warmed up a bit with enough strings, and synthesizer chord pads to smooth the drum sequencer loops which appear to be the staple of the album. What saves this album from hip-hop monotony is the fact that the songs are surprisingly distinguishable from each other, with intros that are each delightfully different from one another. In facts the tracks are probably more varied than Mario's vocals. After this outing, Mario will have to expand on the "broken hearted poor me" near tearful vocal deliveries. Also would like to hear a little more keyboard solo work here and there, and this is because the photos on the album keep showing him with grand pianos. We kind of expect it when it is touted to that extent. But, all in all, it is a good album, especially if you are in a low key mood on a Saturday afternoon.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Very Good Album

    Mario Winans is doing big things. His album is blazing. He deliver great sweet soft ballads and uptempo hiphop dance songs. This is the 2nd best r&b album out right now. Usher album is still better. The first part of the album is mostly midtempos and ballads. The middle part of the album is the uptempo party songs. The singles off this album is going to be I Don't Wanna Know, I Got You Babe and 3 Days Ago. The deep ballads are 3 Days Ago and turn Around. The best uptempo songs are I Got You Babe and So Fine. Then there is the great midtempo track What's Wrong With Me. Go and cop the album.

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