Pandemonium! [Bonus Tracks/DVD]

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This new version of teen heartthrob B2K's sophomore disc, Pandemonium, features a bonus DVD and several R. Kelly–produced remixes, including "Bump, Bump, Bump."
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With their aptly-titled sophomore disc, Pandemonium!, teen heartthrobs B2K will continue to drive their female fans wild. This time out, buff boys Lil Fizz, Omarion, Razz B, and J-Boog turn up the heat with up-tempo tracks such as the naughty, R. Kelly-produced "Bump, Bump, Bump," featuring P. Diddy, and the synth-driven, Neptunes-reminiscent "My Girl." It's the yearning ballads, however, that keep B2K's adoring public screaming for more. Here, they offer several shriek-inducing slow jams including ...
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This new version of teen heartthrob B2K's sophomore disc, Pandemonium, features a bonus DVD and several R. Kelly–produced remixes, including "Bump, Bump, Bump."
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With their aptly-titled sophomore disc, Pandemonium!, teen heartthrobs B2K will continue to drive their female fans wild. This time out, buff boys Lil Fizz, Omarion, Razz B, and J-Boog turn up the heat with up-tempo tracks such as the naughty, R. Kelly-produced "Bump, Bump, Bump," featuring P. Diddy, and the synth-driven, Neptunes-reminiscent "My Girl." It's the yearning ballads, however, that keep B2K's adoring public screaming for more. Here, they offer several shriek-inducing slow jams including the pleading "Would You Be Here" and the saccharine-sweet "Why I Love You" (which also appears on their platinum debut B2K). Although the quartet don't have the vocal dexterity of their urban boy brethren in 112 or Jagged Edge, as long as B2K stay hunky, they'll be causing a commotion for years to come. Anna Brown
All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
Striking while the iron is hot, B2K were very busy in 2002, and Pandemonium! is the group's fourth album release of the year, following their self-titled debut, a remix collection, and a holiday EP. Their fast rise to the top of the pop heap is attested to by the advance single "Bump, Bump, Bump," which was produced, written, and arranged by R. Kelly and which is co-billed to rapper P. Diddy. The song is typical of the rest of the album, with its slow tempo, contrast of acoustic guitar with percussion, and choral parts. In the hands of their many writers and producers, B2K cover the usual concerns of male hip-hop music: lust ("Bump, Bump, Bump"); undying love ("One Kiss"); apology ("Sleepin'"); and, sung with the greatest feeling, accusations that the woman addressed is only interested in money ("Would You Be Here"). The writers are not shy about making use of the group's increased stature, notably on "Everything," in which one of the singers assures a woman that he still loves her even though he is now a big star, and he really wants to spend time with her, or at least talk to her on his cell phone, in between concerts and video shoots. "Why I Love You" is repeated from B2K's debut release, and an entire track, "Dog," is given over to singer Jhené, whose upcoming album is promoted with an insert in the CD jewel box. [There is also a version that includes the bonus track "Dog," as well as an accompanying DVD that includes "Behind the Scenes" footage.]

Striking while the iron is hot, B2K were very busy in 2002, and Pandemonium! is the group's fourth album release of the year, following their self-titled debut, a remix collection, and a holiday EP. Their fast rise to the top of the pop heap is attested to by the advance single "Bump, Bump, Bump," which was produced, written, and arranged by R. Kelly and which is co-billed to rapper P. Diddy. The song is typical of the rest of the album, with its slow tempo, contrast of acoustic guitar with percussion, and choral parts. In the hands of their many writers and producers, B2K cover the usual concerns of male hip-hop music: lust ("Bump, Bump, Bump"); undying love ("One Kiss"); apology ("Sleepin'"); and, sung with the greatest feeling, accusations that the woman addressed is only interested in money ("Would You Be Here"). The writers are not shy about making use of the group's increased stature, notably on "Everything," in which one of the singers assures a woman that he still loves her even though he is now a big star, and he really wants to spend time with her, or at least talk to her on his cell phone, in between concerts and video shoots. "Why I Love You" is repeated from B2K's debut release, and an entire track, "Dog," is given over to singer Jhené, whose upcoming album is promoted with an insert in the CD jewel box. [There is also a version that includes the bonus track "Dog," as well as an accompanying DVD that includes "Behind the Scenes" footage.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/25/2003
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 696998905528
  • Catalog Number: 89055

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Intro
  2. 2 Bump, Bump, Bump
  3. 3 You Can Get It
  4. 4 One Kiss
  5. 5 My Girl
  6. 6 Sleepin'
  7. 7 Would You Be Here
  8. 8 Everthing
  9. 9 Tease
  10. 10 Back It Up
  11. 11 Where Did We Go Wrong
  12. 12 Pretty Young Thing
  13. 13 I Beat You to It (Turn the Party Out)
  14. 14 The Other Guy
  15. 15 Why I Love You
  16. 16 Boys for Life
  17. 17 Dog
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
B2K Primary Artist, Vocals, Background Vocals
Darrell Crooks Guitar
Donnie Lyle Guitar
Steve Russell Background Vocals
Diddy Rap
Garry Ó Briain Guitar
Alejandro Blanco Guitar
Lil Fizz Rap
Rodney East Keyboards
ADOHR Background Vocals
Omari Grandberry Background Vocals
Jhené Aiko Vocals
Technical Credits
R. Kelly Arranger, Composer, Producer, Vocal Producer
Charles Farrar Composer, Producer
DJ Ron G. Engineer
Richard Garcia Composer
J.P. Jones Composer
Jerome Jones Composer
Jerry Jones Composer
Lew Laing Producer
Mischke Vocal Producer
Rob Paustian Engineer
Steve Russell Vocal Arrangements, Instrumentation
V. Jeffrey Smith Composer
Laney Stewart Engineer
Chris Stokes Producer, Executive Producer
T. Taylor Composer
Troy Taylor Producer, Vocal Arrangements, rhythm arrangement, Vocal Producer, Instrumentation
Diddy Producer
Gene Grimaldi Mastering
Max Gousse Executive Producer, Vocal Producer
Wirlie Morris Programming, Producer, Instrumentation
Ketrina Askew Executive Producer
Hernán Santiago Engineer
London Thompson Engineer
S.K. Russell Composer
Abel Garibaldi Programming, Engineer
Lil' Steve Producer, Vocal Producer
T.W. Hale Composer
C. Stewart Composer
Platinum Status Programming, Producer, Executive Producer
Andy Gallas Programming, Engineer
Ian Mereness Programming, Engineer
David McPherson Composer, Executive Producer
B2K Executive Producer
Rowie Nameri Engineer
Rance Brown Art Direction
Orlando Calzado Engineer
Bruce Buechner Engineer
Marvin Peart Associate Executive Producer
Omari Grandberry Composer, Producer
Brian "B-Luv" Thomas Engineer, Contributor, Digital Editing
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    B2K IS HOTTTT!!!!!!!!!

    I've loved B2K from the beginning and they are still doing their thing. I ain't mad at them!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    B2K is at the top of thier game

    I abolutely love B2K. I am 22 but I don't care they are hot and their music is even hotter. I would recommend this cd to any one young or old. if you want to feel the real effect go to a concert it is worth every dime.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    B2K THE BEST MALE GROUP EVER.

    I think B2K is the best boy band scence the Jackson 5. I love the sound of their voices, and the sound of their music. The one thing i realy love about them is that their an R&B group and not an nother pop boy band like NSYNC, and the Back Street Boys. Also i love the sound of Omarions voice, and love the way Lil' Fizz raps. I think B2K has a lot to offer in feature.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    B2K is Hot and I love them and alwayz will

    B2K Pandemonium Bonus Track/DVD was hot and it got me out of my seat i was feelin the whole vibe of it and i enjoyed the whole meaning of the cd. I think and also know that i am B2K's biggest fan and I love them very much and i would like them to know that they alwayz hold it down at ashow that they perform on or a cd that they make.They will alwayz have me as a fan.Just to tell you i listen to your cd's every day my little cousins are even hooked on your music.J-Boog i would like to tell you that i love you and would love to marry you.And Raz-B,Omarion, and Lil Fizz i would love to have yall as very good friends and also you JBoog.Please remember me for always and remember you will alwayz have me as one of your #1 fans.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    i love b2k they are my number one fans .

    whatsup b2k i love your music and i love the way you move when you sing bump bump bump and i love that song ok and you can move me anytime okay lol.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I love b2k

    B2k they are doing there thing wit the singing.I love the song "Girlfriend and the remixe of that .Jboog if you rEAD THIS THEN EMAIL : tytyreaves@aol.com

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    This is their best work!

    This perhaps B2K's best work. They sing with passion and understanding. If you need a pick-me-up, buy this album. I loved "Girlfriend (Remix)" and "One Kiss".

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