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post #121 of 1651 (permalink) Old 07-08-2012, 11:09 AM
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Since everybody is in a New Jack mood, I thought I bring these songs to the mix







Classic!!


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^Classic stuff indeed right there! Babyface is another smooth dude.

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My favorite Guy song. Even though it's not from the 90's.


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Awesome choice. I Like that song too.

This one too Let's Chill





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Yes, yes, good stuff being posted.

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I love this thread. So much good quality music. I appreciate listening to these great songs. Some I haven't heard for a while, some I've played constantly over the years, and some I'm discovering new versions of old classics. Lots of underrated and forgotten songs and artists being posted in here.


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Any thoughts on the double disc "R." album by R. Kelly?

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I loved it, favorite songs from there:





12 Play is still by far my favorite Kelly album though.

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I feel the set could have been condensed into one album. I still have a bunch of favorites from that album that I posted earlier in this thread. I Believe I Can Fly, as much as it has been played in the last 14+ years especially that year it came out, I still love that song and can still find myself being moved by the powerful message in the song. One of the most beautiful songs ever.


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Well that's with most double albums, not really a fan of most of them to be honest. Double albums generally tend to have a lot of filler in them. If the majority of them would be condensed into just one album they would be great by themselves.

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