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Best Opening song 90's&00's to start off album

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    Default Best Opening song 90's&00's to start off album

    what r.Kelly song from the 90's was the best song to start off a Album&what song from the 00's thus far is the best to Open off a Album&Why?? "Your Body's callin for me wins the 90's though "Home alone" is in 2nd. as for the 00's choclate Factory,but Weatherman is almost there. that is close.

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    body callin no doubt....in 2000 i dont know i like ur picks but bobw intro was fiiiyahhh!!

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    yeaup body callin'

    but id have to say 'she's loving me' was a new jack classic, and home alone was great too.

    as for 00s, bobw,tp2, chocolate factory... closely followed by weatherman

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    tp2.com is a great intro cut. because its SHORT, to the POINT and leaves you wondering......whats next???

    you body is calling is an AWESOME Track but what makes me think tp-2.com is better is that when tp2 ends you are left with: "hey, thats it? where is the rest of the song?"......which is what intro tracks are supposed to do...lead you in. weatherman is kinda like that and so is chocolate factory.

    in theory, a intro track can never be a single. that is why i think that a good intro track is 'un-finished'.

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    as always, great topic from maxxx..

    I'm totally down with Chocolate Factory, Weather Man, and TP.2. Great intro tracks, my favorite probably weather man. It's just a happy way to begin the Happy People album.

    While we're at it, everyone's least favorite's gotta be... Playas Only. Seriously, that was a horrible way to start an album..

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    For the 90's I'd have to say 'The Sermon' of his self titled album, alot of artists open with a hit but for me thats the way to open a self titled album, that was one of the first occasions I can recall him being open & personal, it set the album off real well.

    For the 00's For me its a 3 way tie Hidden Content I cant split them - TP-2, Chocolate Factory, and Weatherman. They all set the tone of the each of there respected albums, absolute classics! & I expect Rob will carry on the trend on his upcoming albums

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    I'd say 'The Sermon' for the 90's and 'TP-2' for the 00's.

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    Co-sign. The Sermon is ... well, it's a song from the self-titled album, doesn't that say it all? Hidden Content Great intro. Never heard anything similar again.

    As for the 2000s, TP-2 was the shit. Short, totally fresh, mind-blowing, just dope. Great.

    Now if HP/USM had been USM/HP instead, maybe I would've gone with 3-Way Phone Call, but it's not the opnening track of the album obviously, so TP-2 is it.

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    I'm having a hard time trying to decide for the 90's: 3 way tie: "The Sermon", "Your Body's Calling and "Home Alone". They are all perfect for each album... but as an opening song, kind of intro, I think I'd say "The Sermon" because it's really different from anything else.

    Much easier for me is to choose for the 00's: TP-2 without a doubt. The opening song/intro cut par excellence.


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    Now if HP/USM had been USM/HP instead, maybe I would've gone with 3-Way Phone Call, but it's not the opnening track of the album obviously, so TP-2 is it.
    I was gonna mention "3-Way Phone Call" too. If you open an album with a song like that... man, you can't go wrong!
    Last edited by 2nd R.; 10-21-2006 at 05:29 PM.

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    Hidden Content Originally Posted by mistermaxxx Hidden Content
    what r.Kelly song from the 90's was the best song to start off a Album&what song from the 00's thus far is the best to Open off a Album&Why?? "Your Body's callin for me wins the 90's though "Home alone" is in 2nd. as for the 00's choclate Factory,but Weatherman is almost there. that is close.

    I agree with you on Your Bodys Callin.
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