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"R.": Choose 15

This is a discussion on "R.": Choose 15 within the R. Kelly Music Chat forums, part of the R. Kelly Discussion category; R. is a double album. it's got 29 tracks. a few are skits, the rest songs. now comes the tough ...

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    R. is a double album. it's got 29 tracks. a few are skits, the rest songs.

    now comes the tough part: make it a single disc album.

    out of 29 songs, pick 15. which is just enough to fill a regular 80 minute album CD.


    here are the 29 tracks:

    Home Alone
    Spendin' Money
    If I'm Wit You
    Half On a Baby
    When a Woman's Fed Up
    Get Up On a Room
    One Man
    We Ride
    The Opera
    The Interview
    Only the Loot Can Make Me Happy
    Don't Put Me Out
    Suicide
    Etcetera
    If I Could Turn Back the Hand of Time
    What I Feel / Issues
    The Chase (Skit)
    V.I.P.
    Did You Ever Think
    Dollar Bill
    Reality
    2nd Kelly
    Ghetto Queen
    Down Low Double Life
    Looking for Love
    Dancing with a Rich Man
    I'm Your Angel
    Money Makes the World Go Round
    I Believe I Can Fly


    now decide and write down only 15. it's gonna be tough but that's the point.

    here's my 15:

    1. Home Alone
    2. Spendin' Money
    3. If I'm Wit You
    4. Half On a Baby
    5. When a Woman's Fed Up
    6. Get Up On a Room
    7. Only the Loot Can Make Me Happy
    8. Suicide
    9. Etcetera
    10. If I Could Turn Back the Hands of Time
    11. Looking for Love
    12. Dancing with a Rich Man
    13. I'm Your Angel
    14. Money Makes the World Go Round
    15. I Believe I Can Fly


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    Home Alone
    Half On a Baby
    When a Woman's Fed Up
    One Man
    The Opera
    Suicide
    Etcetera
    If I Could Turn Back the Hand of Time
    What I Feel / Issues
    Reality
    Down Low Double Life
    Looking for Love
    Dancing with a Rich Man
    I'm Your Angel
    I Believe I Can Fly
    Love is strong; Love is tight

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    ^^The Opera over Only the Loot Can Make Me Happy? you crazy? Hidden Content

    pleeeeeeeeeeease explain that choice dizl.
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    ^Maaan, that Opera track is my tune; I think it just showcased the man's vocal talentHidden Content plus 'Only the loot...' is just too superficial for me; I felt it had no soul and it sounded like a mix tape track to me.
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    ^^i liked when he did his opera voice on the light it up tour, but only the loot was a full song and opera was not. yeah superficial but not all his songs are deep and meaningful. there's party songs and then you got your soulful slow jams.
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    ^yeah, 'Home Alone' is my party jam pick for the selectionHidden Content

    I'm more into the vulnerable Rob than the partying, patron sipping Kellz...
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    ^^i like both sides of Kells. but NOW i think more open and honest songs would be nice. too many "i'm in the club, sittin in vip, smokin drinkin" type tracks lately.
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    home alone
    half on a baby
    when a womans fed up
    get up on a room'
    one man
    we ride'
    only the loot can make me happy
    dont put me out
    excettera
    if i could turn back the hands of time
    dollar bill
    2nd kelly
    down low double life
    im your angel
    i beleive i can fly

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    Down Low Double Life is not very good imo. that's why i left if off my list.

    why do some people like it?
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    @k.johnson..i love the story telling in it, the music is simple yet works really well, and his break down at the end is outstanding, hes so real at the end..dont know if that makes sense, just my 2 cents

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