Toni Braxton - The Heat - Japan (2000)Format: FLAC (image + .cue)
    Quality: lossless
    Sample Rate: 44.1 kHz / 16 Bit
    Source: CD
    Artist: Toni Braxton
    Title: The Heat
    Label, Catalog: BMG (BVCA-21057)
    Genre: R&B
    Release Date: 2000
    Scans: included (full 600 dpi .jpg)
    Size .zip: ~ 473 mb


    Toni Braxton - The Heat - Japan (2000)
    01. He Wasn't Man Enough [04:21]
    02. The Heat [03:30]
    03. Spanish Guitar [04:48]
    04. Just Be A Man About It [04:48]
    05. Gimme Some [04:02]
    06. I'm Still Breathing [04:15]
    07. Fairy Tale [04:22]
    08. The Art Of Love [03:47]
    09. Speaking In Tongues [03:46]
    10. Maybe [03:08]
    11. You've Been Wrong [03:44]
    12. Never Just For A Ring [04:01]






    Toni Braxton - The Heat - Japan (2000)Toni Braxton went through a lot in the years separating her star-making Toni Braxton and her 2000 comeback The Heat. Yes, she became a star, but she also went through a painful bankruptcy that delayed her sequel for years. Fortunately, you wouldn't be able to tell that there was so much behind-the-scenes drama from The Heat -- it's a confident, assured, sexy effort that reaffirms Braxton's status as one of the finest contemporary mainstream soul singers. She may not be as street-smart as Mary J. Blige, nor does she push the boundaries of the genre the way TLC does, but she has a full, rich voice that instantly lends her songs a sense of maturity and sensuality, especially since she never, ever oversings or misjudges her material. And, while that material can occasionally be a little generic, much of The Heat is built on solid ballads and smoldering, mid-tempo dance numbers. Producers as diverse as Babyface, Rodney Jerkins, Daryl Simmons, Teddy Bishop, and David Foster are responsible for various tracks on the album, which is typical for a big-budget, superstar release like this, but rarely are the tracks quite as consistent and cohesive as they are here. The skittering beats of "He Wasn't Man Enough" and "Gimme Some" are every bit as effective as the simmering title track or ballads "I'm Still Breathing" and "Spanish Guitar" -- or "Just Be a Man About It," an instant classic telephone breakup song, with Dr. Dre playing the wayward lover breaking the news to Ms. Braxton. True, The Heat slightly runs out of momentum toward the end, but there aren't many dull spots on the record -- it's all stylish, sultry, seductive, appealing urban contemporary soul that confirms Braxton's prodigious talents.

    AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine


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