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Jagged Edge album for sale by Jagged Edge was released May 09, 2006 on the Columbia label. The fifth Jagged Edge release continues the group's commitment to a contemporary R&B sound that marries a smooth ballad style to hip-hop-inspired club beats. The lead-off track on this self-titled 2006 release, "Ghetto Guitar," is a fine example of what Jagged Edge does best: blending big beats, accessible samples, and soulful singing punctuated by close-knit harmonies. Jagged Edge CD music contains a single disc with 15 songs. ...See Full Description
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good album jagged edge loving them SLOWWW jams.. best track "baby feel me".. never get bored of that track..
By dotm (united kingdom)
its an okay album but its not better than any of their previous lps and like i've said before they are better than 112 even though i've put some good reviews on their albums as well.
By mpryor1960 ("Ocala, FL, USA")
||It's just poorly arranged!|
Hi guys and gals. This album is not their best purely because of the inconsistency of the quality. However paradoxically the album does possess their best produced danceable track to date, "Baby Feel Me". Honestly don't know why this track is sitting near the end of the album! A T(yooooo)une ....and a half ...with a bag of chips! The Bass, strings, guitar, ! Awesome. Y'all need to listen to that tune again! I'd pay £100 just for the instrumental! Track 2 should then have been "Hopefully", then 3 "Gheto Guitar", track 4, "Good Luck Charm" (awesome bass line that's terrorising the boot of my BMW), track 5 "Get a little bit of this"( again awesome danceable beats and "SUBWOOFER-friendly" BASS: Don't care too much about the words as you can't dance to words!) etc....ps: "So High" is rubbish as i hate that lazy sample. "So Amazing" is far from it! It's So Rubbish featuring Volcano or Viagro..or ..whatever!!!IoI
By Jack Forester (from the 1985 film Jagged Edge) (London, UK)
||I love them!!! Another Good One|
I love the cd. Not just because I am a fan but because they are the only R&B group out to bring a little bit of old school and new age together and I can appreciate that. My favorite song would have to be ghetto guitar and questions. I love it
By ashantiwarren (Virginia Beach, VA, USA)
||Not the best JE...not the worst|
This new JE album falls in line with their last album, Hard. Although this is slightly better, that still isn't saying too much. They do have some hits on here in the form of cuts like "Crying Out", "QUestions", and especially "Seasons Change", and my personal fave, the new single "Hopefully". Unfortunately, you need more than just five or hits to make a great album. Hopefully(no pun intended), the next time we see them, they'll go back to their first three albums formula of putting together very cohesive albums.
By Brandon (WInston-Salem, NC, USA)
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Jagged Edge songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6991596|
|Release Date||May 09, 2006|
|Producer||Jermaine Dupri; Brian Casey; Brandon Casey; Dwayne Nesmith; Tha Corna Boys; Kiera Sills; Donvito And Cheese; Chris Spruell; Chad "Dr. Seuss" Elliott; Jermaine Dupri|
|Engineer||John Horesco IV; Wesley Morris|
|Recording Time||56 minutes||