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E=MCy album for sale by Mariah Carey was released Apr 15, 2008 on the Island (Label) label. The arrival of E=MC2 in 2008 indicated that Mariah Carey's reign as the queen of pop, and her status as one of the most popular and best-selling artists of all time, wasn't likely to end soon. The follow-up to the 2005 multi-platinum, chart-topping, Grammy-sweeping THE EMANCIPATION OF MIMI, E=MC2 reveals no slackening of focus or ambition, thanks in part to an all-star line-up of production help that includes The Dream, C. E=MCy CD music contains a single disc with 14 songs. ...See Full Description
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||Child has went down hill to the third degree!|
Man, do I missed the old Mariah. First of all, I never though this saphisicated, talented girl would transform into a 15 year old baffoon singing kiddie music.
By kimberlygrandison2001 (New York City)
||one mint album =]|
I luv luv luv mariah n i av got all herr albums n this is defo the best one shes done =] i cant stop listenin tew it lol.
By xoxo_tasha_gangsta_baybee_xoxo (denton)
This Is Mariah At Her Peak I Loved This Cd From The First Listen!! My Favorite Tracks Are 1,4,5,7,8, 10,12,13. I Do Think She Has Done Better Material On Previous Albums But Like She Said In A Recent Interview She Is 12 In Her Mind.
By maddyfan2009 (Ohio, Usa)
||Long way from "Vision of Love"|
After hearing snippets, I am convinced that Mariah Carey phoned in this album. It's another piece of tripe from one of the great voices in pop music today.
By Kurt (Arlington, MA)
This is not her best but is a good try. She is pushing 40 years old. You go girl!!!
By amandrew (Greensboro, NC)
heard this album?
E=MCy songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||7629431|
|Release Date||Apr 15, 2008|
|Recording Time||52 minutes|
|Personnel||Young Jeezy, T-Pain, Damian Marley|
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