CD Glitter [Original Soundtrack/Mariah Carey] [724381079720] (CD 948750),
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Glitter [Original Soundtrack/Mariah Carey] [724381079720]

  • 1. Loverboy - (remix, featuring Da Brat/Ludacris/Twenty II/Shawnna)
    2. Lead the Way
    3. If We - (featuring Nate Dogg/Ja Rule)
    4. Didn't Mean to Turn You On
    5. Don't Stop (Funkin' 4 Jamaica) - (featuring Mystikal)
    6. All My Life
    7. Reflections (Care Enough)
    8. Last Night a DJ Saved My Life - (featuring Busta Rhymes/Fabulous/DJ Clue?)
    9. Want You - (featuring Eric Bent)
    10. Never Too Far
    11. Twister
    12. Loverboy - (featuring Cameo)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 10797

  • Credits

    Personnel includes: Mariah Carey, Cameo, Ludacris, Da Brat, 22, Mystikal, Nate Dogg, Ja Rule, Fabulous, Eric Benet, DJ Clue, Busta Rhymes, Shawnna.
    Producers include: Clark Kent, Mariah Carey, Damizza, Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis.
    Looking to go down the vocal-diva-becomes-movie-star path blazed by Diana Ross, Madonna, and Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey teamed with Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis to executive produce the soundtrack to her film debut. Keeping with her character Billie, a struggling 1980s singer trying to break into the biz via the club scene, GLITTER has a handful of vintage dance covers given a modern twist. Chief among these interpretations are a vintage electro-funk reading of Cherrelle's "I Didn't Mean to Turn You On" and a hip-shaking version of the underground classic "Funkin' for Jamaica," renamed "Don't Stop (Funkin' for Jamaica)," that features Mystikal's rough-neck rapping. Mariah also represents her love of hip-hop with a groove-heavy remake of "Last Night a D.J. Saved My Life" featuring Busta Rhymes, Fabulous, and DJ Clue.
    Elsewhere, Billie's real-life alter ego rips through a number of ballads with her powerful pipes, including the piano-driven "Reflections (Care Enough)," the heartfelt "Lead The Way," and the show-stopping "Never Too Far." Mariah's collaborations with Cameo (the funk-pounding "Loverboy"), Ja Rule and Nate Dogg (the loping reggae jam "If We"), and Eric Benet (the mid-tempo workout "Want You") also appear on this crossover project.

  • Critic Reviews
    Rolling Stone (8/30/01, pp.121-2) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...A big step forward in terms of maturity....GLITTER is a concept album about the dance sounds of the early 80s..."
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