Justin Timberlake FutureSex/LoveSounds
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AtavanHalen
April 28th 2007


17927 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

I really dig this album, and I used to hate JT.

axemexa
April 29th 2007


22 Comments


I liked Sexyback.
The instrumental alone makes it worth listening to.

axemexa
April 29th 2007


22 Comments


Still haven't listened to this whole album though, I tend to stop about halfway through.


samthebassman
June 28th 2007


2164 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Wow, this is an epic pop album.

thakey
July 13th 2007


19 Comments


I have never ever liked this sort of music :/

Apocalyptic Raids
August 13th 2007


810 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

album is slowly growing on me



I find Chop Me Up irresistable.

handsomerob2
August 17th 2007


58 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

After track 6, this album goes downhill fast. The true highpoint of this album is the production. A surprisingly enjoyable album. I agree with you that the lyrics are terrible but once you can get past them this is a pretty solid album, in R&B terms.

drewhnovak
October 28th 2007


41 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I listened to this album intensely for a few months last year, and it is an excellent album. The last third is a big letdown though: stick with the songs about sexy, Justin. No cautionary tales about crack.

plane
Emeritus
October 28th 2007


6277 Comments


Losing My Way is so much better than SexyBack.

drewhnovak
October 28th 2007


41 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Was that a pun Splat Out Path? If so, excellence. But I have to disagree; Losing My Way is not better than SexyBack....

zane1234s
December 9th 2007


47 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

This album wasn't what it was all cracked up to be, other than the spiraling, hypnotizing single "My Love" and the sexy, sleek club sounds of "FutureSex/Love Sound." Timbaland was only good in the 90s, creating a strong partnership with Missy Elliott and Aaliyah. But his chemistry working with other male artists just doesn't seem right. Timbaland tries hard to break Justin into the urban lifestyles in the horrible "Chop Me Up" and the down-right bad "Damn Girl." The appropriately titled "(Another Song) All Over Again" doesn't leave you with a filling, satisfied feeling.

FutureSex gives off more of an empty, club feel - of wanting to leave early so you can catch up on your more exciting bedroom lounging.

Great review, also.

Liberi Fatali
Emeritus
December 10th 2007


1595 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Well his chemistry working With Nelly has been pretty good, and what he has done so far with Keri Hilson has been quite promising. I'm still waiting for her damn album to come out.

DBRuss2777
January 31st 2008


30 Comments


very unique?... what?... at all..... I mean Yes we cant sit here and be the only 2 people that dident like the song. but just why over play the same song ya know.. Whatever Every Girl wants to be with him.Every guys wants to be him.This Message Edited On 01.31.08

kygermo
September 11th 2008


1005 Comments


You know, this album isnt all that bad. I always had my doubts (lets face it: Justin aint all that), but this really took me by surprise. Id give it a 3. But he has the musical depth of a jacuzzi.

AtavanHalen
September 11th 2008


17927 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Justin IS all that, fuck you

plane
Emeritus
October 20th 2008


6277 Comments


sexy ladies came on shuffle and this is awesome

mynameischan
Emeritus
December 8th 2008


17958 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

listening to this for the first time since summer



so good

AtavanHalen
December 8th 2008


17927 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

Hasn't your 5 been there for awhile now?

AlexTM510
December 16th 2008


1428 Comments


i couldnt get into this....at all. Sounds so dead

Digging: Saosin - Along the Shadow

AtavanHalen
December 17th 2008


17927 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

...wut



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