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Color Me Badd

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The urban contemporary market can be incredibly fickle. While Color Me Badd was the toast of the urban world in 1991, the interracial quartet was all but forgotten a few years later. In the age of videos, Badd's image proved very marketable (for a while, anyway). But in general, its songs were far from remarkable, and its singing wasn't great by any means. This debut album -- which soared to triple platinum sales thanks to some very aggressive marketing on the part of veteran music industry exec Irving Azoff's Giant Records -- does have its moments, including the hit slow jams "I Adore Mi Amor" and "I Wanna Sex You Up" (which samples rapper Slick Rick in a rather clever fashion). But most of the songs are pedestrian and generic. There's little or nothing to distinguish cliché-ridden numbers like "Roll the Dice" or "Heartbreak" from the countless other new jack swing songs flooding the market in the early '90s. And all the "cool videos" in the world can't erase the CD's many weaknesses.
© Alex Henderson /TiVo

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1
I Wanna Sex You Up Single Mix
00:03:56

Color Me Badd, MainArtist - Mark Calderon, Composer, Lyricist - Kevin Thornton, Composer, Lyricist, Writer - Bryan Abrams, Composer, Lyricist, Writer - Dr. Freeze, Producer - Willie Clarke, Composer, Lyricist, Writer - Samuel Watters, Composer, Lyricist, Writer - Betty Wright, Composer, Lyricist, Writer - Elliot Straite, Writer - Elliott Straite, Composer, Lyricist

© 1991 Giant Records ℗ 1991 Giant Records

2
All 4 Love
00:03:31

I. Hayes, Writer - Color Me Badd, Lyricist, Writer, MainArtist - S. Watters, Writer - B. Abrams, Writer - M. Calderon, Writer - Howard Thompson, Lyricist, Writer - Howie Tee, Producer - K. THORNTON, Writer - S Cropper, Writer

© 1991 Giant Records ℗ 1991 Giant Records

3
Heartbreaker
00:03:59

Color Me Badd, Lyricist, Performance, MainArtist - HAMZA LEE, Lyricist, Producer - ROYAL BAYYAN, Producer - CMB, Composer - Thompson and Bayyan, Composer

© 1991 Giant Records ℗ 1991 Giant Records

4
I Adore Mi Amor
00:04:49

Color Me Badd, Lyricist, Writer, MainArtist - S. Watters, Writer - B. Abrams, Writer - M. Calderon, Writer - K. THORNTON, Writer - HAMZA LEE, Lyricist, Producer, Writer - ROYAL BAYYAN, Producer - Kevin Kraig Thornton, Composer, Writer - Bryan Kyeth Abrams, Composer, Writer - Mark Elra Calderon, Composer, Writer - Samuel J. Watters, Composer, Writer - Hamza El Din Lee, Composer, Writer

© 1991 Giant Records ℗ 1991 Giant Records

5
Groove My Mind
00:05:08

Color Me Badd, MainArtist - Dr. Freeze, Lyricist, Producer

© 1991 Giant Records ℗ 1991 Giant Records

6
I Wanna Sex You Up Reprise Version
00:01:09

Color Me Badd, MainArtist - Mark Calderon, Composer, Lyricist - Kevin Thornton, Composer, Lyricist, Writer - Bryan Abrams, Composer, Lyricist, Writer - Dr. Freeze, Producer - Willie Clarke, Composer, Lyricist, Writer - Samuel Watters, Composer, Lyricist, Writer - Betty Wright, Composer, Lyricist, Writer - Elliot Straite, Writer - Elliott Straite, Composer, Lyricist

© 1991 Giant Records ℗ 1991 Giant Records

7
Roll the Dice
00:04:48

Color Me Badd, Performance, MainArtist - Dr. Freeze, Producer - Gomez, Lyricist - Mundy, Lyricist

© 1991 Giant Records ℗ 1991 Giant Records

8
Slow Motion
00:04:25

Color Me Badd, Composer, Lyricist, Performance, MainArtist - Dr. Freeze, Producer - Thompson, Composer, Lyricist

© 1991 Giant Records ℗ 1991 Giant Records

9
Thinkin' Back
00:05:22

Troy Taylor, Lyricist, Writer - Color Me Badd, Lyricist, Writer, MainArtist - HAMZA LEE, Lyricist, Producer, Writer - ROYAL BAYYAN, Producer

© 1991 Giant Records ℗ 1991 Giant Records

10
I Adore Mi Amor Interlude Version
00:00:48

Color Me Badd, Lyricist, Writer, MainArtist - S. Watters, Writer - B. Abrams, Writer - M. Calderon, Writer - K. THORNTON, Writer - HAMZA LEE, Lyricist, Producer, Writer - ROYAL BAYYAN, Producer - Kevin Kraig Thornton, Composer, Writer - Bryan Kyeth Abrams, Composer, Writer - Mark Elra Calderon, Composer, Writer - Samuel J. Watters, Composer, Writer - Hamza El Din Lee, Composer, Writer

© 1991 Giant Records ℗ 1991 Giant Records

11
Color Me Badd
00:04:05

Color Me Badd, MainArtist - Dr. Freeze, Lyricist, Producer - Willie Clarke, Writer - Betty Wright, Writer - Elliot Straite, Writer

© 1991 Giant Records ℗ 1991 Giant Records

12
You're da One I Onena Love
00:04:10

Color Me Badd, Lyricist, Performance, MainArtist - Dr. Freeze, Producer - Thompson, Lyricist

© 1991 Giant Records ℗ 1991 Giant Records

Descriptif de l'album

The urban contemporary market can be incredibly fickle. While Color Me Badd was the toast of the urban world in 1991, the interracial quartet was all but forgotten a few years later. In the age of videos, Badd's image proved very marketable (for a while, anyway). But in general, its songs were far from remarkable, and its singing wasn't great by any means. This debut album -- which soared to triple platinum sales thanks to some very aggressive marketing on the part of veteran music industry exec Irving Azoff's Giant Records -- does have its moments, including the hit slow jams "I Adore Mi Amor" and "I Wanna Sex You Up" (which samples rapper Slick Rick in a rather clever fashion). But most of the songs are pedestrian and generic. There's little or nothing to distinguish cliché-ridden numbers like "Roll the Dice" or "Heartbreak" from the countless other new jack swing songs flooding the market in the early '90s. And all the "cool videos" in the world can't erase the CD's many weaknesses.
© Alex Henderson /TiVo

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