Mariah Carey-EMC2- JP Retail -2008- MP3/Flac

Mariah Carey-EMC2- JP Retail -2008-
ARTIST: Mariah Carey
LABEL: Island/Def Jam/UMG Japan
GRABBER: EAC (Secure Mode)
ENCODER: LAME 3.98b6 / -V2 --vbr-new
QUALITY: 192 Kbps Avg / 44.1 KHz / Joint Stereo
PLAYTIME: 1h 00min 02sec total
SIZE: 82.42MB
RELEASE DATE: 2008-04-14
RIP DATE: 2008-04-24
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Mariah Carey-EMC2- JP Retail -2008-
Mariah Carey-EMC2- JP Retail -2008-
01. Migrate (Feat. T-Pain) (Produced By Danja) 4:17
02. Touch My Body (Produced By C. "Tricky" Stewart & The-Dream) 3:24
03. Cruise Control (Feat. Damian Marley) (Produced By Jermaine Dupri) 3:32
04. I Stay In Love (Produced By Bryan-Michael Cox) 3:32
05. Side Effects (Feat. Young Jeezy) (Produced By Scott Storch) 4:22
06. I'm That Chick (Produced By Stargate) 3:31
07. Love Story (Produced By Jermaine Dupri) 3:56
08. I'll Be Lovin' U Long Time (Produced By Toomp) 3:01
09. Last Kiss (Produced By Jermaine Dupri) 3:36
10. Thanx 4 Nothin' (Produced By Jermaine Dupri) 3:05
11. O.O.C. (Produced By Swizz Beatz) 3:26
12. For The Record (Produced By Bryan-Michael Cox) 3:26
13. Bye Bye (Produced By Stargate) 4:26
14. I Wish You Well (Produced By James Poyser) 4:39
15. Heat (JP Bonus Track) (Produced By 3:36
16. 4Real4Real (Feat. Da Brat) (JP Bonus Track) (Produced By Bryan-Michael Cox) 4:13
Ripped by request using LAME 3.98b6.
For internal distribution only! -
Two weeks prior to the April 2008 release of E=MC2 --
Mariah Carey's tenth album and the sequel to her big 2005 comeback,
The Emancipation of Mimi --
the diva broke Elvis Presley's record of being the solo artist with the most
number one singles on the Billboard charts. Lots of publicity surrounded
"Touch My Body" reaching number one, as well it should: busting an Elvis
record is always news, but this particular record served team Mariah well, as
it paints Carey as being a diva who's bigger and better than the rest. An
unintentional side effect of this very record is that it also tacitly pointed
out that Mariah has been around a long, long time: 18 years, to be exact,
roughly two years shy of the two decades that it took Elvis to establish his
record. Unlike Elvis -- or any other major artist who's been around for two
decades, for that matter -- Carey seems determined not to look back, to exist
in some kind of eternal now, never acknowledging that she has a past, unless
she's wielding her divorce from her ex-husband/ex-record label chief Tommy
Mottola for some kind of sympathy, something she does once again here via
vague allusions to naïveté and "violent times" on "Side Effects." Mariah
refers to that separation so often that it's hard not to think of it as
something recent but it happened a long, long time ago -- well over a decade
prior to the release of E=MC2, to be precise -- but as the separation was the
pivot point for Carey's career, it's easy to see why she keeps returning to
it, even if the emotional heft of her singing about the pain has long since

enjoy po......:D