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Album Review

The sticker affixed to the disc proclaims "Good Girl Gone Bad: Remixed and Reloaded." (Reloaded again? Maybe Rihanna's nickname should be Ri-Ri-Ri.) In a way, this remix-compilation companion to Good Girl Gone Bad is both a cash-in and a wasted opportunity. Having already released the "Reloaded" version, which trailed the original by a year, Def Jam compiles a dozen club remixes to further bleed the turnip, but the label opted to go with the radio edits. The edits, which are three to four minutes shorter than the superior full-length versions, were possibly favored to further emphasize the disc's alternate standing to the original set; after all, only two of the original album's songs are not represented here, so it plays out more like a proper album than a standard, disjointed remix compilation. If you've worn out the original album and don't know the remixes, the disc will certainly help pass the time before Rihanna's fourth album, especially if any of it is spent on freeways — but the ten best full-length remixes (at 80 minutes) instead of 12 edited remixes (at 45 minutes) would've been the better way to go.

Customer Reviews

Dont be a hater

For you's that think these songs are out dated you maybe right but you gotta member its not rihanna that says lets release a remix album the record company does she just agrees to it, and these remixes keep people interested in her, second thing its going to take time to release a new album cause she herself and the sakes of her career wants to evolve and keep her fans interested. Which is why its taken 2 years for the release of her new album Dark Angels that is coming out around march/April this year. So just enjoy what your getting at the moment cause the new stuff is never to far away.


give it up already. the album sucked the first time around, no need to release it over and over again.

This is ridiculous.

While I think that Rihanna is talented, and this was a fantastic album, this is beyond a joke. Almost all of these remixes were offered FOR FREE when you bought the album when it was first released in June 2007! There are some awesome remixes on here, but it's time to put it GGGB out to pasture and release the follow up.


Born: 20 February 1988 in Saint Michael, Barbados

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Rihanna established her dance-pop credentials in summer 2005 with her debut smash hit, "Pon de Replay," and continued to demonstrate hit potential in subsequent years ("S.O.S." in 2006; "Umbrella" in 2007; "Disturbia" in 2008). However, it was the singer's third album, Good Girl Gone Bad, that made her a full-fledged international pop star with a regular presence atop the charts. Born Robyn Rihanna Fenty on February 20, 1988, in Saint Michael, Barbados, she exhibited a certain star quality as a young...
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