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Customer Reviews

A perfect partnership

Having read the previous review by an anonymous reviewer it''s a shame to know some people so bitterly apposed to any unlikely collaborations. I mean how can somebody say that Mary j. Blige's voice is not up to the task of this song? One is an amazing song when sung by U2 alone, but it's now been updated and almost corrected in a way as U2 have made a concious decision to let Mary cover their song because she 'DOES' have the vocal emotion to carry it off. Mary j. Blige has amazing emotion in her voice which was also apparent in 'As' another amazing collaboration she performed with George Michael. I think that pretty much clears up aany issue as to whether this song is a poor remake or not. :)

Fantastic Cover

This is an amazing cover of a song. Sometimes you think why cover such a good song, but she puts her own mark on the song and you can't help but think its twice as good as the original. Great strong vocals and lots of emotion.

One.....star that is

Why are people buying this? If you're a U2 fan, can you be so blind as to simply buy any old rubbish that the band has touched. One is a wonderful song....when Bono sings it. Blige simply hasn't got the emotion in her voice to carry it off, and no amount of celebrity back patting from U2 can change that.

Biography

Born: 11 January 1971 in New York, NY

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

When her debut album, What's the 411?, hit the street in 1992, critics and fans alike were floored by its powerful combination of modern R&B with an edgy rap sound that glanced off of the pain and grit of Mary J. Blige's Yonkers, New York childhood. Called alternately the new Chaka Khan or new Aretha Franklin, Blige had little in common stylistically with either of those artists, but like them, she helped adorn soul music with new textures and flavors that inspired a whole generation of musicians....
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