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The Lady Killer (Deluxe Version)

Cee Lo Green

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On his third solo release the multi-talented Cee Lo Green plays the persona of the “Lady Killer” to the hilt and comes up with a winning concept and a great batch of songs. Bookended by a couple of versions of the campy “Lady Killer Theme,” which sound like they were pulled from a spy movie spoof soundtrack, the album draws on classic soul and R&B for inspiration yet doesn’t come across as retro. There’s also hardly a trace of hip-hop, which is a change from most of his previous projects. He applies considerable wordplay and wit to hook-filled and irresistible songs that include hard funk (“Bright Lights Bigger City,” “Love Gun”), sultry soul (“Bodies,” “I Want You”) and contemporary R&B with classic horns (“Satisfied,” “Cry Baby,” “It’s OK,” and the insanely catchy kiss-off tune, “F**k You"). Green’s soulful and irrepressible voice is simply fantastic in this context. The Lady Killer is smooth, stylish, and a ton of fun.

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Dee Luxe Cee Lo

This album is a fantastic collection of soul jams, which would sound just as right on the radio of 1972 as it does today. It's as if Al Green were somehow gene-spliced with the O'Jays and sealed in a time capsule for nearly forty years. I especially appreciate the availability of this clean edition, so I can crank up "Forget You," sparing me the awkward need to explain to my kids why it's okay for daddy to be happily singing "F**k You." (And you just can't help but sing along with that insidiously catchy song! "Ain't that some sh...") Cee Lo's got the vocal pipes and the phat production to give us a collection of songs for the ages. Oh, and "Scarlet Fever" all by itself is worth the few extra bucks for the Deluxe Edition (plus, you get the video, which is a sweet little bonus).

Incredible

The beauty of his music and sound is that it takes all that we loved about the music of yesterday and combines it with what is successful nowadays. That's what makes a classic. This album will be timely, forever. It's always relaxing to sit back and listen to this guy. He's the man. He's the lady killer. He's the pimp for god sakes!!! Buy this album. He deserves it. After his hard work to reach the top, give him his due. I have been listening to him for a long time, back when he was with Goodie Mob, and then Gnarls Barkley, and finally with his solo album. He's a vocal genius. All tribute goes to Lo. I listen to him everyday on my phone. He drives me. Much love.

Bring N the NEW YEAR W/A Classic

I was first introduced to Cee lo when he was with the GOODY MOB. This CD is what is missing in every song
that is out today in R&B, Originality! 5 Star CD. If you can't appriciate this CD...., Kill Yourself!!

Biography

Born: May 30, 1974 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

Multi-talented and flamboyant, Cee Lo Green initially made a name for himself and his trademark crooning as part of pioneering Dirty South rappers Goodie Mob before he broke away in the early 2000s for a colorful solo route. Along with fellow Atlanta rappers OutKast, Goodie Mob laid out the blueprint for the Dirty South style during the mid-'90s, making serious waves with their debut album, Soul Food (1995). Cee Lo was an important member of the group, often singing the hooks to many of Goodie Mob's...
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