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Just Amazing

Probably the most emotionally connected albums I've heard in a while, Eric manages to craft a fine story about his experiences in life and love, bringing us along for an amazing ride; after all, some of the best art and expression comes when we talk about our lives. Joy, fear, sadness and even empowerment; Benet manages to cover ground with amazing writing, emotional tone and musical arrangement and production! "Man Enough to Cry", "Hurricane" and "Making Love" cannot be missed. I've been loving this album for months with no tiring in sight!

His Pain is Our Gain

Best CD of 2005 by far! Benét's third solo album comes after a long six year hiatus since the very good A Day In The Life and finds him in a very contemplative mood. Recent events well chronicled in the tabloids have left him a shattered man but his pain is definitely our gain because this is a wonderfully crafted album of heart-stopping sincerity and is his best work yet. The tempo never gets much faster than the beautiful "Pretty Baby" and "Where Does The Love Go" because catharsis is what's on Benét's mind and ballads to his lost love are where this album focuses and excels. With the masterful production of super producers Walter Afanasieff and David Foster (where have these guys been?), the ballads are all beautiful and his voice has never sounded better. My favorites include the beautiful old school "The Last Time" and the sweet "Still With You". This whole album proves the lyrics from "In The End" true: "I know that life has a funny way of bringing out the best by bringing on the pain". After experiencing Hurricane, you can only conclude that he must have messed up real bad if these wonderful songs couldn't help him win his love back. By the way, the album also includes "I Wanna Be Loved", a song he had recorded with Earth, Wind and Fire but never saw the light of day (you can hear portions of it on the EWF DVD Shining Stars). This version is just Eric Benét solo. I kind of wish he had released the collaboration but this is still a wonderful track.

Great Album

I had not heard Eric's music before this album.His voice is flawless and smooth and all the songs are consistent in style. Great for listening to while relaxing. And best of all, no smut which is very prominent in todays music.


Born: October 15, 1970 in Milwaukee, WI

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

Eric Benét is a contemporary R&B singer with mild hip-hop and strong adult contemporary influences. As a teenager, he performed in a family vocal group (appropriately named Benét) with his sister and cousin. The group signed with EMI and released an eponymous album in 1992 that largely went unnoticed. Eric blazed his own trail as a solo artist shortly afterward, signing to Warner Bros. and releasing his debut album, True to Myself, in the fall of 1996. A Day in the Life followed in 1999. Its first...
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Hurricane, Eric Benét
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: R&B/Soul, Music, Contemporary R&B, Rock
  • Released: Oct 30, 2001

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