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Looking like a Europop album from 1997 or 1998, Something Else's sleeve design would be much more indicative if it grafted a bunch of little Robin Thicke heads onto each dancing and playing body in Ernie Barnes' Back to Sugar Shack, the painting used for Marvin Gaye's I Want You. Not only would it be apt, it would play to Thicke's predilection for populating his covers with several images of himself. But it would obviously cause some problems. While a few songs do modernize the sound and feel of Gaye's steamy 1976 classic — filled as they are with serene sexual energy and lush, impeccably layered arrangements built on rolling bongos, liquid basslines, and Thicke's acutely Gaye-indebted upper register — there are several inspirations floating throughout, including indications that Thicke has a deeper understanding of Brazilian music, correctly believes that Philadelphia International did not flame out in the mid-'70s, and has transitioned into doing rocking R&B à la Van Hunt (cool, relaxed, natural) rather than pre-New Radicals Gregg Alexander (forced, awkward, unintentionally seriocomic). Following The Evolution of Robin Thicke, which went to the top of the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and reached number five on the Billboard 200 (there was an Oprah appearance), Something Else features improvements in every aspect. From the tropical serenade opener to the album's quietly dazzling true close (the somber Lil Wayne collaboration "Tie My Hands" is really a bonus cut, having already appeared on Tha Carter III), Thicke has shed his affectations to the point where it's much easier to detect the sincerity he once obscured with hubristic tendencies. No longer a show-off, he sounds much more sure of himself; he would not have been able to pull off a socially conscious Southern-styled ballad like "Dreamworld," whether from a writing or singing standpoint, in 2003. Though his sources remain numerous, this is his most focused, least scattered, and least dilettantish set, and it benefits greatly from its brevity relative to The Evolution. That means everything has a deeper resonance — especially the ballads, of which there are several. The man does know his audience. [The Circuit City exclusive edition offers free downloads.]

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The musical genius is back with his highly anticipated third studio album, ‘Something Else’. On Thicke’s self-produced third album he pens songs using metaphors, sex, blues and idealistic thoughts. You can’t help but to wonder what the world has come to when he croons the inspiring lyrics of Dreamworld (There would be no black and white / The world would treat my wife right / We could walk down Mississippi and no one would look at us twice). But the main idea of this album is ‘to get away from all the sadness, loneliness and depression that I used to live in’ says Thicke. Leaving the baggage of his highly emotional sophomore record behind, Thicke moves forward with a bluesy, soulful third album. Not to mention a few sex songs don’t hurt to spice things up a little. ‘Something Else’ is a must-have album. Please don’t hesitate to pick up a copy because I guarantee you will enjoy it. It might just be the best decision you make all year.

Negative reviews?

I'm surprised at the negative reviews this is getting. Robin can not create the same album (music and lyrics) as Evolution from his second album... that wouldn't make any sense!!! His third album would be just like his second album and would show no EVOLUTION!!! For those who say it's boring or mundane, that's your opinion... I think Robin is trying to get us to understand that "grown and sexy" music is where it's at... there's a theme and a method to this music.... i.e. "baby making." Then again, this generation of music listeners wouldn't really understand that. This album is very good... don't expect it to be like his second, because it's not. Musicians have to EVOLVE... and that is what Mr Thicke has done... job well done. My guess is that's why he named the album "Something Else"... he wants to show us different genres, different sounds, different melodies... I'm absolutely loving this album on the first go round!!! (SIDEBAR: check out J Hud's album too.... FIYAH!!!)

Marvin Gay meets Bee Gees?

As a huge of fan of Thicke's first album, I will note that this album still carries the same professionalism, style, and provocative vibe as the first album. However, I'm not sure that a Jamiroquai disco flavor is the revolutionary sound we've all been waiting for by any means. A little sappy and gushy with player mentality overtones. Five to seven solid tracks. He's a pro though.


Nacido(a): 10 de marzo de 1977 en Los Angeles, CA

Género: R&B/Soul

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

El cantante y compositor Robin Thicke, hijo de la vocalista Gloria Loring y de Alan Thicke, de los Growing Pains, comenzó escribiendo para Christina Aguilera, Mya, Brandy, Marc Anthony y Jordan Knight. Para el año 2000, Thicke con veintitantos años, cumplió el sueño de ver editado su álbum debut, Cherry Blue Skies, en otoño de 2002. Más tarde este fue retitulado Beautiful World y acondicionado para una promoción masiva en los medios en la primavera siguiente. Thicke firmó más tarde con el sello de...
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