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TLC’s first release after the death of Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes combines resilience with forward-thinking space funk. Left Eye’s brash raps animate the slinky “Girl Talk,” but the interplay between T-Boz and Chilli on the lush loyalty oath “Turntable” provide an inspiring show of post-tragedy sisterhood.

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The final bow.

Left eys's early passing could have been highly detrimental to TLC's finaly album, but rather then fall back on their grief, the remaing girls put on a strong face and continued with the show, and what an amazing show! 3D is tateful in its inclusion of Left Eye's vocals while at the same time true to the group's style and sound. In the end 3D is a graceful and fullfilling final bow for TLC. Where it could have been easy to make it a sad album, it is full of energy and positive energy. A great way to remember not just Left Eye, but TLC as a whole.

IT's AN AMAZING ALBUM

Lisa Lopez, may she rest in peace. Also the group is doing very well with this album. I really loved it and its so playful and just perfect.

A Fierce Finallee

With the extremely untimely and very tragic of Lisa 'Left Eye' Lopes, a key member the awesome trip known as TLC, one would understand this likely would've largely impacted the future of the remaining two members musical journeys. The remaining duo scrambled what remaining works of Left Eye's suitably fit the rest of the album, and what for what material was unable to include Left Eye was entirely comprised only of the two's own vocals. Aside from a understandable lack of Left Eye, with her spunk that unexplainably had fit perfectly in and even completed the groups songs, this album standing in it's own merits rank above that of numerous releases of other artists that have done quite well commercially, and even critically. Just that fans took time to adjust to hearing TLC without much of its 'L'. It's not to say this album had flopped, or even failed to produce a quality experience. The record was a good one. But commercially it couldn't match up with 'CrazySexyCool', 'FanMail', nor 'Ooooooohhh... On the TLC Tip'. The album did however manage to sell 1 million copies domestically, and 2 million worldwide in its first year. The album included the #28 hit 'Girl Talk', #107 hit Hands Up, #53 hit Damaged, and uncharted single Turnable thus failing to produce a top 10 hit as all the previous released by the group had successfully produced numerous of. Despite lackluster performance in comparison to the groups earlier successes I still do invite you to enjoy this marvelous underrated release by one of the best female groups of all time.

While one can't be expected to ignore the near absence of Left Eye, I'd recommend listening to this album on its own merits. There was more than just an 'L' in TLC. Enjoy the distinct and pleasingly raspy voice of 'T-Boz', the talented familiar voice of 'Chilli', what of Left Eye was included in this release, and the prior two afore mentioned ones' (and to a lesser extent the latter one's) talents in lyrical writing. Give this album a chance, I promise you shouldn't be disappointed.

Biography

Formed: 1991 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s, '00s

TLC were one of the biggest-selling female R&B groups of all time, riding a blend of pop, hip-hop, and urban soul to superstardom during the '90s. Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins, rapper Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, and Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas managed to appeal equally to pop and R&B audiences, blending catchy hooks and bouncy funk with a playful, confident attitude. Initially, their image was equal parts style and spirit, bolstered by a flamboyant, outrageous wardrobe. As time passed, they became equally well...
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