13 Songs, 51 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
13 Ratings
13 Ratings

Okay =)

I would give this 3 1/2 stars, but there's not a button for that.
My favorite song is scandalous, and some of the other songs are alright but don't buy the whole album unless you've listened to the songs first.


It's Bad, but It's Also Good

When I saw the first seven reviews, I thought that this album was going to be the best yet! So, I listened to the examples, and I must say, it wasn't great. It was OK, but not perfect. They remind me too much of the Spice Girls (which I'm not a huge fan of). For those who love the Spice Girls and enjoy Hip-Hop/Rap all together, buy the CD. Like I said, don't be disappointed if you buy the CD and it comes out not as good as you thought. Think of this review as a --- warning (for some people anyway).


Good buy!

The songs on this album r awesome! Buy it!

About Mis-Teeq

In 2000, the female vocal group known as Mis-teeq took Britain by storm with their debut single, "Why?" The single was originally an R&B-style tune, but with the aid of garage exponent Matt "Jam" Lamont, a remix was born which became a smash in the underground garage scene and huge radio hit. Mis-Teeq had made their mark with a unique bend of R&B, garage, and rap. Mis-Teeq christened their style "U.K. Urban."

Alesha and Sabrina met at a dance school in South West London and had formed a duo. They met Su-Elise while she was auditioning for another group. They ended up signed by the same production company, and after spending time together, decided to become a group, with the addition of a fourth member, Zena. But Zena was consequently pushed out of the lineup for the sake of "harmony and balance." "Why" became a hit despite its appearance on a number of dance compilations, and an early lack of media support. They followed "Why" with the international hits "All I Want" and "One Night Stand." Mis-Teeq's music remained unreleased in America until a self-titled full-length containing the best of both U.K. albums corrected the situation in 2004. ~ Ed Nimmervoll

South London, London, England



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