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JabarR74

BLACKstreet - Another Level: 25th Anniversary Thread

On this day in 1996, BLACKstreet unleashed their 2nd album, "Another Level". Teddy Riley and Chauncey "BLACK" Hannibal return with new members, Eric Williams and Mark Middleton (who replaced Dave Hollister and Levi Little), the album reached multi-platinum success by 1997

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01. Black & Street Intro

02. This Is How We Roll

03. No Diggity feat. Dr. Dre ... Queen Pen

04. Fix

05. Good Lovin'

06. Let's Stay In Love

07. Don't Leave Me

08. Never Gonna Let You Go

09. I Wanna Be Your Man

10. Taja' Lude (Interlude)

11. My Paradise (Interlude)

12. Deja's Poem

13. (Money Can't) Buy Love

14. BLACKstreet On The Radio

15. I Can't Get You Out Of My Mind

16. I'll Give It To You

17. Happy Song (Tonite)

18. Motherlude

19. The Lord Is Real (Time Will Reveal)

Bonus Remix: Fix (Remix feat. Slash, F...& ODB)

[Edited 9/10/21 11:58am]

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Reply #1 posted 09/10/21 12:47pm

funkaholic1972

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Only know the singles Don't Leave Me and No Diggity, never heard the full album. I really liked these singles though!

RIP Prince: thank U 4 a funky Time...
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Reply #2 posted 09/10/21 1:19pm

alphastreet

I used to have the album. The album cuts were strong, and one of them with an accapella was played at my middle school graduation
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Reply #3 posted 09/10/21 11:10pm

phunkdaddy

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Good album but I hated that damn Don't Leave Me. The fucking DeBarge sample
was overkill at that point. I think Pac and Biggie had already run it in the ground. I liked Never Let You Go much better. That and Fix were among the favorites for me.
Don't laugh at my funk
This funk is a serious joint
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Reply #4 posted 09/11/21 5:23am

EmmaMcG

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One of the first CD's my older sister ever had. I used to love listening to that album when I was younger.

As a sidenote, thank you Jabar for starting this thread. Because it's just reminded me that this album exists so off I go to Amazon to buy it. lol
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Reply #5 posted 09/11/21 4:45pm

Superstition

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A solid album. I like “The Lord Is Real”, which is a remake of DeBarge’s “Time Will Reveal” with gospel lyrics and vibe.
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Reply #6 posted 09/12/21 12:53pm

JabarR74

This year also marks the 30th anniversary when BLACKstreet was formed. Teddy met Chauncey while working on Bobby Brown's 3rd album

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Reply #7 posted 09/13/21 2:11pm

Cinny

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I had this CD but mostly because the single for "No Diggity" was all weird mixes. They had the nerve to reissue that single recently for Record Store Day too.

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Reply #8 posted 09/14/21 6:02am

CoolMF

Solid album- I remember liking it but it wasn't as strong or consistent as the 1st album. Loved the Fix remix.

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