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TLC 11/15/1994

Review

On their second album, TLC downplay their overt rap connections, recording a smooth, seductive collection of contemporary soul reminiscent of both Philly soul and Prince, powered by new jack and hip-hop beats. Lisa Lopes contributes the occasional rap, but the majority of CrazySexyCool belongs to Tionne Watkins and Rozonda Thomas. While they aren't the most accomplished vocalists -- they have a tendency to be just slightly off-key -- the material they sing is consistently strong. As the cover of Prince's "If I Was Your Girlfriend" indicates, TLC favor erotic, mid-tempo funk. Yet the group removes any of the psychosexual complexities of Prince's songs, leaving a batch of sexy material that just sounds good, especially the hit singles. Both "Creep" and "Red Light Special" have a deep groove that accentuates the slinky hooks, but it's "Waterfalls," with its gently insistent horns and guitar lines and instantly memorable chorus, that ranks as one of the classic R&B songs of the '90s. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Intro-Lude TLC 1:2
  3. 2 Creep TLC 4:25
  4. 3 Kick Your Game TLC 4:14
  5. 4 Diggin' on You TLC 4:12
  6. 5 Case of the Fake People TLC 4:2
  7. 6 CrazySexyCool (Interlude) TLC 1:42
  8. 7 Red Light Special TLC 4:58
  9. 8 Waterfalls TLC 4:37
  10. 9 Intermission-Lude TLC 0:39
  11. 10 Let's Do It Again TLC 4:15
  12. 11 If I Was Your Girlfriend TLC 4:37
  13. 12 Sexy (Interlude) TLC 1:34
  14. 13 Take Our Time TLC 4:32
  15. 14 Can I Get a Witness (Interlude) TLC 2:57
  16. 15 Switch TLC 3:27
  17. 16 Sumthin' Wicked This Way Comes TLC 4:23

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