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LL Cool J 10/15/2002

Review

No, "10" isn't the rating of LL Cool J's flexed biceps or his bare chest, it's the number of albums he's recorded for Def Jam -- and the title of his latest. As on his last couple, LL moves back and forth between lovers rock and a few hardcore tracks. He sounds more comfortable singing to the ladies though, with a little pleading and a lot of telling how it's going to be, balancing his usual gravelly delivery with plenty of sweet, female-led choruses. Surprisingly, despite a strong roster of producers (Tone & Poke, the Neptunes, Ron "Amen-Ra" Lawrence), 10 isn't much of a head-turner. Only the DJ S&S production "Fa Ha" lets LL Cool J relax into a solid hardcore groove. Just like on the cover, there's a lot of posturing going on here, but very little substance. ~ John Bush
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Intro LL Cool J 1:4
  3. 2 Born to Love You LL Cool J 3:42
  4. 3 Luv U Better LL Cool J 4:47
  5. 4 Paradise LL Cool J 4:35
  6. 5 Fa Ha LL Cool J 4:55
  7. 6 Niggy Nuts LL Cool J 3:41
  8. 7 Amazin' LL Cool J 3:59
  9. 8 Clockin' G's LL Cool J 4:9
  10. 9 Lollipop LL Cool J 4:45
  11. 10 After School LL Cool J 4:39
  12. 11 Throw Ya L's Up LL Cool J 3:52
  13. 12 U Should LL Cool J 4:20
  14. 13 10 Million Stars LL Cool J 4:2
  15. 14 Mirror Mirror LL Cool J 4:26
  16. 15 Big Mama (Unconditional Love) LL Cool J 5:30

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