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Rick James 3/9/1992

Review

Disappointed because Garden of Love wasn't as well received as it should have been, Rick James made a triumphant return to defiant, in-your-face funk with the triple-platinum Street Songs. This was not only his best-selling album ever, it was also his best period, and certainly the most exciting album released in 1981. The gloves came all the way off this time, and James is as loud and proud as ever on such arresting hits as "Super Freak," "Give It to Me Baby," and "Ghetto Life." Ballads aren't a high priority, but those he does offer (including his stunning duet with Teena Marie, "Fire and Desire") are first-rate. Even the world's most casual funksters shouldn't be without this pearl of an album. ~ Alex Henderson
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Give It to Me Baby Rick James 5:41
  3. 2 Ghetto Life Rick James 4:20
  4. 3 Make Love to Me Rick James 4:47
  5. 4 Mr. Policeman Rick James 4:16
  6. 5 Super Freak Rick James 7:5
  7. 6 Fire and Desire Rick James 7:15
  8. 7 Call Me Up Rick James 3:52
  9. 8 Below the Funk (Pass the J) Rick James 2:34

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