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Jungle Fever

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Stevie Wonder 5/28/1991

Review

Despite all of the hype surrounding it, the soundtrack to Jungle Fever is Stevie Wonder's best work in years. Although it can't compare to Wonder's glory days, Jungle Fever is a considerable improvement from his bland late-'80s albums. Wonder still borders on saccharine on his ballads, although even the sappiest of them ("These Three Words") is never as sickening as "I Just Called to Say I Love You." While the keyboard funk of "Chemical Love," "Gotta Have You," and "Queen in the Black" doesn't sound new, it does sound alive, which is better than Wonder has sounded in years. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Fun Day Stevie Wonder 4:40
  3. 2 Queen in the Black Stevie Wonder 4:46
  4. 3 These Three Words Stevie Wonder 4:53
  5. 4 Each Other's Throat Stevie Wonder 4:16
  6. 5 If She Breaks Your Heart Stevie Wonder 5:2
  7. 6 Gotta Have You Stevie Wonder 6:26
  8. 7 Make Sure You're Sure Stevie Wonder 3:30
  9. 8 Jungle Fever Stevie Wonder 4:55
  10. 9 I Go Sailing Stevie Wonder 3:57
  11. 10 Chemical Love Stevie Wonder 4:26
  12. 11 Lighting up the Candles Stevie Wonder 4:9

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