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BBD, CD

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Estimated to arrive by Tue, Jul 23rd. Details
FREE via USPS First Class Mail (2 to 3 business days) to United States

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None: All purchases final

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Category:

CDs

Quantity Available:

Only one in stock, order soon

Condition:

Brand New

Duration:

Album

Release Year:

2007

Artist:

Bell Biv DeVoe

Format:

Audio CD

Release Date:

Sep 3

Number of Discs:

1

UPC:

B00005RYG5

Record Label:

Universal

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More than a week ago

Item number:

464355847

Item description

"We sellin' like Bon Jovi," Ronnie DeVoe drawls on BBD's "Scandalous." This is typical pop hype, but Bell Biv DeVoe should be happy their lyrics weren't screened by fact checkers. BBD (Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins, and DeVoe) hasn't clocked platinum units since their 1990 debut, Poison. Back then the trio, an offshoot of '80s superstar boy group New Edition, laced smooth harmonies to rugged beats and misogynist lyrics, making their first one of the best (and most widely imitated) R B records of the era. After the moderately successful '93 follow-up, Hootie Mack, Bell Biv DeVoe are back, trying to appeal to an audience that's now saturated with thugged-out Romeos and has no idea how groundbreaking the trio was. Sadly, BBD does their legacy little good with this lackluster effort. Now in their 30s, Bell, Biv, and DeVoe still think the lady is a tramp, but while they once spit out their sex-you-ups with a bad-boy bite, new cuts like the thumping "Dance B----" just sound bitter. The vibe is better when the trio lets the love flow, as on the silky "I Ain't Going Nowhere," which proves BBD can still make the females swoon