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Download links and information about A41 by All - 4 - One. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Pop genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 45:00 minutes.

Artist: All - 4 - One
Release date: 2002
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Pop
Tracks: 11
Duration: 45:00
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No. Title Length
1. Green Light 4:13
2. Not Ready 4 Goodbye 4:12
3. Heaven Sent 3:51
4. Friday Night 4:06
5. I Just Wanna Be Your Everything 3:55
6. Beautiful As U 3:33
7. Open Up Your Eyes 4:12
8. I Am Blessed 2:59
9. Before U, Without U, After U 3:46
10. Round & Round 3:45
11. Between Us 6:28



From a self-titled album in 1994 to A41 in 2002, All 4 One's problem has never been a lack of vocal prowess — the group's four members are, without question, highly talented singers. But having a great deal of talent and making the most of it are two different things, and on this 2002 release, All 4 One's members still have yet to make the most of their considerable skills. Like the group's previous releases, A41 usually favors a very safe, middle-of-the-road blend of urban and adult contemporary. And true to form, All 4 One embraces a lot of syrupy ballads that are pleasant but unremarkable and lightweight. Gentle ballads like "Heaven Sent," "Before U, Without You, After U," "Not Ready 4 Goodbye," and the single "Beautiful As You" will likely please those who All 4 One won over with their 1994 smash "I Swear"; in fact, unchallenging, innocuous background music is exactly what some stressed-out and overworked Americans are looking for. But the group is capable of a lot more, and on this CD it is clear that All 4 One is resorting to formula instead of gambling with inspiration and taking chances. Nonetheless, A41 has its moments. The funky, up-tempo "Round and Round" is quite infectious, and the gospel-tinged "Between Us" (which is arguably the CD's best track) has an enjoyably Stevie Wonder-ish quality. Also noteworthy is a cover of Andy Gibb's 1977 hit "I Just Wanna Be Your Everything," which isn't as strong as the original version but is still likable. Is A41 a bad album? Definitely not. But it isn't a great album either, and it's sad to see All 4 One settling for competent when their members are obviously capable of excellence.