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Juslisen (Special Edition)


Download links and information about Juslisen (Special Edition) by Musiq. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 26 tracks with total duration of 01:53:32 minutes.

Artist: Musiq
Release date: 2002
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul
Tracks: 26
Duration: 01:53:32
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No. Title Length
1. Scratch Introlude (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 0:31
2. Newness (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 3:47
3. Caughtup (feat. Aaries) (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 3:27
4. Stoplayin (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 4:03
5. Religious (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 4:18
6. Babygirl (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 3:34
7. Halfcrazy (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 4:14
8. Time (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 5:16
9. Future (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 4:00
10. Intermission: Juslisen (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 2:07
11. Realove (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 4:27
12. Onenight (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 4:41
13. Previouscats (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 4:00
14. Solong (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 4:14
15. Bestfriend (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 4:23
16. Dontchange (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 5:08
17. Motherfather (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 4:31
18. Something (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 5:08
19. Ifiwouldaknew (Girlnextdoor Remix) [feat. Aaries] (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 4:32
20. Dontchange (Remix) [Radio Edit] {feat. Ronald Isley} (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 3:59
21. Halfcrazy (Remix) (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 3:35
22. Halfcrazy (Summer Maddness Remix) (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 3:36
23. Beautiful Contradiction (feat. Beverley Knight) (featuring Musiq Soulchild, Beverley Knight) 4:44
24. Break You Off (Break U Off Re Recall) [All Vox Up] {feat. The Roots} (featuring The Roots) 4:47
25. Break You Off (Break U Off Re Recall) [A Cappella] {feat. The Roots} (featuring The Roots) 4:36
26. Dontchange (Pound Boys Main Mix Long) (featuring Musiq Soulchild) 11:54



On his second album, Juslisen, Musiq — who has dropped the "(Soulchild)" surname — delivers on the promise of his debut, turning in a slyly assured, smoothly sexy collection of neo-soul. One of the most appealing things about Musiq is that he never oversells his songs, never indulges in hyperbolic screams or exaggerated grunts and moans. He lays back on the groove but doesn't disappear into it — he deepens it and gives it character, making this more than a supremely seductive neo-soul record. And, to be sure, it is that, a wonderfully romantic mood album, but it's more than that because Musiq has other skills besides crooning and keeping a mood. First of all, he and his collaborators are first-class writers, sustaining interest not just through the singles, but through the album tracks. Then, he and his producers know how to deliver a sound that at once hearkens back to classic '70s soul and feels lushly contemporary. Musiq doesn't hide his love for classic soul — he's seen on the back cover digging through crates of vinyl, surrounded by eight-tracks — but the great thing about what he pulls off on Juslisen is that this love is absorbed, ingrained in the very music, so while it's reminiscent of Stevie Wonder or Marvin Gaye at times, it never feels like a forced attempt to follow in their footsteps. Which, of course, is why it feels like a worthy heir. [The "Special Edition," released in 2008, added several bonus cuts.]