Download links and information about Unbelievable by Sarah Connor. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Pop genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:07:30 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Pop|
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|1.||One Nite Stand (Of Wolves and Sheep) [feat. Wyclef Jean]||4:00|
|3.||I Wanna Touch U There||3:27|
|4.||The Loving Permission||4:52|
|5.||Where Did You Sleep Last Nite?||4:55|
|7.||Skin On Skin||4:46|
|8.||Wait 'til You Hear from Me||4:21|
|10.||Put Your Eyez On Me||4:06|
|11.||That's the Way I Am||3:36|
|15.||Make My Day||3:37|
|16.||Teach U Tonite||4:32|
Having lost its way a little in a neutered limbo populated with a volley of faux-chanteuses who appeared post-Britney, it's refreshing to find contemporary R&B beginning to distance itself from the whiter-than-white, squeaky-clean soul lite in favor of getting back to the business of boot-knocking. Twenty-two-year-old Sarah Connor has been touted as something of an Aguilera-beater by Sony, with her debut, Green Eyed Soul, laying down plenty of comparatively explicit lyrical slap and tickle. Quick to realize a good thing when they have it, the label have unleashed this sophomore outing less than a year after the release of its predecessor. Despite something of a menacing Teutonic flavor which her German inflection lends to the pillow talk unwisely scattered amongst the track listing, this slightly disturbing quality thankfully disappears once she starts singing — with her unarguably powerful voice soaring above the rock-solid production of sometime-Backstreet Boys desk man Bulent Aris. As is par for the course with the genre, ill-advised ballads handicap an album which didn't realistically require 17 tracks, but these slight indiscretions are unlikely to put off fans baying for a second album of Connor's slick pop.