Rick James – Cold Blooded
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It isn't hard to understand why Cold Blooded received so many lukewarm reviews when it came out in 1983; by that time, Rick James was being increasingly formulaic and predictable. Instead of taking a hint from Prince -- who maintained a risk-taking, adventurous spirit throughout the '80s, even if it meant stumbling on rare occasions -- James was content to recycle 1981's Street Songs over and over. That said, Cold Blooded definitely has its moments. Parts of this LP are forgettable, including the hit title song (which, like 1984's "17," was criticized for sounding so contrived). But some of the tracks are worthwhile
|A1.||U Bring The Freak Out||04:06|
|A3.||Ebony Eyes||Smokey Robi...||05:06|
|A4.||1, 2, 3 (U, Her And Me)||04:05|
|B2.||New York Town||04:06|
|B3.||P.I.M.P. The S.I.M.P.||Grandmaster...||04:28|
|B4.||Tell Me (What You Want)||Billy Dee W...||05:03|
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