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Love After War

by Robin Thicke

Love After War by Robin Thicke

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Love After War

by Robin Thicke

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Label: The Neptunes
If Robin Thicke had lived during the Rat Pack era, he would have killed it on the supper-club circuit. He exudes smoothness on much of Love After War, from the power-to-the-people neo soul of "The New Generation" to the brash '70s-inspired soul of "I'm An Animal." In spite of those up-tempo numbers, his specialty remains silky ballads, and he offers plenty here, including the title track, "Boring" and the bossa-nova-inflected "Lovely Lady." Even rascally Lil Wayne sounds kittenish on "Pretty Lil' Heart." Thicke isn't breaking any new ground here, but why would you want him to?

About This Album

If Robin Thicke had lived during the Rat Pack era, he would have killed it on the supper-club circuit. He exudes smoothness on much of Love After War, from the power-to-the-people neo soul of "The New Generation" to the brash '70s-inspired soul of "I'm An Animal." In spite of those up-tempo numbers, his specialty remains silky ballads, and he offers plenty here, including the title track, "Boring" and the bossa-nova-inflected "Lovely Lady." Even rascally Lil Wayne sounds kittenish on "Pretty Lil' Heart." Thicke isn't breaking any new ground here, but why would you want him to?

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About This Album

If Robin Thicke had lived during the Rat Pack era, he would have killed it on the supper-club circuit. He exudes smoothness on much of Love After War, from the power-to-the-people neo soul of "The New Generation" to the brash '70s-inspired soul of "I'm An Animal." In spite of those up-tempo numbers, his specialty remains silky ballads, and he offers plenty here, including the title track, "Boring" and the bossa-nova-inflected "Lovely Lady." Even rascally Lil Wayne sounds kittenish on "Pretty Lil' Heart." Thicke isn't breaking any new ground here, but why would you want him to?