Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Album Review: Incomparable by Faith Evans

I went back and read my review of the last album from Faith Evans. Just like last time I wish it wasn't 16 tracks.  This album does feel more like an album and it does feel that there is some consistency from song to song, especially on the songs that don't feature other artists.  In fact you could drop all of those off this album and it would be a much stronger album.

The biggest problem with this album is what hurts so many.  There just isn't a song on here that really stands out above the rest.  In other words there isn't anything that's going to be bringing me back to this album.  I've enjoyed listening to this album while it's been in my queue, but I can't imagine seeking out this album now that it is going out of my queue.

One thing I would love to see Faith Evans do is make a much more focused and serious album that focuses on topics that are much more relevant to people her age. Evans turns 42 this year and it would be fun to see her make an album that has much more appeal to people of her age.

Following the Rhapsody rating method I give it 2 out of 5 stars for Not Bad.

1 comment:

  1. The video song is catchy, and she's a good singer. Much like you once felt that every album should come out with an accompanying movie with videos for each song, I now want to require that all albums be released with an accompanying Just Dance video game. I've played with all of the toys and all of the games forever and ever, and Just Dance is the best of them all.