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    io lo sto riascoltando *__________*
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    Justin Timberlake

    The 20/20 Experience

    RCA

    Rolling Stone: star rating 4/5



    By Jody Rosen


    March 11, 2013


    Justin Timberlake is such a natural entertainer – such a charismatic and effortlessly appealing singer, dancer and showman – that it's easy to ignore how weirdly, how willfully, he's gone about his career. He graduated from the Mickey Mouse Club to 'NSync to solo superstardom – a natural enough progression – but then, at the height of his success, he spit the bit, jettisoning music to dabble in movies, SNL viral videos and, um, golf. Timberlake released his superb second album, FutureSex/LoveSounds, six and a half years ago, an eternity in pop music. When that album's lead single, "SexyBack," first hit the charts in the summer of 2006, no one had ever heard of Lady Gaga or Justin Bieber.


    Now, suddenly, Timberlake is back – and he's sounding woollier than ever. The 20/20 Experience is the biggest pop event of 2013 so far, but it's not quite a pop album. Its sense of musical space-time is more elastic and sprawling than anything on the radio: The 10 tracks average seven minutes; songs unfurl into vamps, abruptly change keys, pile on unexpected beats and harmonies. The music is catchy, but the emphasis is on rhythm and flow. In one showpiece, JT chants over brass, percussion and strings; the music takes a world's worth of sounds: Afrobeat, soca, bhangra, "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'." The song is called "Let the Groove Get In." It would have been an apt album title.


    You might call The 20/20 Experience Timberlake's neo-soul record. (It has more in common with D'Angelo and Maxwell than Usher or Bieber.) "Pusher Love Girl," an ode to the intoxicating effects of love and sex, borrows Curtis Mayfield's falsetto and Stevie Wonder's chord changes; the swinging groove of "Suit & Tie" is pure "What's Going On"-era Marvin Gaye. There are other period touches: When guitarist Elliott Ives steps forward for a rippling solo in "Spaceship Coupe," it sounds as if Eddie Hazel, the great Parliament-Funkadelic axman, has piloted his mother*ship into Timberlake's orbit.


    JT isn't the only one staging a comeback here. His old partner Timbaland co-produced every track, along with Timberlake himself and Jerome "J-Roc" Harmon. Timba*land has also been lying low, and The 20/20 Experience is both a return to form and a departure, deftly combining his trademark shape-shifting digital funk with a warmer, more organic sound.


    The 20/20 Experience may test the patience of fans expecting immediate gratification. There are no songs as instantly infectious as "Like I Love You" or "SexyBack," nothing that cuts as deep as "Cry Me a *River" or "My Love." But eventually the music sinks its teeth in, even on the wooziest songs. The closing "Blue Ocean Floor" has no beat as such, and not much of a melody – just stray percussion coloring a wash of psychedelic sounds. Timberlake sings, "If my red eyes don't see you anymore/And I can't hear you through the white noise/Just send your heartbeat out there to the blue ocean floor." If you had to categorize it, you'd call it an abstract ambient soul ballad. But that guy in the suit and tie, that showbiz savant – in the end, he makes it sound like pop.


    Read more: The 20/20 Experience | Album Reviews | Rolling Stone
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    Vogliamo parlare di That Girl????????
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    Justin Timberlake's '20/20' Eyeing Half-Million Debut Sales Week, Streams Online


    The long-awaited album should easily score Timberlake his second No. 1 solo set.

    While Justin Timberlake's long-awaited album "The 20/20 Experience" doesn't go on sale for another week, industry sources say it's going to have a blockbuster debut on Billboard's charts.


    The album became available for online streaming via iTunes on Monday, giving fans their first listen.
    Those in the know suggest the album could sell at least 500,000 copies in its debut week, easily securing Timberlake his second No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart. "20/20's" half-million forecast could grow even larger once the album reaches retailers.


    The RCA Records set, which is due to go on sale on Tuesday, March 19 in the U.S., could score the best sales week for an album in four months. The last title to sell more than a half-million in a week was One Direction's "Take Me Home," which opened with 540,000 after its release on Nov. 13, 2012 (according to Nielsen SoundScan).


    Since the start of 2012, only four albums sold in excess of a half-million in a week: "Take Me Home," Mumford & Sons' "Babel" in its debut frame (600,000), Adele's "21" in the first full week after the 2012 Grammy Awards (730,000) and Taylor Swift's "Red" in its debut (1.2 million).
    The last solo male artist to sell more than 500,000 in a week was Drake, when his "Take Care" album debuted with 631,000 on the chart dated Dec. 3, 2011.


    Timberlake's last studio album, 2006's "FutureSex/LoveSounds," sold 684,000 in its first week, and debuted at No. 1.





    Justin Timberlake's '20/20' Eyeing Half-Million Debut Sales Week, Streams Online | Billboard
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    Justin Timberlake, 'The 20/20 Experience': Track-By-Track Review

    Billboard Rating: 88


    Six-and-a-half years after effectively conquering pop music with a highly sexual, fashionably futuristic album, Justin Timberlake has returned as a more relaxed version of himself, with a brand new palette of musical shades. Despite the reunion of Timberlake and "FutureSex/Lovesounds" producer Timbaland, "The 20/20 Experience" is not a sequel of that groundbreaking album as much as a document of growth, crystallized within the medium of classic R&B.


    The propulsive moans and aggressive come-ons of his 2006 smash single "Sexyback," for instance, have been traded for big-band brass, creeping bass and open-hearted professions of love on songs like "That Girl," "Mirrors" and "Tunnel Vision." Timberlake has always been a vocal force, but the main accomplishment of "The 20/20 Experience" is the expansion of Timberlake's vision: aside from Jay-Z's guest verse on snappy single "Suit and Tie," the album features no guests, and often allows its tracks to run past the seven-minute mark.


    One of the year's most anticipated pop releases is also one of the genre's weirdest -- and most fully realized -- efforts in ages. There will be many people longing for the immediacy of songs like "My Love" and "Rock Your Body," but Timberlake has offered us something more complicated, although no less accessible.


    Which songs on "The 20/20 Experience" are worth extended listens? Check out Billboard.com's extensive track-by-track breakdown of Justin Timberlake's long-awaited new album.



    1. Pusher Love Girl - Like a more seasoned version of his opening "Justified" come-on "Senorita," "Pusher Love Girl" is an extended glide -- even if the drug-addled extended metaphor at the heart of the song produces some dubious lyrics, Timberlake's effortless delivery will leave listeners hopelessly, er, addicted. The song morphs into fuzzed-out neo-soul during an extended breakdown, one of the many mid-song transformations that occur on the album.


    2. Suit and Tie feat. Jay-Z - The ode to high style is still not as sonically ambitious as Timberlake's last lead single, "Sexyback," but within the confines of "The 20/20 Experience," "Suit and Tie" makes a lot more sense. Funneling the succulence of "Pusher Love Girl" into a more radio-friendly format, Timberlake and Jay-Z -- who will soon be co-headlining a stadium tour -- demonstrate an effortlessness that probably took months to construct.


    3. Don't Hold The Wall - Tribal chants and oozing vocal samples combat with rainsticks and spacious drums, as Timberlake correctly reads the primal tone and commands his subject to give in to her physical impulses. Timbaland's production is the star here, turning on a dime at the 4:20 mark and assuming a darker, more muscular structure. There are so many things happening on "Don't Hold The Wall" that it takes five listens just to process them.


    4. Strawberry Bubblegum - The intensity of "Don't Hold The Wall" evaporates, and a cloud of electronic blips, string stabs and snappy percussion tears at the seams of a (relatively) simple R&B tune. Timberlake has rarely sounded more at peace as he does when he intones, "She's just like nothing that I've ever seen before/And please, don't change nothing, because your flavor's so original." The sashaying outro is pleasant enough, but the main track is sumptuous enough on its own.


    5. Tunnel Vision - The instrumentation is vintage Timbaland, with fizzing beats abetted by the producer's signature ad-libs and vocal record-scratches, while Timberlake puffs out his chest and throws out a typically confident performance. The song's evolution is thrilling: not only do the ornate production details stack upon each other to create a constantly moving Jenga tower, the arrangement falls apart at exactly the right time, as Timberlake sings, "A crowded room… all I see is you. Everything just disappears, disappears, disappears."


    6. Spaceship Coupe - From the groove at its gooey core to the lyrical concept -- interstellar romance! -- "Spaceship Coupe" smacks of an R. Kelly castoff… not that that's a pose that Timberlake can't successfully assume. "Spaceship Coupe" is admittedly sillier than any of the other "20/20" tracks, and Timbaland sounds out of his element here; JT sells the concept with aplomb, though, and even gets an electric guitar solo to echo across the cosmos.


    7. That Girl - "Some 'em some Southern love!" Timbaland commands during his faux-introduction of "JT & The Tennessee Kids," and Timberlake strides onstage to reside upon one of the album's shiniest surfaces. "That Girl" does not carry grand ambitions, endlessly rhyming "baby" with "lady" and keeping the whiz-bang production techniques to a minimum, but as the bass continues creeping forward and Timberlake nods to the brass section, the song reaches "immaculate soul" status.


    8. Let The Groove Get In - The album's only extended dance flare-up, with canned horns popping off, propulsive percussion begging for movement and Timberlake's harmonized voice knocking against Timbaland's nimble pop arrangement. For seven minutes, "Off The Wall"-era MJ gets a tip of the cap, and Timberlake enters a zone reserved for only the most assured mainstream stars. Make no mistake: "Let The Groove Get In" will be exhilarating in concert.


    9. Mirrors - Imagine being a newlywed and wanting to write the most epic song ever in honor of your new life partner. "Mirrors" is Timberlake's version of that anthem -- how can you not think of the singer's recent wedding photos alongside Jessica Biel when he endlessly repeats, "You are, you are, the love, of my life," as if he had just soaked in the splendid finality of his romantic situation? Compare this album's second single to "Justified's" second single, "Cry Me A River," and aside from the steady presence of Timbaland's fantastically cluttered production, the difference between the song is clear: 10 years ago, Timberlake was broken, and now he is whole.


    10. Blue Ocean Floor - An unexpectedly somber note ends Timberlake's third album, with the pop star digging for his most pensive expressions and pleading to be joined in his silent escape. Compared to something like "FutureSex's" "serious" song "Losing My Way," "Blue Ocean Floor" shows the growth of Timberlake, who gently steps into Timbaland's puddles of piano pokes and elongated melodies. It's a song that only a few vocalists could land -- imagine Thom Yorke trying this one on for size -- and a bold way to close a generally celebratory project.






    Justin Timberlake, 'The 20/20 Experience': Track-By-Track Review | Billboard
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    Sto ascoltando questo album da quando è stato messo su iTunes...è davvero un grande lavoro e non voglio dire altro, mi ha ispirato per poter scrivere una recensione

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