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Epiphany [Parental Advisory]
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Album: Epiphany
# Song Title   Time
1)    Tallahassee Love
2)    Church
3)    Tipsy
4)    Show U How
5)    I Got It
6)    Suicide
7)    Bartender - (featuring Akon)
8)    Backseat Action
9)    Put It Down
10)    Time Machine
11)    Yo Stomach
12)    Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin') - (featuring Yung Joc)
13)    69
14)    Reggae Night
15)    Shottas - (Patois)
16)    Right Hand
17)    Sounds Bad
 

Album: Epiphany
# Song Title   Time
1)    Tallahassee Love
2)    Church
3)    Tipsy
4)    Show U How
5)    I Got It
6)    Suicide
7)    Bartender - (featuring Akon)
8)    Backseat Action
9)    Put It Down
10)    Time Machine
11)    Yo Stomach
12)    Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin') - (featuring Yung Joc)
13)    69
14)    Reggae Night
15)    Shottas - (Patois)
16)    Right Hand
17)    Sounds Bad
 
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Performer Notes
  • Photographer: Christian Lantry.
  • Rapper-turned-singer T-Pain occupies a genre all his own: "Hard & B" is how he describes it. On his sophomore album, EPIPHANY, the Tallahassee native follows the same formula that made his debut such a success--namely, shockingly hardcore lyrics normally reserved for the rap arena, cloaked in sweat and sensitive melodies. With a penchant for computerized vocal effects (much like his contemporary and label-boss Akon), T-Pain ups the ante on radio-friendly raunch with sexy club anthems like "Backseat Action," "69," and "Yo Stomach." EPIPHANY features guest appearances from Yung Joc, Akon, Cham, and J Lyric, among others, further solidifying his credibility within the world of hardcore hip-hop.
Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (p.103) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "The hooks come fast and loose....EPIPHANY should be lighting up both bedrooms and the clubs."

Entertainment Weekly (p.80) - "[T]here's no denying the allure of his sinuous melodies." -- Grade: B+

The Wire (p.65) - "Pain's epiphany on EPIPHANY is probably that rapping still had his strengths....Pain exercises a lot of latitude..."

Vibe (p.76) - "[A] superior effort....Like any modern machine, T-Pain takes what he wants, strips it down, and gives it the voice of computer love."
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