Rated 5 out of 5★ by 1reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by EvaMiyazakiFTW Music Box (1993) Music Box is Mariah's 3rd major studio album and her best seller in terms of worldwide records sold. The album includes some of her most iconic songs, but also features less variety being a bit of a ballad overdose. Nevertheless, I'm sure many fans still have this record as a favorite because it features Mariah's prime vocals along with zero guest rappers.1. Dreamlover: uptempo dance track, head-bobbing time! 9/102. Hero: The first composite of this song was actually written by Mariah intended for Gloria Estefan to sing for the movie "Hero" (1992), however this never happened because her team convinced her the song was too good to give away. Afterwards, she rearranged the the song to be more personal, less sappy, and bring in a more R&B/Pop feel. Everybody knows this song it's a modern classic. 10/103. Anytime you Need a Friend: It has a gospel feel with the accompanying choir, very nice! 9/104. Music Box: Glorious slow-tempo ballad. 10/105. Now that I Know: Uptempo fun track. 7/106. Never Forget You: Slow, blissful ballad. 8/107. Without You: Cover of the famous Harry Nilsson song (1971), just incredible. 10/108. Just to Hold you Once Again: Slow depressing ballad. Good, but a bit similar to everything else 7/109. I've Been Thinking About you: A really fun uptempo song! 9/1010. All I've Ever Wanted: Very good, but also another slow ballad. 8/10 07/03/2013