This album is a 'slow-burner' which gets better after every listen.\n\n1. Betcha Gon' Know (The Prologue): I think one of the most distinct qualities about this entire album are the lyrics, which are some of the quirkier ones out there, \"For real, for real, 20\/20 Barbra Walters for real...\" just as one example. To the point, this opening song is fabulous with some dark undertones dealing with relationships. 10\/10\n\n2. Obsessed: A song about an 'obsessed' stalker. Mariah claimed that this song was inspired by a line in the film Mean Girls where one of the girls mentions, \"why you so obsessed with me?\" and had nothing to do with her spat with Eminem. Anyway, the song has sassy lyrics and a catchy beat, the auto-tuned vocals might be a turn-off for some. 8\/10\n\n3. HATEU: A song about being hurt in a relationship and just waiting for the day when you can learn to hate that individual. The song has some of the most relatable lyrics in the album and features quite a bit of Mariah's falsetto. 9\/10\n\n4. Candy Bling: Difficult to describe this song, very breezy, yet tinted in sadness. A stand out. 10\/10\n\n5. Ribbon: Finally a song that doesn't have such a depressing theme! This song grows on you and features a deep synthesized male voice singing, \"Ribbon on my mind\". 8\/10\n\n6. Inseparable: A song about a likely upcoming breakup. Again, great lyrics. 8\/10\n\n7. Standing O': Outstanding lyrics in this somewhat uptempo, sarcastic number. 9\/10\n\n8. It's a Wrap: A sassy slow number with just the greatest vibe and lyrical content ever. 10\/10\n\n9. Up Out My Face: Some of the craziest lyrics yet in this bouncy diss number, \"If we were two lego blocks even the whole Harvard University graduating class of 2010 couldn't put us back together again, when I break\". This isn't the Nicki Minaj collaboration version she later released. 9\/10\n\n10. Up Out My Face (The Reprise): Just a conclusion of the last song, featuring lots of trumpeting. The song is less than a minute long, so I won't add it to the ratings.\n\n11. More than Just Friends: If there is a track that doesn't get enough recognition on this album this is it. A somewhat mushy (lyrically) though still classy and vocally impressive tune. 9\/10\n\n12. The Impossible: Continuation of the same theme as the previous song; she describes in every way just how much she loves 'him'. 8\/10\n\n13. Impossible (The Reprise): A very subdued ending to the previous song.\n\n14. Angel (The Prelude): Lots of Whistle notes in this beautiful 1 minute prelude.\n\n15. Angels Cry: Classic (almost) Mariah ballad about longing for another. 10\/10\n\n16. Languishing (The Interlude): Nice interlude that weaves seamlessly in between the final songs.\n\n17. I Want to Know What Love Is: A lovely cover of Foreigner's 1984 hit. 9\/10\n\nThere are also 4 bouncy Obsessed remixes which are fun, but don't really add much to the album.