The best parts of this dud are the ones in which she's singing. This is what she does best. This is what she should stick to. Save your money and watch her videos for free on cable music-television networks.
This is one of my favorite Mariah albums, the reason being that every track is a hit with the whole CD devoid of filler. Haters gonna hate.\n\n1. Migrate (Featuring T-Pain): Uptempo dance number to kick off the album, every bit as good as \"Shake It Off\", also the rapping is actually good. 10\/10\n\n2. Touch My Body: I'm sure everyone pretends to hate the song because of the title - or music video? - but the slow beat is just outstanding, the lyrics sly and sexy. 9\/10\n\n3. Cruise Control (Featuring Damian Marley): A hip reggae tune, I've seen so many complaints about that, \"he brings the drama, six baby mamas\" lyric, loosen up people! 8\/10\n\n4. I Stay In Love: A beautiful soft ballad with very emotional vocals. 9\/10\n\n5. Side Effects (Featuring rapping by Young Jeezy): Killer lyrics and awesome beat focusing on Mariah's unhealthy marriage with Tommy Motolla, or just getting out of an abusive relationship in general. 9\/10\n\n6. I'm That Chick: Okay, let's be honest, the lyrics aren't exactly deep, but again the groovy beat - which features a sample of Jackson's \"Off the Wall\" - is intoxicating. 10\/10\n\n7. Love Story: Personal, subdued, and lovely, one of those songs that grows on you. Some might complain about Jermaine Dupri's occasional talking and 'uhs' in the song. 9\/10\n\n8. I'll Be Lovin' U Long Time: Extremely catchy summer song, though somewhat simple in composition. 8\/10\n\n9. Last Kiss: Very underrated song, such incredibly emotional vocals! Okay, some might complain about JD's small parts and the use of 'trill (True-real), but that's pretty minor IMO. 10\/10\n\n10. Thanks 4 Nothin': Mariah likes to sing those diss songs occasionally and stays classy here, great lyrics. 9\/10\n\n11. O.O.C. Sweet upbeat number in a while, really awesome vibe! 8\/10\n\n12. For the Record: Outstanding lyrics - which incorporate some of the titles in her older songs - in this groovy mid-tempo jam. 10\/10\n\n13. Bye Bye: One of the best inspirational songs Mariah's ever done. 10\/10\n\n14. I Wish You Well. Another inspirational number and probably the only song on the album which feels like 90's Mariah. Gorgeous vocals and lyrics. 10\/10