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The Evolution of Robin Thicke

by Robin Thicke

The Evolution of Robin Thicke by Robin Thicke

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The Evolution of Robin Thicke

by Robin Thicke

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Label: The Neptunes
After experiencing growing pains following the commercial failure of his debut, 2003's Beautiful World, blue-eyed lothario Robin Thicke returns with another batch of breezy, love-struck ballads. More traditionally R&B than on his debut, Evolution sounds like a more sonically conservative version of JT's Futuresex. Thematically, the disk is soaked in tropical hedonism. "Everything I Can't Have" flirts with samba, while "Cocaine" celebrates clubland's favorite South American import.

About This Album

After experiencing growing pains following the commercial failure of his debut, 2003's Beautiful World, blue-eyed lothario Robin Thicke returns with another batch of breezy, love-struck ballads. More traditionally R&B than on his debut, Evolution sounds like a more sonically conservative version of JT's Futuresex. Thematically, the disk is soaked in tropical hedonism. "Everything I Can't Have" flirts with samba, while "Cocaine" celebrates clubland's favorite South American import.

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About This Album

After experiencing growing pains following the commercial failure of his debut, 2003's Beautiful World, blue-eyed lothario Robin Thicke returns with another batch of breezy, love-struck ballads. More traditionally R&B than on his debut, Evolution sounds like a more sonically conservative version of JT's Futuresex. Thematically, the disk is soaked in tropical hedonism. "Everything I Can't Have" flirts with samba, while "Cocaine" celebrates clubland's favorite South American import.