Flashback Friday: No Doubt and Money Talks Soundtrack

There’s a chill in the air and it’s finally starting to feel like fall. Cozy up to these old favorites.


LaTasha Merchant, one of Georgia Mae’s biggest supporters, shares this one:





No Doubt, Tragic Kingdom (1995) 

LaTasha said: This is the first CD I ever owned and, yes, I still have it. It makes me feel 16 again!






Also check out:
Spiderwebs
“Sixteen”



Edward takes it back to Hollywood:





Money Talks Soundtrack (1997)


Edd said: Man, movie soundtracks used to be AWESOME, and in some cases even better than the movie. Money Talks is a perfect example. Just look at that album cover – that’s a BET Blackbuster Movie if I’ve ever seen one. Forget that and focus on the soundtrack, which features forgotten gems from Mary J. Blige, Lil Kim, The Refugee All-Stars and SWV; big-stage debuts from Angie Stone and Next; and bizarre collaborations (Rick James and Lil Cease?) that actually work. And it also features the best song ever recorded by my ol’ high school crush, Deborah Cox. Watch the movie on mute and play the soundtrack instead.





Also check out:
“My Everything,” Barry White featuring Faith Evans
“A Dream,” Mary J. Blige



Now, it’s your turn. Email edward@soulinstereo.com, hit us up on Twitter @etbowser or @writeousbabe, or stop by the comments section and share your Flashback Friday album. Leave a couple of sentences describing what makes it so great. We’ll feature your album on the blog.

1 Comments

  1. My favorite throwback is always Monica’s Miss Thang.

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