Toni Braxton - Platinum & Gold Collection
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Toni Braxton - Platinum & Gold Collection

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Item #: 13805415
    BMG Heritage released Toni Braxton's Platinum & Gold Collection in 2004, a good time for a sweeping roundup of the singer's bounty of hits from the mid-'90s. Her once chart-topping career had gone from red-hot to a bare simmer by this point. Her last s......more
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Artist: Braxton, Toni
BMG Heritage released Toni Braxton's Platinum & Gold Collection in 2004, a good time for a sweeping roundup of the singer's bounty of hits from the mid-'90s. Her once chart-topping career had gone from red-hot to a bare simmer by this point. Her last substantial hit, "He Wasn't Man Enough for Me" (from her lukewarm album The Heat), had come in 2000, and her two subsequent albums -- Snowflakes (2001) and More Than a Woman (2002) -- had failed to spawn any substantial hits of their own. This dry spell, which sans "He Wasn't Man Enough for Me" stretches all the way back to 1997, is a stark contrast to the mid-'90s, when she was regularly scaling the charts with huge hits like "Another Sad Love Song," "Breathe Again," "You Mean the World to Me," "Un-break My Heart," and "You're Making Me High," to just list her biggest crossover hits. This Platinum & Gold Collection rounds up and remasters most of those more substantial hits from Braxton's past, in the process showcasing just how many great songs she'd recorded back in the mid-'90s, when she was among the biggest of big stars. However, there's a catch -- this isn't a be-all, end-all compilation of Braxton's greatest hits. It includes only 12 songs, and a few of them are latter-day middling hits, namely "A Better Man" and "Hit the Freeway," the two token inclusions from More Than a Woman. These songs are good, but they're not great, especially relative to songs like, say, "You're Making Me High," one of Braxton's best and one that's unfortunately missing here (a very glaring omission). So while Braxton's Platinum & Gold Collection is a nice compilation -- one that includes many of her most memorable hits and does so in first-rate fashion, in terms of remastering as well as packaging -- it's a compilation that is sure to leave you unsatisfied. You'd be better off spending the extra money to pick up a more definitive collection like the 18-track Ultimate Toni Braxton from 2003 than this 50-minute budget-line CD. ~ Jason...
See Also:
Toni Braxton, Ultimate Toni Braxton, Secrets
See Influences:
Janet Jackson, Roberta Flack, Phyllis Hyman, Whitney Houston, Diana Ross, Patti Austin, Al Jarreau, Luther Vandross, Natalie Cole, Sade, Regina Belle, Anita Baker, James Ingram (Vocals/Keys), Randy Crawford, Dionne Warwick, Angela Bofill, Babyface, Gladys Knight
See Contemporaries:
Monica, Gerald Levert, Mariah Carey, Amel Larrieux, Tony Rich, Faith Evans, Heather Headley, Kelly Rowland, Lisa Stansfield, Vanessa Williams (R&B), Rachelle Ferrell, Deborah Cox, Gerald Alston, Celine Dion, Tamia (R&B), Mary J. Blige, Paula Abdul, Brian McKnight, Kelly Price
Track Listing:
Disc 1:
  1. 1 Another Sad Love Song
  2. 2 Breathe Again [Radio Edit]
  3. 3 How Could An Angel Break My Heart [Remix Version] - (remix, featuring Toni Braxton)
  4. 4 I Belong To You
  5. 5 You Mean The World To Me [Radio Edit]
  6. 6 Un-Break My Heart [Album Version]
  7. 7 How Many Ways [R. Kelly Remix] - (remix)
  8. 8 He Wasn't Man Enough [Radio Edit]
  9. 9 Maybe [Radio Edit (Remix)] - (remix)
  10. 10 Better Man, A
  11. 11 Hit The Freeway [Radio Version With Rap] - (featuring Loon)
  12. 12 Spanish Guitar [HQ2 Radio Edit]
Contemporary R&B
Sony Custom Marketing Group
Number of Discs:
Compact Disc
Studio or Live:
Mono or Stereo:
SPARS Coding:
50 : 24
Guest Artist:
Loon; Kenny G
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