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Monkey Business

Breezing right by the previous debut release, Eric Herman's follow-up to The Kid In the Mirror features track after track of brilliant and accessible songwriting, high-quality production, and themes that resonate with kids' sensibilities.

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  • "The Peas spice their hip-hop with positive messages and myriad dance flavors. Here, sharp raps trade off with soulful singing on such tracks as "Don't Phunk with My Heart." Guests include James Brown, Justin Timberlake, and Sting."
  • "Breezing right by the previous debut release, Eric Herman's follow-up to The Kid In the Mirror features track after track of brilliant and accessible songwriting, high-quality production, and themes that resonate with kids' sensibilities."@en
  • "The Black Eyed Peas keep the party going with Monkey Business. Once again the band combines hip-hop beats with catchy pop hooks. Included are the hits Don't Phunk With My Heart; Don't Lie; and My Humps."@en
  • "British version with two bonus tracks. The Black Eyed Peas' fourth outing, MONKEY BUSINESS, picks up right where their platinum-selling breakout album, ELEPHUNK, left off, with the feel of a non-stop party run by an ultra-savvy DJ. "Pump It" opens the disc on a straight sample of Dick Dale's surf classic "Misirlou," as the three MCs of BEP float in and out--sometimes rapid-fire, sometimes measured--with Fergie stepping in on cue to alternately sing softly or with deep, soulful emotion. The Peas' origins are tied to the DJ-driven world of breakdancing, and that flavor saturates MONKEY BUSINESS, as beats drop in and out, tracks blend into other tracks, and a lighthearted spirit of sophisticated ecstasy prevails. The aforementioned "Pump It" slides flawlessly into the lively single "Don't Phunk with My Heart," and the stage for the album is set. Icons James Brown and Sting drop by, on the uncompromisingly funky "They Don't Want Music" and the reggae-soaked "Union," respectively, but they're just guests on board for the ride (along with Justin Timberlake, John Legend, and others), part of the musical mural. The Black Eyed Peas turned from underground favorites to hit-making performers on ELEPHUNK; this follow-up continues that upward progression."

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  • "rap"
  • "Compact discs"@en
  • "Compact discs"
  • "funk"
  • "Rap music"
  • "rap, hip hop (rock)"
  • "Rap (Music)"
  • "Rap (Music)"@en
  • "r&b"
  • "Rap, hip hop (rock)"
  • "vokal"
  • "Hip hop music"
  • "Popmusik"
  • "hip hop"
  • "Juvenile works"@en
  • "Sound recordings"@en
  • "Sound recordings"
  • "Music videos"@en
  • "Music videos"
  • "Rock music"@en
  • "Rock music"
  • "Rock, pop (rock)"

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  • "Monkey business The end"
  • "Monkey Business"@en
  • "Monkey Business"
  • "モンキー・ビジネス Monkey business : ツアー・エディション"
  • "Monkey business The Black Eyed Peas"
  • "Monkey business *"@en
  • "Monkī bijinesu Monkey business"
  • "Monkey business"
  • "Monkey business"@en
  • "モンキー・ビジネス Monkey business"

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