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Artist Collection: Toni Braxton

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Released  October 12, 2004
Artist  Toni Braxton
Genre  Contemporary R&B
Recorded  1992–2003
Release date  12 October 2004
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Artist Collection Toni Braxton (2004)  Un-Break My Heart The Remix Collection (2005)
Labels  LaFace Records, BMG Heritage Records
Similar  Toni Braxton albums, Contemporary R&B albums

Artist Collection: Toni Braxton is the third greatest hits compilation by American R&B singer Toni Braxton, released in 2004 by BMG Heritage Records, exclusively released for South America. The compilation was released at the same time that "Platinum & Gold Collection" was released. In addition to her most famous hits, such as "Un-Break My Heart", "Breathe Again", "He Wasn't Man Enough" and others, the album collects some of Braxton's random tracks from her latest albums, "The Heat" (2000), "Snowflakes of Love" (2001) and "More Than a Woman" (2002).

Contents

Background and content

"Artist Collection: Toni Braxton" is Braxton's third compilation of greatest hits, released at the same time "Platinum & Gold Collection" was released, on October 12, 2004, being released specifically for South America. The compilation collects some of Braxton's biggest hits, such as "Love Shoulda Brought You Home", "Breathe Again", "Un-Break My Heart" and "He Wasn't Man Enough", while many other songs are not singles, being found on her last three albums, "The Heat" (such as "The Art of Love"), "Snowflakes" (such as (Snowflakes of Love) and "More Than a Woman" (such as "Lies, Lies, Lies", "Me and My Boyfriend" and others).

Critical reception

Andy Kellman of Allmusic states that the compilation "is an alternative to the more widely available Ultimate Toni Braxton. On the surface, it appears to only be a shortened version of Ultimate Toni Braxton, with four less tracks, but a deeper look reveals a very different compilation. This set is recommendable only if you'd prefer to do without 'Another Sad Love Song,' 'I Love Me Some Him,' 'Hit the Freeway,' 'I Don't Want To,' and another handful of Braxton's U.S. chart hits. A comparison of the two discs does help show how the perception of an artist's best material can differ from territory to territory."

Songs

1He Wasn't Man Enough4:02
2Un-Break My Heart4:32
3Lies - Lies - Lies5:11

References

Artist Collection: Toni Braxton Wikipedia


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