Nine Track Mind

Charlie Puth - Nine Track Mind
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
2016 Ratings: #756 / 758
User Score
Based on 182 ratings
2016 Ratings: #583
January 29, 2016 / Release Date
LP / Format
Artist Partners / Label
Pop, Pop Soul / Genres
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The Guardian

While his traditionalism can feel staid, the standard of his songwriting is consistently high, and his central theme – romantic obsession that verges on the masochistic – makes for a record that softly burns.

Entertainment Weekly
He’s made his ambitions clear early with the album’s lead singles—the inescapable and irritating “Marvin Gaye” and “One Call Away”—but the 11-track collection here won’t get him into the same clubhouse as Justin Timberlake.
Vulnerability is often an asset to singers, particularly in matters concerning love, but Puth's problem is that he feels stage-managed; you can sense him hitting his marks
We’re not in Timberlake or even Bieber territory here — limiting our musical parallels strictly to the competition Puth deserves, Nick Jonas is Stevie Wonder by comparison and the Cash Money-vetted teenster Austin Mahone is West End Records-era Peech Boys.

Like the best-selling (i.e. blandest) model home in the up-and-coming suburb, Nine Track Mind is demoralizingly well-constructed as a means to an end, and it’s because of Puth’s considerable abilities, and not in spite of them, that the album induces such despair.

Marvin, sorry for Charlie Puth and Megan Trainor.
Space Vacation
Utterly repulsive.
Complete carbon-copy horse shit that gets mass produced week in and out.
I've thankfully never been subjected to his music before seeing all the negative attention it's been getting on here, which is what made me want to join in on the fun.

This was NOT fucking fun.
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Track List

  1. One Call Away
  2. As You Are (feat. Shy Carter)
  3. Marvin Gaye (feat. Meghan Trainor)
  4. My Gospel
  5. Know Your Name
  6. Losing My Mind
  7. Up All Night
  8. Left Right Left
  9. Then There's You
  10. Suffer
  11. Hard
  12. Some Type of Love
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Added on: September 9, 2015