Incredible (Mary Mary album)

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Incredible
Studio album by Mary Mary
Released July 16, 2002
Recorded 2001-2002
Genre Urban contemporary gospel
Contemporary R&B
Hip hop
Length 60:00
Label Columbia
Producer Warryn Campbell, Mike City
Mary Mary chronology
Thankful
(2000)
Incredible
(2002)
Mary Mary
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Cross Rhythms (9/10)[2]

Incredible is the second album by Grammy, Stellar and Dove-winning duo Mary Mary. This album features the singles "In the Morning" and "I Try". Mary Mary would ultimately shoot a music video for "In The Morning". This would be Mary Mary's final album for a 3-year period as they both grow their families (each getting married and having one daughter).

Overview[edit]

Incredible charted better than its predecessor Thankful, though it sold significantly less (Incredible was certified Gold, whilst Thankful was certified Platinum). It charted at #1 Gospel, #10 R&B, and #20 on the US Top 200, and spawned the hit single "In the Morning" (#54 R&B). The follow-up single "I Try" was not as successful and did not chart on the R&B charts.

In response to the albums sales in an interview, Tina Campbell stated:

...the business of music has changed drastically since the first record. There have been huge mergers, the advent of Napster [at the time a music piracy utility], and downsizing of labels. Our second record came in the midst of all of that. When we were performing, people asked when we'd release our second album, even though it had already been out for six weeks. So I definitely think it may not have gotten the push the first one got.

—Tina Campbell[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Incredible"
  2. "God Bless"
  3. "He Said"
  4. "In the Morning"
  5. "Ordinary People"
  6. "Trouble Ain't"
  7. "Little Girl"
  8. "This Love"
  9. "I Try"
  10. "Hold On"
  11. "God Has Smiled on Me"
  12. "You Will Know"
  13. "So Close"
  14. "Thank You"
  15. "Give It Up Let It Go"
  16. Untitled Silent Track
  17. Untitled Silent Track
  18. Untitled Silent Track
  19. Untitled Silent Track
  20. "Happy" (hidden track)

Chart history[edit]

Chart (2002) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard 200 20
U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 10
U.S. Billboard Gospel Albums 1

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