Let's Talk About It

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For the 2007 EP by White Denim, see Let's Talk About It EP.
Let's Talk About It
Studio album by Carl Thomas
Released March 23, 2004
Recorded 2003-2004
Genre R&B
Length 65:54
Label Bad Boy Records
Universal Records
Producer Sean Combs(Exec.), Deric "D. Dot" Angelettie, Carl Thomas, Vato, Just Blaze, Mario Winans, Mike City, Damien DeSandies, Milton Thornton, Stevie J, Andre Harris & Vidal Davis, Eric Roberson, Tye Tribbett, Paris Bowens, Thaddaeus Tribbett, Ryan Leslie
Carl Thomas chronology
Let's Talk About It
So Much Better
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Vibe 3.5/5 stars link

Let's Talk About It is the second album by R&B singer, Carl Thomas, released on March 23, 2004. Originally scheduled for a late 2003 release, the album was delayed several months due to Bad Boy Records entering into a new distribution deal with Universal Records. Let's Talk About It was not a commercial success due to a couple factors. The first of which was Thomas' extended time between albums. Also, the promotion of the album was cut short due to Thomas' brother being gunned down several months after the album's release.[1] Despite three singles being released- "She Is", "Make It Alright" and "My First Love"- the album was met with a lukewarm reception. It was one of many albums released on Bad Boy Records that underperformed under the Universal distribution deal. As a result, Carl Thomas left the label in 2005, while Bad Boy left Universal for a distribution deal with Atlantic Records in the same year.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Let's Talk About It (Interlude) (C. Thomas, D. Angelettie, V. Castarphen, G. McFadden, J. Whitehead) (3:38)
  2. Anything (C. Thomas, E, Harris) (3:52)
  3. My First Love (J. Smith, S. Jones, S. Lawrence, J. Knight, J. Spicer, R. Simmons) (4:04)
  4. She Is (featuring LL Cool J) (A. Shropshire, E. Serrano, M. Winans, B. Jackson, D. Conley, D. Townsend) (4:17)
  5. Know It's Alright (Interlude) (C. Thomas, E. Harris, M. Yusef) (2:19)
  6. Make It Alright (M. City) (4:49)
  7. The Baby Maker (C. Thomas, D. DeSandies) (5:03)
  8. Dreamer (C. Thomas, M. Thornton) (4:16)
  9. A Promise (S. Jordan, J. Knight) (4:23)
  10. But Me (J. Knight, C. Thomas, M. Winans, M. Jones, A. Shropshire, J. Stoddart) (3:26)
  11. All You've Given (C. Thomas, A. Harris, V. Davis) (4:23)
  12. All My Love (Interlude) (M. City, C. Thomas) (1:56)
  13. Let Me Know (Bono, The Edge, H. Pierre, C. Thomas, E. Harris, S. Jordan, S. Dent, A. Shropshire) (5:36)
  14. Rebound (E. Roberson, T. Tribbett) (6:47)
  15. That's What You Are (Interlude) (C. Thomas, D. Liang, R. Leslie) (2:19)
  16. Work It Out (S. Jordan, C. Thomas) (4:22)


  • "Let's Talk About It (Interlude)" contains a sample of "Standing Right Here" by Melba Moore
  • "My First Love" contains an interpolation of "Money (Dollar Bill Y'all)" by Jimmy Spicer
  • "She Is" contains a sample of "Happy" by Surface
  • "But Me" contains a sample of "Over And Over Again" by Bob James
  • "Let Me Know" contains an interpolation of "Love Is Blindness" by U2


  1. ^ "Carl Thomas Interview". djbooth.net. Retrieved 2012-09-21.