Stone Love

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This article is about the album by Angie Stone. For the song by Kool & the Gang, see Stone Love (song). For the Jamaican sound system, see Stone Love Movement.
Stone Love
Studio album by Angie Stone
Released June 28, 2004 (2004-06-28)
(see release history)
Recorded 2003–2004
2 Ton Sound, Angel Baby Recording, Jammin Downtown, Quad Recording Studios
(New York City, New York)
Blakeslee Recording Company, Majestic Recording Studio
(North Hollywood, Los Angeles, California)
Conjunction Studios
(Los Angeles, California)
The Hit Factory Criteria
(Miami, Florida)
Larrabee Studios North
(Universal City, California)
Sho'nuff Studios
(Atlanta, Georgia)
Westlake Recording Studios
(West Hollywood, California)
Genre R&B, soul
Label J
Producer Angie Stone (also executive), Jazze Pha, Warryn Campbell, Harold Lilly, Missy Elliott, Nisan Stewart, Craig Brockman, John Smith, LLC, Jonathan Richmond, Rufus Blaq, Prince Charles Alexander, Walter Millsap III, Andreao "Fanatic" Heard", Sherrod Barnes, Supa Ugly K Love
Angie Stone chronology
Mahogany Soul
(2001)
Stone Love
(2004)
Stone Hits: The Very Best of Angie Stone
(2005)
Singles from Stone Love
  1. "I Wanna Thank Ya"
  2. "Stay for a While"
  3. "U-Haul"
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars[2]
Music Critic 4.0/5.0 stars[3]
The Music Fix 8/10 stars[4]
planet.KY 5/5 stars[5]

Stone Love is the third studio album by American R&B-soul singer–songwriter Angie Stone, released in the United States on July 6, 2004 by J Records. It debuted at number fourteen on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart with 53,000 copies sold in its opening week.[6]

Track listing[edit]

# Title Producer(s) Featured Guest(s) Composer(s) Time Sample(s)
1. "Stoned Love (Intro)" Angie Stone, Jonathan Richmond, (co-producer) Frank Wilson, Yennek Samhot 0:35
2. "I Wanna Thank Ya" Jazze Pha Snoop Dogg Angie Stone, Jazze Pha, Calvin Broadus, Eldra DeBarge, Joyce Sims 3:47 *Contains an interpolation of DeBarge's "All This Love" (Eldra DeBarge) and a sample of Joyce Sims' "Come into My Life" (Joyce Sims)
3. "My Man" Warryn Campbell, Harold Lilly, (co-producer) Floetry Stone, Warryn Campbell, Harold Lilly, Marsha Ambrosius, Natalie Stewart 4:01
4. "U-Haul" Missy Elliott, Teamstas LLC. co-producer Missy Elliott, Nisan Stewart, Craig Brockman, John Smith 3:56
5. "Stay for a While" Angie Stone, Jonathan Richmond, (co-producer) Anthony Hamilton Stone, Jonathan Richmond, Juanita Wynn, Anthony Hamilton 4:01
6. "Lovers' Ghetto" Angie Stone, Prince Charles Alexander, Rufus Blaq, (co-producer(s) Rod Temperton, Rufus Moore, Ricky Smith, Kevin Spencer, Richard Randolph 4:05 *Contains a sample of Dynasty's "Adventures in the Land of Music" (Ricky Smith, Kevin Spencer, Richard Randolph)
7. "Little Bit of This, Little Bit of That... (Interlude)" Angie Stone, Jonathan Richmond, (co-producer) 0:25
8. "You're Gonna Get It" Angie Stone, Walter Millsap III, (co-producer) Diamond Stone Joi Campbell, Keli Nicole Price, Tamara Savage, Walter Millsap III, Thom Bell, William Hart 4:15 *Contains a sample of The Delfonics' "La-La (Means I Love You)" (Thom Bell, William Hart)
9. "Come Home (Live with Me)" Angie Stone, Supa Ugly K-Love Stone, Courtney Terry, Keith Horne, André Previn, Dory Previn 3:57 *Contains a sample of Dorothy Ashby's "Come Live with Me" (André Previn, Dory Previn)
10. "You Don't Love Me" Angie Stone, Jonathan Richmond Stone, Richmond, Paul Williams, Roger Nichols 3:34 *Contains a sample of Curtis Mayfield's "We've Only Just Begun" (Paul Williams, Roger Nichols)
11. "Remy Red" Angie Stone, Jonathan Richmond, (co-producer) Stone, Richmond, Wynn 3:50
12. "That Kind of Love" Warryn Campbell, Harold Lilly, (co-producer) Betty Wright Angie Stone, Warryn Campbell, Lilly, Anthony Hester 3:52 *Contains a sample of Ron Banks and The Dramatics' "(I'm Going By) The Stars in Your Eyes" (Anthony Hester)
13. "Touch It (Interlude)" Angie Stone Angie Stone 1:20
14. "Cinderella Ballin'" Angie Stone, Jonathan Richmond, (co-producer) Stone, Richmond, Crystal Johnson 4:35
15. "Karma" Angie Stone, Andreao "Fanatic" Heard", Sherrod Barnes (co-producer(s) T.H.C. Stone, Andreao Heard, Sherrod Barnes, Jerry Barnes, Berkeley Ronald Outen, Jr. 4:42
16. "Wherever You Are (Outro)" Angie Stone, Jonathan Richmond, (co-producer) Angie Stone 0:35
17. "I Wanna Thank Ya" (No Rap) Angie Stone, Jazze Pha, (co-producer) Angie Stone, Jazze Pha, Eldra DeBarge, Joyce Sims 3:13 *Contains an interpolation of DeBarge's "All This Love" (Eldra DeBarge) and a sample of Joyce Sims' "Come into My Life" (Joyce Sims)

Charts[edit]

Chart (2004) Peak
position
Belgian Albums Chart (Flanders)[7] 18
Belgian Albums Chart (Wallonia)[8] 59
Danish Albums Chart[7] 23
Dutch Albums Chart[7] 6
Finnish Albums Chart[7] 15
French Albums Chart[7] 82
German Albums Chart[9] 87
Swedish Albums Chart[7] 12
Swiss Albums Chart[7] 60
UK Albums Chart[7] 56
U.S. Billboard 200[10] 14
U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums[10] 4

Release history[edit]

Country Date Label
United Kingdom June 28, 2004 Arista
Germany July 5, 2004 Sony
United States July 6, 2004 J
Canada July 13, 2004 Sony
Australia July 19, 2004 J
Japan July 21, 2004 BMG

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