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Mint Condition: 'Livin' the Luxury Brown'

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'Livin' the Luxury Brown'

The funk/R&B/rock group Mint Condition burst onto the music scene 14 years ago with its first album, Meant to be Mint. Now the Minneapolis-based band is back with its first CD in six years, Living the Luxury Brown.

The band, known for its musical prowess and tight harmonies, is also surfacing on the tour circuit to expand its fan base from its home state to people across the nation. Over the past few years, they've done some gigs "under the radar" -- including opening for R&B diva Alicia Keys -- but now they're touring with a renewed sense of purpose.

Part of the band's appeal, says guitarist Homer O'Dell, is that nobody can categorize its music. "The gumbo flavor, we like to call it -- a mixture of everything," he says. "We enjoy some of all kinds of music, from country to heavy metal -- there's something good in all kinds of music."


Livin the Luxury Brown

The renaissance R&B group from Minneapolis is back with another classic release! LIVIN' THE LUXURY BROWN is a continuation of the R&B, rock, alternative jazz, hip-hop sound that the band developed in 1989 with their breakthrough album Meant To Be Mint, which included the hit single Pretty Brown Eyes. Mint Condition continued to grow their loyal fan base with songs like U Send Me Swingin' on the album From The Mint Factory and the song What Kind of Man Would I Be, their platinum single from the gold album Definition of a Band. Including their last release, Life's Aquarium, Mint Condition has sold over 3.8 million records. Now, with songs like "I'm Ready", "Look Whacu Done 2 Me", "Whoaa" and "Half Hour", LIVIN' THE LUXURY BROWN will connect Mint to their core base as well as bridge the gap to fans who enjoy other R&B artists such as Alicia Keys, Anthony Hamilton and Raphael Saadiq. New fans will discover that Mint Condition is truely in a class of their own.

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Livin' the Luxury Brown

2005 studio album by Mint Condition

Livin' the Luxury Brown is the fifth studio album by American R&B group Mint Condition. The album was released on April 26, 2005 on Image Entertainment. Livin' the Luxury Brown is the first album released as a quintet, after the departure of the band's keyboardist Keri Lewis.

The album charted at No. 45 on the Billboard 200, No. 11 on the Top R&B Albums chart and No. 1 on the Top Independent Albums chart, becoming the group's successful independent album. Two singles were released, "Whoaa" and "I'm Ready", the latter reaching No. 49 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart.

Track listing[edit]

1."Mintrolude"Stokley Williams, Chris "Daddy" Dave0:48
2."My Sista"Homer O'Dell, Williams3:42
3."Look Whachu Done 2 Me"Williams5:20
5."I'm Ready"Williams5:26
6."Love Your Tears"Lawrence Waddell3:51
7."Mintal (Interlude)"Williams1:09
8."Luxury Brown"Ricky Kinchen, Williams, Alicia Marie4:42
9."Half an Hour"Kinchen, Williams4:14
10."It's Hard"Kinchen, Williams, André Benjamin, Antwan Patton, David Sheats, Roderick Roachford5:20
11."Runaway"Kinchen, Marie4:52
12."Fallin Apart"Kinchen, Williams5:49
13."What Happened"Kinchen, Williams, Jeffrey Allen, Waddell4:43
14."The Tempest (Interlude)"Waddell1:40
15."Sad Girl"Williams5:16
16."Doormat"Waddell, Kinchen3:44
17."One Wish"Kinchen4:47
18."We Got Us"Waddell4:12


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