JC Chasez Comments On His Second Album

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Along with working with the same producers he used on ‘Schizophrenic’, has been spending time in the studio with James Harry and David Maurice for the follow-up. “I’m concentrated not so much on the production but the songwriting, so it’s gonna be an album of great songs,” the star told MTV News.

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10 thoughts on “JC Chasez Comments On His Second Album

  1. JLOVER101 says:

    What an idiot. If your first album didn’t work, why would you go back to the same producers? It doesn’t matter that production quality is not your top priority, but it will be theirs, and they can just as easily mess up your “great” songs.

  2. lopez_lover says:

    J.Lo is working with the same producers all the time and her album finally flopped. Her career is going downhill all the way and she deserves it.

  3. JLOVER101 says:

    Jennifer’s album didn’t move less than 70,000 units the first week. Even with the’, ‘”slow” sales of Rebirth, Jen has already sold more than JC has in how long has his album been out?

  4. disisme_2004 says:

    Alright this is a bit misrepresented. Yes he is working with a lot of the same producers, he is also working with several new producers, that weren’t listed i.e Guy Chambers and Eriksen, among others. JC will probably continue working with a lot of those older producers throughout his career some like Alex he’s been friends with and collaborated with since NSync days. He’s a loyal person and he likes what they come up with. Granted what JC likes isn’t always what the general public likes (or understands for that matter you gotta know him to get him really) . No one knows yet what songs are gonna make the cut. Although I do have to say that he recorded so awesome sh** for Schizophrenic and didn’t use it. I will say though he does have a better team behind him this time and hopefully they’ll lead him in the right direction (commercially). I’ve heard some of the new stuff and it is better than some of the tracks that made the cut last time. Granted he has a tendency to ask peoples opinions and then completely ignore them, an example would be I was dead set again A.D.L.I.D.A.S notice it was on the album and even released as a single. All the same don’t write him off yet, he’s getting the push that was lacking last time with Jive. THIS ALBUM IS GONNA BE BETTER!

  5. DAWORD says:

    Overall the quality of his last album was around the same quality of most pop stars. Every song wasn’t good, but there were a few gems. I think the failure of the album was due to the label not pushing the project and the ballad that was suppose to be single never surfaced on radio. Anything can be sold with enough marketing push so sometime it doesn’t even come down to if the songs are good or bad. A lot of ‘bad’ music sells today.

  6. Hater says:

    JC last solo album could had made him a big solo star but the only problem was he didn’t play his cards right. He didn’t have a good first single to get people attention. The funny thing is JC wouldn’t have any problem getting a big producer to work with him and he should had for at least for one single to get a good buzz for his album. JC shot himself in the foot when he released Some girls and All day long I think about sex as singles.

  7. ihatehilarythemostofall says:

    “Some Girls” would’ve been a smash hit for him if he called it “Some Boys”.

  8. chasezsmells says:

    That’s what he said about the last one and look where that ended up. (but alas, I’m a loser so I’ll buy this one too if and when it comes out)

  9. jazzprofounder says:

    And not to mention that people are so obsessed with Justin that they aren’t giving JC a chance to shine.

  10. Mia says:

    First of all Schizophrenic wasn’t a flop. It performed well outside the United States along with a couple of singles that were not on the album-“Plug it In” and “Force of Gravity”. On those two singles he was the main vocalist on songs by Basement Jaxx and BT, successful artists in Europe. What happened here in the States was that anything that could go wrong with the promotion of his CD, did go wrong. His first two singles were very sexual and came out at a time when the Janet/Justin fiasco had radio and television not touching controversial material. This snowballed into him being pulled from performing at the Pro-Bowl because of the sexual content of his songs. To top it all off he was supposed to be the opening act for Britney’s Onyx Hotel world tour and she injured herself and the tour was cancelled. All of this combined with lackluster promotion from Jive left the album in limbo in the U.S. When Jive saw the performance of the CD in places like Europe, Australia and Asia it basically decided to have him make a new CD so that he could hopefully gain more success in the U.S. while maintaining his momentum throughout the rest of the world. The irony with both JC and Justin is that with the exception of mild success in Germany, *Nsync was never that big or accomplished anywhere but the United States. As solo artists they have achieved what the band was unable to for years: Success in Europe, Australia and the rest of the world. JC is also in demand by other artists to collaborate with. This also enhances Jive support of him as a solo artist.

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