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Album: I Wanna Be With You

Artist: Mandy Moore

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2000
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • Copyright: โ„— 1999, 2000 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Tracklist For I Wanna Be With You By Artist Mandy Moore

Title Artist Time
1
I Wanna Be With You Mandy Moore 4:12 USD 1.29
2
Everything My Heart Desires Mandy Moore 3:41 USD 1.29
3
Want You Back Mandy Moore 3:18 USD 1.29
4
The Way to My Heart Mandy Moore 3:39 USD 1.29
5
So Real Mandy Moore 3:44 USD 1.29
6
Lock Me In Your Heart Mandy Moore 3:33 USD 1.29
7
Walk Me Home Mandy Moore 4:22 USD 1.29
8
I Like It Mandy Moore 4:26 USD 1.29
9
So Real Mandy Moore 3:50 USD 1.29
10
Candy Mandy Moore 3:38 USD 1.29
11
Your Face Mandy Moore 4:17 USD 1.29
12
I Wanna Be With You Mandy Moore 4:20 USD 1.29

Reviews For I Wanna Be With You By Artist Mandy Moore

  • Mandy Moore Rocks

    5
    By KbCheetah
    Mandy Moore is a great singer. I like all of her music and she is pretty.
  • Wow lol

    2
    By Kelley Finn
    The only good thing about this album is the album cover๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚
  • Guilty pleasure? Maybe!

    4
    By Bleed Peroxide
    This album isn't an artistic masterpiece, but for me, it does something much better: it's wonderfully nostalgic. I remember listening to the CD when I was about ten or so - it was one of the first CDs (rather than cassettes) that I owned. Even now, listening to "Everything My Heart Desires" or "Want You Back" takes me back to lazy Saturday mornings where I would blast this while cleaning my room or some such thing. It's such a blast to the past for me, I can't claim to be respectable enough to have outgrown its charm.
  • Amazing!!

    5
    By Daloooooooool
    I love your voice ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜
  • awesome!

    5
    By loverofjared88
    I love this album. Now all you need is the "I Wanna Be With You" video on here
  • FLASHBACK!

    5
    By TheMusicProphet
    MANDY MOORE was always one of my favorites out of the "Pop-Stars" that came out of the early 2000 realm..... it's amazing to me how she's blossomed from this cd to her current 2009 release "Amanda Leigh"..... Mandy Moore is a true artist.... w/a voice and a soul... and she's got talent. Does she dance all over the place? No. Does she strip in her music videos? No. DOES SHE NEED TO? Absolutely Not! It's amazing to me how so many of this generations pop stars are literally talentless..... This album was one of those breaths of fresh air during the time it was released...... I laugh at it now...... but as lame of music as it is... I still have a soft spot for Mandy Moore......truly unique individual....
  • Gaudy, but good

    4
    By speakingformyself
    Let's face it. Mandy Moore's tepid debut So Real is, as she claims, "So Bad." It's just how it goes. Unlike most of Britney's material, her debut just sounds bad as time goes by. But I Wanna Be With You, its confusingly named follow-up, is much better, and probably should've been Moore's actual first rather than second. The title track is one of her best songs, an amazingly smooth, beautiful ballad about longing. The new material, although scarce, is heaps better than So Real's and the remixed So Real material is by far much more listenable now. Despite its gaudy, overproduced teen pop sound, I Wanna Be With You is a Mandy album dedicated fans should pick up.
  • LOVED IT

    5
    By rlwilson1213
    I absolutely loved this album.
  • Snarky Review

    5
    By Socialitebarbie
    The review given on this was not fair. I'm fifteen and I remember loving this album when i was ten. I still do love it. "Everything my heart desires", "want you back" and "lock me in your heart" not to mention "walk me home" are some of the softest, most adorably "couple-ish" songs there are and even when you're single they make you think of that one special person and cheer you up. Mandy Moore doesn't need to be a Britney or Christina, in her own way she doesn't compare. Mandy has kept her image clean to this day unlike Britney, and she's still awesome, albeit i prefer her two old albums to the newer one. It's appaling to hear someone call her songs "trashy" because seriously? I listened to these when i was ten and they are ten times less trashier than Britney. Christina's first album wasn't trashy i mean my mom got it for me when i was like eight, But the point is, though they mostly talk about love and break ups, the songs fit seemlessly into today's pop world. Because they are catchy, sweet and not as pop fluffed as a lot of today's music? and why did the review say her voice is like anamatronic or whatever? it's so not! anyone can tell that it's her wonderful vocals!
  • love this

    5
    By taee :]
    okay, so my total favv song is "want you back" it reminds me of all the times iv wanted my ex's back.. :D

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