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  • Summary: The fourth album for the R&B singer features such guests as Estelle, The Game, Jay-Z, Kid Cudi, and Snoop Dogg.

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Sex Therapy
Stressed out, uptight, overworked, riled up Unleash what you got let's explore your naughty side Follow me, where we're going, we don't need no bread... See the rest of the song lyrics
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  1. Throughout this quick follow-up to last year's "Something Else," Thicke reveals a side of his personality that's flashier and funnier than the Oprah-appropriate image that was cultivated with previous hits. Musically, too, he flexes an eclectic streak last heard on his underappreciated 2003 debut.
  2. Plenty of other contemporary artists have been treading similar ground for years, but until Justin Timberlake gets around to making another album, this just might be the next best thing.
  3. It’s evident that hits--more specifically, appealing to younger listeners-- is the goal....Sex Therapy, however, enlists Snoop Dogg, Jay-Z, the Game, Kid Cudi, and Nicki “Stick shift the ding-a-ling” Minaj--not to mention Estelle and Jazmine Sullivan, both of whom contribute excellent background vocals on their respective appearances.
  4. Sex Therapy is certainly not grown, nor particularly sexy, but it’s often great, sometimes because of its lover-boy goofiness, other times in spite of it.
  5. This is his baby-making album, and though Thicke's freak flag is PG-13, his new randiness adds zip to an always-perfect falsetto.
  6. Q Magazine
    He's hardly renowned as a pin-up, which lends his fourth album's Prince-ly fixation with carnal knowledge a touch of the absurd.... Still, it's delivered with panache, thanks to Thicke's versatile pop-soul vocals and some slick production work. [Jun 2010, p.131]
  7. Sex Therapy is a well-made album, to be sure. But it’s hard to listen to it and think that any babies will be made to it. It is definitely more cartoonish than anything 70s soul men would have released, no matter how great some of the melodies are.
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