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SteveRDec 4, 2001Although the public doesn't get it, Macy Gray continues peeling away the layers covering her sexuality with The Id. It's been a while -- since On How Life Is -- that I've heard an album as fun as this, with references to 70s disco and 80s p-funk. Has it been that long since music has actually been fun?
tomaOct 18, 2006i finally came across the id 5 years after it was issued and fell in love with it, as the finest post-60s psychedelic record since beck's midnight vulture (better even). totally love it, can't stop playing it. went to get a couple more of her records -- very nice, yes indeed, but the id's definitely my favourite. this is an enjoyable artist -- and i'd been put off her because paul holmes interviewed her on television making her appear like some little dimwit. but no, as an artist she's brilliant. i can't stop raving about her, and her lyrics are great too. just wonderful.… Expand
NseEJul 21, 2003A cd of diverse sounds, kooky lyrics, and an interesting voice. Love it. From 'Oblivion', 'Forgiveness', every little bit.