Bruno Mars | It’s Better If You Don’t Understand EP Repackaged (2010)

Artist:  Bruno Mars

Album:  It’s Better If You Don’t Understand (EP – Repackaged)

Release Date:  Original EP – May 11, 2010

Track List:

1.  Somewhere In Brooklyn

2.  The Other Side (feat. B.o.B and Cee-Lo)

3.  Count On Me

4.  Talking To The Moon

5.  Just The Way You Are

6.  Runaway

7.  Nothin’ On You (feat. B.o.B)

8.  Billionaire (feat. Travie McCoy)


Okay.  First of all, don’t be amazed that there’s a repackaged edition of this EP because it doesn’t exist.  Haha!  I just thought of including other Bruno Mars’ songs to the original EP to make it more complete.

I wonder what happened to this EP.  Did it do well with sales or downloads?  Why did I miss such a nice material like this?  Dang!  It was just yesterday that I thought of the voice behind the choruses of hit songs, “Billionaire” and “Nothin’ on You” and thought that a full-length album with only Peter Hernandez II or Bruno Mars’ voice in it would be a nice record.  Eventually, I found myself searching for his discography via Wikipedia and discovered that he just released an EP.  Luckily, I was able to find some of his other materials.

So about his music.  I think he has one of the best male vocals I’ve heard.  His voice is very soothing and he does falsettos very flawlessly.  Before becoming a solo artist, he did some writing for other artists.  He did produce some songs too for artists such as Flo-Rida, Alexandra Burke, and Sugababes.  Good thing he decided to do his own singing.

My favorite tracks off this EP (that I made — Lol) are “Just The Way You Are”, “Count On Me”, “Talking To The Moon”, and “Runaway”.  Everything, though, is worth listening.  You’ll never regret this.  I just hope his full-length album, which is already overdue will be released soon.

Rating:     5 out of 5 notes

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