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11th album, E=MC² (Emancipation=Mariah Carey²)
E=MC² Studio album by Mariah Carey, Released 8-Apr-08, Recorded 2007–08, Genre R&B, pop, Length 52:14:00, Label Island, Producer Mariah Carey (executive), L. A. Reid (executive), Bryan-Michael Cox, Danja, DJ Toomp, Jermaine Dupri, James Poyser, Swizz Beatz, The-Dream, Tricky Stewart, Scott Storch, Stargate

Mariah Carey chronology
The Emancipation of Mimi -2005
E=MC² -2008
The Ballads -2009

Singles from E=MC²

"Touch My Body" Released: February 12, 2008
"Bye Bye" Released: April 7, 2008
"I'll Be Lovin' U Long Time" Released: July 1, 2008
"I Stay in Love" Released: October 28, 2008

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Professional ratings

Source Rating
Metacritic (63/100)
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars
Billboard (Favorable)
Entertainment Weekly (A-)
The Guardian 4/5 stars
Houston Chronicle 3/4 stars
Los Angeles Times 2/4 stars
The New York Times (Mixed)
PopMatters (4/10)
Rolling Stone 3.5/5 stars
Slant Magazine 3/5 stars

One of the major challenges of E=MC² (Emancipation=Mariah Carey²) was a need for it to be of a consistent quality with her previous release, a record that brought Carey back to the top of pop music following her career decline in 2001. E=MC² was Carey's best-received album in years. It received a 64/100 (indicating "generally positive reviews") on the website Metacritic, which averages professional reviews into a numerical score. Stephen Thomas Erlewine, senior editor of Allmusic, rated E=MC² (Emancipation=Mariah Carey²) three out of five stars, and wrote "it's misleading to judge Mariah based on her new record of possessing the most number one singles, as she's not about longevity, she's about being permanently transient, a characteristic 'E=MC²' captures all too well." Billboard's Gary Trust felt that on E=MC² (Emancipation=Mariah Carey²), Carey was in "pristine form", stating, "She's proclaimed emancipation before, but Mariah Carey's never sounded as free as she does on her 10th album. Carey's made a pop album with equal parts levity and gravity." Writing fir Entertainment Weekly, Margeaux Watson graded E=MC² an 'A-', and described how E=MC² (Emancipation=Mariah Carey²)'s goal was to prove "her comeback was no fluke". She continued complimenting Carey's several collaborations, and wrote "the result is a largely enjoyable mix of flirtatious club jams, midtempo love songs, and emotional ballads anchored by hip-hop beats that handsomely showcase the singer's powerful vocal chops." Though Carey's voice had been criticized since her 2002 release, Charmbracelet, for not being able to deliver the "gravity defying vocals" from the 1990s, Roger Friedman from Fox News wrote "Her infamous eight-octave range has suffered a little wear and tear over the years, but Carey still can flutter from great highs to mellow lows like no one else." Alex Macpherson from The Guardian gave E=MC² (Emancipation=Mariah Carey²) four out of five stars, heavily describing Carey's vocal state throughout E=MC² (Emancipation=Mariah Carey²): "Carey's voice has been mocked, bizarrely, as being a triumph of technique over soul - an argument that fails to comprehend that technique and soul are intertwined, that technique primarily exists as a means to convey emotion - but she is on fine vocal form throughout 'E=MC²', whether belting out massive ballads, or layering her voice into a swooning bank of a hundred Mariahs." Macpherson concluded his review with, "When she sings elsewhere, "Them other regularities, they can't compare with MC," it is hard not to agree", referencing a lyric on "Migrate".

The Houston Chronicle's Joey Guerra felt all of E=MC² (Emancipation=Mariah Carey²)'s tracks were strong, and wrote "Every track plays like a potential hit single, and that's exactly what fans will love about 'E=MC²'. Expect it to soundtrack much of the summer and beyond." Los Angeles Times staff writer, Richard Cromelin, gave E=MC² (Emancipation=Mariah Carey²) two out of four stars, noting its "alternatives to the glass-shattering flamboyance of her early '90s youth." He concluded in his mixed review of E=MC² (Emancipation=Mariah Carey²), "Of course, consistency isn't so important when an album is assembled as a series of singles rather than a cohesive work. Fortunately for Carey, the tabloid-tailored real-life back story on one side and the producer's craft on the other matter more than the art of singing in this particular fairy tale." Ben Ratliff of The New York Times felt E=MC² (Emancipation=Mariah Carey²) didn't level up to par with Carey's previous release, writing "Much of the record sounds like urban-radio imitations, without the peculiarities and effective hooks of 'Mimi'. Maybe emancipation isn’t a continuing procedure; maybe it only comes once." Writing for PopMatters, Evan Sawdey rated E=MC² four out of ten stars, describing it as a "shallow imitation of its predecessor". Sawdey concluded his review on a mixed note, stating " the second act of Mariah’s comeback doesn’t wisely expand her sound: it instead succumbs to the blueprint so carefully laid out by its predecessor, a pointless remake that exists only because it has to. If you ever had a doubt as to its formulaic nature, you need to look no further than its title. Long live the Diva." Caryn Ganz from Rolling Stone questioned why Carey limited her vocal abilities throughout the record, "nearly every song confines Carey to four-note verses, offering little room for her glorious range." Journalist Eric Henderson, writing for Slant Magazine, graded E=MC² (Emancipation=Mariah Carey²) three out of five stars, and concluding with, "Such are the rewards of an album like 'E=MC²', in which one does reach a solution, but not before Mariah bends over backward to show her work." E=MC² (Emancipation=Mariah Carey²) finished in the top-ten of several "best of 2008" lists, ending at number four on an official poll held by Billboard, eight by the The Detroit News, and number ten by The San Diego Union-Tribune

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