Cutting-edge science reveals the hidden secrets of the human face.
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Your Face Says It All - If I Never See Your Face Again - Netflix
“If I Never See Your Face Again” is a song by American pop rock band Maroon 5 from the June 2008 re-release of the group's second studio album, It Won't Be Soon Before Long (2007). It was also included on the June 2008 re-release of Rihanna's album Good Girl Gone Bad (2007). The song was originally included on the standard version of the album without the inclusion of Rihanna. It was written by band members Adam Levine and James Valentine, with production of the song helmed by Christopher “Tricky” Stewart, Mike Elizondo, Mark Endert, Mark “Spike” Stent and Maroon 5. It was released as an extended play (EP) in Australia on May 22, 2007, and as an official single on May 2, 2008, in the United States. “If I Never See Your Face Again” was originally intended to be a duet with Janet Jackson and appear on her Discipline album, although label problems interfered. The collaboration with Rihanna later came to fruition when Levine asked her to add her vocal to the remix version, which she accepted. “If I Never See Your Face Again” is a pop and R&B song featuring instrumentation provided by synthesizers and a guitar. The song received a mixed response from music critics, who praised the song's composition but criticized Levine and Rihanna's vocal performance. The song's accompanying music video was directed by Anthony Mandler and shot on an indoor soundstage in Castaic, California. The concept for the video was “high-end erotica”. The song was featured in He's Just Not That Into You.
Your Face Says It All - Composition - Netflix
“If I Never See Your Face Again” is a pop and R&B song, which lasts for 3:18 (3 minutes, 18 seconds). The song was composed using common time in the key of A minor, with a moderate groove of 106 beats per minute. Instrumentation is provided by synths, and a guitar. A reviewer for IGN noted that “If I Never See Your Face Again” is complete with “slinky synth insinuations,” whilst Jerome Blakeney for BBC wrote that it is a “guitar drenched” and “synth-crunching” song. Alex Fletcher for Digital Spy commented that the song incorporated a “jagged” use of synthesizers. For the most part of the song, Levine sings in his falsetto register, whilst Rihanna adopts “silky tone”.
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