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That's the approach." He was "keen for a new musical direction" following the release of his first album, Justified. Everything's [sic] got so repetitive, everything sounds the same. 'Sex Machine' is the closest reference." In addition, he admitted that the song was not going to be titled "Sexy Back", saying, "We weren't originally going to call it 'Sexy Back'.

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So they're developing this song and they're going nuts and loving it, and as they play it, and I'm like: 'I don't think this hook is strong enough.' But then, at the very last minute, Justin very, very cleverly decided to call it 'Sexyback', and that changed the whole dimension of the song. It just sounded like a nice opening to the song." Charlie Brooker for The Guardian, in regards to the lyric, "them other fuckers don't know how to act", writing that Timberlake's translation is of him telling everyone in the world that they are a "clueless fornicator".

The first thing you hear when you listen to the song is 'I'm bringing sexy back', and after that you don't care or don't notice that there is no hook. Further in his report, Brooker opined that Timberlake "threatens us" by using "language so offensive" with the line, "You motherfuckers, watch how I attack".

We wanted to keep it loose and not too rehearsed, it's one of those very experimental records though." Timberlake revealed that he went "left", regarding going more rock, not in how he developed the song, but in the way he sang the song.

"I wanted to sing the song like a rock and roll singer, not an R&B singer.

Timberlake described "Sexy Back" as "an experiment gone right from the sort of synthesizer influence to the distorted vocals", adding that it was "one of the songs that the more you listen to it its just hook after hook after hook.

Its just one of those 'flow off the top of your head' tracks, in terms of melody.

Somehow, it works." Entertainment Weekly put it on its end-of-the-decade, "best-of" list, saying, "Justin Timberlake, we didn't even know that sexy was missing until 2006.

We're just happy Justin brought it back safe and sound." Charlie Brooker, columnist for The Guardian, jokingly criticised Timberlake, saying "How DARE this dot-eyed, crop-haired, fun-sized, guff-tongued, pirouetting waif-boy scamper on to the world's airwaves and loudly proclaim to be the sole global administrator of all things sexy?

The track won the Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording at the 2007 ceremony.

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