|Studio album by Exposé|
|Released||October 9, 1992|
|Genre||Pop, Dance, R&B, Freestyle|
|Producer||Steve Thompson & Michael Barbiero, Clive Davis, Lewis A. Martineé, Guy Roche, DNA/Davidge|
|Singles from Exposé|
Exposé is the third album released from the group Exposé. This album's music style is less Latin influenced with more adult-contemporary material. This album also saw more Ann Curless lead vocals than on previous albums; she sings lead on "I Think I'm in Trouble," "As Long as I Can Dream," "In Walked Love," and "Angel." This album marks the debut of Kelly Moneymaker as a member of the group.
For the track "I Specialize in Love," Jeanette Jurado (who provides the lead vocals for the majority of the album) sings co-lead with Curless, and then shares lead vocals with Curless and Moneymaker during the final bridge.
"I Specialize in Love", "Angel", and "The Same Love" are the only songs on the album that are covers of previously recorded songs. "I Specialize in Love" was a dance hit for Sharon Brown in 1982, while "The Same Love" was a minor hit for the Jets in 1989.
|1.||"I Think I'm in Trouble"||Kevin Calhoun, Matt Noble, Shelly Peiken||4:16|
|2.||"You Don't Know What You Got"||Lewis A. Martineé, Hector Almaguer, Enrique Garcia||4:20|
|3.||"I Wish the Phone Would Ring"||Michael Jay, Marvin Morrow||4:06|
|4.||"As Long as I Can Dream"||Diane Warren, Roy Orbison||4:49|
|5.||"In Walked Love"||Diane Warren||4:51|
|6.||"I'll Never Get Over You Getting Over Me"||Diane Warren||3:49|
|7.||"Angel"||Robbie Seidman, Maria Vidal||5:14|
|8.||"Face to Face"||Lewis A. Martineé||4:22|
|9.||"I Specialize in Love"||Lotti Golden, Richard Scher||3:53|
|10.||"Touch and Go"||Irmgard Klarmann, Felix Weber||4:45|
|11.||"The Same Love"||Diane Warren||3:59|
|12.||"Give Me All Your Love"||Lewis A. Martineé||5:31|
The album was recorded at several studios in the United States—The Hit Factory, Home Boy Recording Studio, Right Track Studios, Sabella Recording Studios, River Sound, Sear Sound, Countdown Recording Studios, Criterion Studios, Conway Recording Studios, Music Grinder—as well as H'Appeny Bridge in the United Kingdom & Soundtrack Recording. The song "I Specialize in Love" was recorded at The Hit Factory, H'Appeny and Soundtrack Recording.
Edition of Germany
|13.||"I Wish the Phone Would Ring" (Exposed Mix)||5:04|
|Country||Music recording sales certification||Date||Sales certified|
|United States ||Gold||29 November 1994||500,000|
|US Billboard 200||135|
|US R&B Albums||93|
- Exposé (album) at AllMusic
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- "Gold & Platinum Searchable Database - June 5, 2014". RIAA. Retrieved 2014-06-05.
- "Exposé - Exposé | Awards". AllMusic. 1992-11-03. Retrieved 2014-06-05.
- "Search - RPM - Library and Archives Canada". collectionscanada.gc.ca. Retrieved 2013-03-09.
|Year||Title||Lead vocals||US||US Club Play||US Dance Sales||US AC||CA
|1992||"I Wish the Phone Would Ring"||Jeanette Jurado||28||—||14||—||49||—|
|1993||"I'll Never Get Over You Getting Over Me"||Jeanette Jurado||8||—||—||1||16||75|
|"As Long as I Can Dream"||Ann Curless||56||—||—||21||41||—|
|1994||"In Walked Love"||Ann Curless||84||—||—||17||49||—|
|"I Specialize in Love"||Ann Curless, Jeanette Jurado||—||6||20||—||—||—|
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