The first single release was "Riddle", in a remixed form for radio by Stargate. "Riddle" was set to be followed by a mini-film containing the En Vogue Love Suite ("Love U Crazay", "Sad But True", "Love Won't Take Me Out", "Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Será. Será))" but plans fell through. Plans for the second single "Love U Crazay" were scrapped after the weak commercial performance of the project, sales stand at 174,000 copies of the album sold in the US to date.
Tough the group took famous classical music ("masterpieces") and put their own R&B flavor on it, the album features a lot of samples. The En Vogue Love Suite ("Love U Crazay", "Sad But True", "Love Won't Take Me Out", "Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Será. Será))", presented by Russell Gatewood, most features classical samples.
"No, No, No (Can't Come Back)" samples Brick's "Living From the Mind"
"Falling in Love" samples Joe Sample's "In All My Wildest Dreams"
The album was originally set to include a track called "I Love You More", also in a remixed form, which were leaked on the initial advance version of the album. However, due to uncleared sample of "The Godfather" theme, the two versions of the songs were replaced by the addition of "Love U Crazay". Another song, "It's On", was also on the album sampler, but was removed from the final album for unknown reasons.
"I Love You More" (Denzil Foster, Thomas Elroy, Terry Ellis, Cynthia Herron, Maxine Jones, Nino Rota) 5:39