Meeting in the Ladies Room
|Meeting in the Ladies Room|
|Studio album by Klymaxx|
|Released||November 30, 1984|
|Producer||Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, Stephen Shockley, Lynn Malsby, Barry DeVorzon, Joseph Conlan, Bo Watson, Vincent Calloway, Joyce "Fenderella" Irby|
|Robert Christgau||(B-) |
Klymaxx gained airplay on MTV, VH1 and BET with the release of their single "The Men All Pause". The song reached #5 on the R&B chart, #80 on the Billboard Hot 100, and #9 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart.
The title track to the album would become another successful single. The song reached #59 on the Hot 100 and #4 on the R&B chart.
The fourth and final single was the dance hit "Lock and Key", which was a moderate hit for Klymaxx. It only reached #47 on the R&B chart.
It was rumored that there was to be a fifth single released from the album. It was believed that "Video Kid" was supposed to be the single. This was denied because Klymaxx was already set to release their follow-up album Klymaxx.
- "The Men All Pause" (Cooper, Irby) (7:10)
- "Lock and Key" (Cooper, V. Spino) (5:37)
- "I Miss You" (Malsby) (5:32)
- "Just Our Luck" (Joseph Conlon, Barry De Vorzon) (4:27)
- "Meeting in the Ladies Room" (Reggie Calloway, Vincent Calloway, Bo Watson) (5:15)
- "Video Kid" (Irby) (3:42)
- "Ask Me No Questions" (Malsby, C. Lucas) (3:37)
- "Love Bandit" (R. Calloway, B. Simmons, Billy C. Farlow) (5:06)
- "I Betcha" (Irby, Malsby) (3:36)
- "The Men All Pause"
- "Meeting in the Ladies Room"
- "I Miss You"
- "Lock and Key"
- Lorena Porter: Vocals
- Cheryl Cooley: Guitars
- Lynn Malsby: Keyboards; Vocals
- Robin Grider: Keyboards
- Joyce "Fenderella" Irby: Bass; Vocals
- Bernadette Cooper: Drums, Percussion; Vocals
- Vincent Calloway, Joseph Conlan, Barry De Vorzon, Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis, Klymaxx, Stephen Shockley, Bo Watson: Producers