Phoenix Rising (The Temptations album)
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|Studio album by The Temptations|
|Released||August 18, 1998|
|Producer||Lewis Tillman, Jr., Otis Williams|
|The Temptations chronology|
Phoenix Rising is a 1998 album by The Temptations for the Motown label, featuring the debut of new Temptations Barrington "Bo" Henderson, Terry Weeks, and Harry McGilberry. The album, the Temptation's first million-selling album in twenty years, features the hit single "Stay", which samples the group's 1965 hit "My Girl". The Temptations' Phoenix Rising was certified Platinum by the RIAA November 15, 1999. The album was tied up with Dru Hill's Enter the Dru, and 112's Room 112.
- "Here After" (Interlude)
- "False Faces"
- "How Could He Hurt You"
- "I'm Calling You" (Interlude)
- "This Is My Promise"
- "My Love"
- "Tempt Me"
- "If I Give You My Heart"
- "Take Me In Your Arms"
- "That's What Friends Are For"
- "Just Like I Told You"
- "Stay" (Remix)
- Terry Weeks: vocals
- Barrington "Bo" Henderson: vocals ("How Could He Hurt You")
- Theo Peoples: vocals (some songs)
- Otis Williams: vocals
- Ron Tyson: vocals
- Harry McGilberry: vocals
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