Exposed to Love

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"Exposed to Love"
Single by Exposé
from the album Exposure
Released December 1985[1][2]
Format
Recorded 1985
Genre
Length 3:34
Label Arista
Writer(s) Lewis A. Martineé
Producer(s) Lewis A. Martineé
Exposé singles chronology
"Point of No Return"
(1985)
"Exposed to Love"
(1985)
"Come Go with Me"
(1987)

"Exposed to Love" is a dance single by the female dance-pop trio Exposé. Released in December 1985, it was the original group's second single after "Point of No Return," with Alé Lorenzo singing lead vocals. "Exposed to Love" remains the only single to feature vocals from the original group's lineup ("Point of No Return" was subsequently rerecorded with the second lineup) and is featured as such on the album Exposure. Ann Curless, Gioia Bruno, and Jeanette Jurado, the group's current members, share the lead vocals during live performances.

Reception[edit]

The single charted on the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Singles Sales and Hot Dance Club Play charts at #19 and #12, respectively.[3]

Track listing[edit]

Produced and Arranged by Lewis A. Martineé for Pantera Productions.

US 7" single
No. Title Length
1. "Exposed to Love" 3:20
2. "Exposed to Love" (Instrumental) 3:20
US 12" single
No. Title Length
1. "Exposed to Love" 6:10
2. "Exposed to Love" (Dub Mix) 6:40

Charts[edit]

Chart (1985) Peak
position
US Hot Dance Music/Club Play[4] 12
US Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales[5] 19

Personnel[edit]

  • Sandra "Sandeé" Casañas – Vocals
  • Alejandra "Alé" Lorenzo – Vocals
  • Laurie Miller – Vocals
  • George "Jet" Finess – Lead guitar
  • Nestor Gomez – Lead and rhythm guitars
  • Steve Grove – Saxophone
  • Lewis A. Martineé – Keyboards, percussion and drum programming
  • Fro Sosa – Synth solos and keyboards
  • Mike Couzzi – Recording engineer
  • Lewis A. Martineé and Chris Lord-Alge – Mixing

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