Millennium (Earth, Wind & Fire album)

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Millennium
Earth, Wind & Fire - Millennium.jpg
Studio album by Earth, Wind & Fire
Released September 14, 1993
Genre R&B
Funk
Length 63:55
Label Reprise
Warner Bros.
Producer Maurice White
Earth, Wind & Fire chronology
The Eternal Dance
(1992)
Millennium
(1993)
Elements of Love: Ballads
(1995)

Millennium is the sixteenth studio album by African-American funk music group Earth, Wind & Fire released in 1993 for their return to Warner Bros. Records after a 21-year absence from that label. However, due to the poor sales, Warner Bros. Records dropped them after the album released.

Critical reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Yahoo Music (favourable)[1]

The single "Sunday Morning" earned a Grammy nomination for Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Even If You Wonder" Nicky Brown, Jeffrey Cohen, Jon Lind, Maurice White 4:38
2. "Sunday Morning" Sheldon Reynolds, Maurice White, Allee Willis 4:39
3. "Blood Brothers" Nicky Brown, Jon Lind, Brock Walsh, Maurice White 5:23
4. "Kalimba Interlude" Maurice White 0:31
5. "Spend The Night" Dawn Thomas 4:24
6. "Divine" Philip Bailey, Ken Barken, Roxanne Seeman 4:33
7. "Two Hearts" Burt Bacharach, Philip Bailey, Maurice White 5:06
8. "Honor The Magic" Freddie Ravel, Maurice White 3:05
9. "Love Is The Greatest Story" Faye Freenberg, David Lawrence, Maurice White 4:38
10. "The "L" Word"" Nicky Brown, Jon Lind, Maurice White, Allee Willis 4:34
11. "Just Another Lonely Night" Linda Stokes, Michael Stokes 4:38
12. "Super Hero" Prince 4:10
13. "Wouldn't Change A Thing About You" Philip Bailey, Frankie Blue 4:47
14. "Love Across The Wire" Philip Bailey, Thom Bell, Maurice White 3:34
15. "Chicago (Chi-Town) Blues" Nicky Brown, Jon Lind, Brock Walsh, Maurice White 4:58
16. "Kalimba Blues" Maurice White 0:35

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Charts[edit]

Album – Billboard
Year Chart Position
1993 The Billboard 200 39
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 8
Singles – Billboard
Year Single Chart Position
1993 "Spend the Night" Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks 55
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks 42
"Sunday Morning" Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks 20
Rhythmic Top 40 31
The Billboard Hot 100 53
Top 40 Mainstream 34
"Two Hearts" Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks 88

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