Nothing Matters Without Love

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Nothing Matters Without Love
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Studio album by Seduction
Released September 25, 1989
Recorded Axis Recording Studio, Skyline Recording Studio, & Right Track Recording Studio, New York, New York
Genre Dance, R&B, Freestyle
Length 54:05
Label A&M
Producer David Cole, Robert Clivilles
Seduction chronology
Nothing Matters Without Love
Feel Brand New
Singles from Nothing Matters Without Love
  1. "Seduction's Theme"
    Released: 1989
  2. "(You're My One and Only) True Love"
    Released: 1989
  3. "Two to Make It Right"
    Released: November 30, 1989
  4. "Heartbeat"
    Released: 1990
  5. "Could This Be Love"
    Released: 1990
  6. "Breakdown"
    Released: 1990
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Nothing Matters Without Love was the debut album released by the dance-pop group Seduction. Released on September 25, 1989, the album was a hit, reaching #36 on the Billboard pop albums chart and #28 on the Billboard R&B albums chart. The album spawned four hit singles: "(You're My One and Only) True Love" (#23), "Two to Make It Right" (reaching #2 on Billboard's top 100 singles), "Heartbeat" (#13), and "Could This Be Love" (#11).

By the end of 1990, the album was certified platinum by the RIAA. The album was produced by David Cole and Robert Clivilles.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "(You're My One and Only) True Love" (3:50) (Robert Clivillés, David Cole, Freedom Williams)
  2. "Two to Make It Right" (4:43) (David Cole)
  3. "Could This Be Love" (6:21) (Robert Clivilles)
  4. "Breakdown" (5:03) (Robert Clivilles, David Cole, Freedom Williams)
  5. "One Mistake" (5:41) (David Cole)
  6. "Give My Love to You" (3:59) (David Cole)
  7. "Heartbeat (Extended Mix)" (7:03) (Kenton Nix)
  8. "(Nothing Matters) Without Love" (5:07) (Andy Tripoli)
  9. "Seduction's Theme" (5:57) (Robert Clivilles, David Cole)

Bonus track[edit]

  1. "Could This Be Love (Quiet Storm Mix)" (6:21)