Pure Attraction

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Pure Attraction
Studio album by Kathy Troccoli
Released October 29, 1991
Recorded Glen Cove, Long Island, New York
Genre Pop, contemporary Christian
Length 43:01
Label Reunion, Word
Producer Ric Wake
Kathy Troccoli chronology
Pure Attraction
Kathy Troccoli
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Pure Attraction is the fourth full-length album by singer-songwriter Kathy Troccoli. It saw her moving slowly away from Christian music and into pop territory, with two songs written by Diane Warren. It featured the top five CCM and top twenty pop hit "Everything Changes", and featured seven songs co-written by Troccoli.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Everything Changes" (Diane Warren) - 4:25
  2. "Can't Get You Out My Heart" (Warren) - 4:24
  3. "You've Got a Way" (Troccoli, Jeff Frenzel) - 3:55
  4. "Only Love Can Know" (Troccoli, Ric Wake, Rich Tancredi) - 5:14
  5. "Help Myself to You" (Troccoli) - 4:14
  6. "The Hard Days" (Troccoli, Bill Montvilo) - 4:06
  7. "Love Was Never Meant to Die" (Troccoli, Frenzel) - 4:47
  8. "You and I" (Stevie Wonder) - 3:16
  9. "Love Has Found Me Here" (David Ray, Troccoli, Montvilo) - 4:40
  10. "You're Still Here" (Troccoli, Jack Fowler) - 4:01


  • Produced by Ric Wake For Wake Productions
  • Executive Producers: Michael Blanton and Terry Hemmings
  • Recorded & Mixed by Bob Cadway
  • Assistant Engineers: Dan Hetzel and Thomas R. Yezzi
  • Mastered by Stephen Marcussen



  • The song "Everything Changes" was remixed (by Ric Wake, Larry Robinson & Richie Jones) and re-released as a 12" single in 1992. The track listing is as follows:
  1. Everything Changes (Extended Hot Mix)
  2. Everything Changes (Wake Up The House Mix)
  3. Everything Changes (The Underground Dub Mix)
  4. Everything Changes (The Underground Mix)
  5. Everything Changes (The Underground House Mix)
  6. The Hard Days (LP Version)



  • Kathy Troccoli, "Pure Attraction" liner notes. (Reunion, Word Records, 1991)