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Album Review

With their second album, Men of Vizion pretty much sticks to the Boyz II Men formula they followed on their debut Personal, but it works better this time around, because they have a stronger set of material and the production is sharper. True, they're not trying anything new, but they've grown as singers, and their ear for songs and sounds has improved. There still are some dull spots on the record, but the best moments are enjoyable mainstream urban soul.


Formed: Brooklyn, NY

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

This urban quintet combines the R&B basics of harmony and soul to produce a sound characteristic of '90s R&B bands. With Prathan "Spanky" Williams on vocals and George Spencer III, Brian Deramus, Desmond Greggs, and Corley Randolph backing him up, Men of Vizion produced several R&B chart singles such as "House Keeper," "Do Thangz," and "Do You Feel Me? (... Freak You)." Some of their more well-known songs include "You Told Me You Love Me," "Forgive Me," and "That's Alright." Many of their songs take...
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