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When Immature debuted in 1992 with On Our Worst Behavior, there were those who compared the preteen urban contemporary trio to the Jackson Five and early New Edition...By the time The Journey came out in 1997, the members of Immature were 15 and had improved somewhat. Lead vocalist Marques "Batman" Houston hadn't turned into a great singer by any means, but some of the material on this CD is decent, including the Keith Sweat produced "Extra Extra," the moody, flamenco-influenced "Tamika" and the haunting "24/7," which was produced by Marc Gordon of Levert fame. The Journey also has its share of throwaways...


Formed: 1990 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s

Pre-teenage R&B sensations in the early '90s, Immature were formed in Los Angeles by producer/mentor Chris Stokes around barely ten-year-olds Marques "Batman" Houston, Jerome "Romeo" Jones, and Kelton "LDB" Kessee. The trio recorded their debut album, On Our Worst Behavior, for Virgin in 1992 and scored a modest R&B hit with "Tear It Up" (from the animated film Bebe's Kids). After moving to MCA for 1994's Playtyme Is Over, Immature scored with the pop hits "Never Lie" and "Constantly," pushing...
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