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Album Review

After a spooky intro, the hip-hop/crooners from the ghettos of North Philly settled into a set of ballads and mid-tempo numbers that gets numbing after six tracks. Fifteen tracks are too many from this group to digest at one setting even when two tracks are brief skits and not songs. "This Weekend," a high-energy party track motored by kick drums surprisingly flopped as the debut single despite its glossy potential. "Cover Me" is an erotic ballad that comes off well; a second single, "I Don't Care," features a grinding beat and the memorable line: "Swingin' with the project ladies and ghetto freaks"; they execute a splendid update of "You Make Me Feel Brand New," accompanied by a female; and "Interlude" offers some comic relief and breaks the monotony. No Question has the flavor of Dru Hill, Ginuwine, and a group they probably never heard of — Smooth Approach; Smooth Approach uses a falsetto lead on some songs while No Question employs a female singer for the effect.


Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Philly vocal quartet No Question features Damon Core, Dante Massey, Tommy Blackwell, and Nicholas Johnson performing a spread of vocal styles, from Al Green to a raw, soulful extension of Boyz II Men. Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff brought them to the forefront with a debut CD entitled No Question on Philadelphia International Records, which spawned the hit "I Don't Care" and a remake of "You Make Me Feel Brand New." Though solid, the disc's sales fell short of forecasts, and the group switched...
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