10 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mick Hucknall shelves the covers for impossibly smooth instant classics on an undeniable fourth album. And evidence of why this 1991 record marked a colossal breakthrough for his rotating band of soul crusaders lurks in every corner. “Freedom” is a strutting funk workout, “Model” adds bubbling reggae to the mix, “Stars” mints an entire sub-genre of shimmering pop R&B, and “For Your Babies” is a stately showcase for the nimble power of Hucknall’s voice.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mick Hucknall shelves the covers for impossibly smooth instant classics on an undeniable fourth album. And evidence of why this 1991 record marked a colossal breakthrough for his rotating band of soul crusaders lurks in every corner. “Freedom” is a strutting funk workout, “Model” adds bubbling reggae to the mix, “Stars” mints an entire sub-genre of shimmering pop R&B, and “For Your Babies” is a stately showcase for the nimble power of Hucknall’s voice.

TITLE TIME

More By Simply Red

You May Also Like