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Album Review

Led off by "Fantasy," their biggest clubland hit in years, third album That Was Then, This Is Now presents a resurrected Ten City with both feet firmly planted in the world of mainstream house and dance-pop. There are plenty of uninhibited workouts for Byron Stingily's amazing voice on "The Way You Make Me Feel," "Love in a Day," and "What My Love Can Do," but signals of the end also come with the bittersweet productions on "Joy and Pain" and "When I'm Gone, I'm Gone." Despite the fact that it was their last, That Was Then, This Is Now is the best Ten City album since their debut five years earlier.

Biography

Formed: 1987 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '80s, '90s

The Chicago vocal group Ten City was one of the few house units to enjoy mainstream exposure during the late '80s and early '90s. Originally called Ragtyme, the trio was formed by vocalist Byron Stingily, guitarist Herb Lawson, and keyboard player Byron Burke, all under the aegis of producer extraordinaire Marshall Jefferson. After signing with Atlantic in the late '80s, Ten City's debut LP, Foundation, included the singles "Right Back to You" and "That's the Way Love Is," both of which received...
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