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Album Review

Exposé racked up an impressive number of dance and adult contemporary hit singles in the late '80s and early '90s, and most of them are collected on this almost perfect Greatest Hits. All their hits from Exposure are here, including their Top Five smashes "Come Go With Me" and "Point of No Return," the soulful Top Ten hit "Let Me Be the One," and the chart-topping ballad "Seasons Change," as well as the club hit "Exposed to Love." Additionally, "Point of No Return" and "Let Me Be the One" were remixed when released as singles — those single remixes are the versions included here, as well as the single edits of all their other hits. Also included are the single versions of their hits from their sophomore album, What You Don't Know, including the brass-heavy title track, the almost hip-hop "Tell Me Why," and the luscious ballads "When I Looked at Him" and "Your Baby Never Looked Good in Blue." Vocalist Gioia Bruno left after their second album and, with their third, self-titled set, the formula began to weaken, although they did score one major Top Ten hit with the ballad "I'll Never Get Over You Getting Over Me," included here. The first single from that album, "I Wish the Phone Would Ring," was sadly left off, as were two lesser follow-ups: "In Walked Love" and "As Long as I Can Dream" which, for better or for worse, sound more like bad Wilson Phillips ballads than traditional Exposé hits. Finally, this set includes a couple of new recordings: the ballad "I'll Say Goodbye for the Two of Us" (which bubbled under Billboard's pop chart) and their lovely remake of "End of the World," as well as lesser remixes of "Come Go With Me" and "Point of No Return" and a remix of "I Specialize in Love," which is also from Exposé. This excellent hits collection, with the correct versions of all their singles, makes only one misstep — leaving off "I Wish the Phone Would Ring" (as well as not featuring a cover photo with Bruno, who was one of the main reasons behind the group's success). ~ Jose F. Promis, Rovi

Biography

Formed: 1984 in Miami, FL

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Famous for Latin-flavored dance-pop as well as for adult contemporary ballads, the female vocal trio Exposé enjoyed a great deal of commercial success in the '80s and early '90s. Exposé was the creation of Miami-based producer/songwriter Lewis A. Martineé, who assembled the original Exposé lineup in 1984. Although Exposé's best-known lineup included Jeanette Jurado (born November 14, 1965, Pico Rivera, CA), Gioia Bruno (who was born in Bari, Italy, on June 11, 1963, but grew up in New Jersey), and...
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