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Album Review

Their second Motown album didn't generate as much followup buzz and momentum as anticipated. That might be because both Bell Biv Devoe and Boyz II Men became dominant on the urban contemporary/Quiet Storm love ballad scene, and The Boys grew up just enough to lose their appeal to the bubblegum and kiddie-pop crowd.


Genre: Rock

The Boys were perhaps punk's saddest casualty. They could -- indeed, should -- have been enormous. Certainly they were one of the finest live acts around, but still they were to languish in comparative obscurity, with even their Continental success seemingly working against them. Even worse, when their debut album was reissued on CD, it arrived with a sticker on the front proclaiming the involvement of '80s AOR superstar John Waite -- a claim that has absolutely no grounding in reality. More recent...
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