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Album Review

Exposé had a hard time fitting into the radio trends of the moment with their third album, which came three and a half years after What You Don't Know. The Latin-spiced club/dance sounds that made such an impact on pop radio in the latter half of the '80s had been replaced by grunge and alternative rock, and the "girl group" concept had fizzled. Despite this, the trio managed a Top Ten hit with the Diane Warren-penned ballad "I'll Never Get Over You Getting Over Me," a somewhat formulaic AC number. Arista tried to capitalize on this success by releasing two other Wilson Phillips-esque soft rock numbers, "As Long as I Can Dream" and "In Walked Love." This wasn't to much avail, and the cream of the crop was never tasted. Sure-fire dance numbers like the house-driven "I Think I'm in Trouble," the nostalgic "Angel," and "Give Me All Your Love," a return to the group's freestyle roots, were sorely overlooked. Though the powerful voice of Gioia is missed here (she left the group in 1991), replacement Kelly Moneymaker brings added depth to the group's harmony, and Ann Curless shows her flexibility as a lead singer for the first time. Another first is the use of producers besides Lewis Martinee, which results in a more varied sound that is a bit scattered at times, but ultimately disproves the notion of Exposé as studio puppets. ~ Justin M. Kantor, Rovi

Customer Reviews

Overlooked album

When this album came out I wasn't even aware that Gioia had left the group until I actually opened up the CD booklet and saw a new face in front of me. As a fan I was sad to see her go, but at the same time I was thrilled because my fave member, Ann, was given more lead vocals than ever before! Case in point my favorite Exposé song ever is here, a cover of Maria Vidal's "Angel". I never cared for the AC ballads that were released, I do however still love the albums first single "I Wish The PhoneWould Ring". The singles gave the impression that this album was pretty AC heavy, when in fact it was another dancefloor stomper save for a few ballads. Songs like "I Think I'm In Trouble", "You Don't Know What You Got", "Face to Face" and "Give Me All Your Love" if given proper remixes could have been club smashes. I think my only complaint about this album was that newcomver Kelly Moneymaker never got any lead vocals. While this album isn't as consistent as its predecessors, it is still a good album. Check out what you may have missed.

As Long As I Can Dream-

Don't download this if you want to make it a ringtone on Itunes. It advises that it can no longer make it a ringtone


There were a few songs on this very listenable set that were overlooked, but none worse than Angel. It should have been a radio single, and it is still one of my favorite songs from this group.


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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