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Album Review

Maurice Starr's vision peaked with this second album by New Edition. They were now thoroughly Jackson 5 clones and were reaping similar commercial dividends thanks to the teen angst cuts "Cool It Now" and "Mr. Telephone Man." They earned their first platinum album, one Top Ten hit and another Top 20 pop single (both songs topped the R&B charts) and were among the hottest acts in either pop or R&B during this stretch.

Customer Reviews

So close, but so far away...

Why is it so hard to make a complete New Edition compilation? The single version of "N.E. Heart Break" is a huge plus, but something tells me this version of "Every Little Step" still doesn't include Bobby's rap. Even worse, the album version of "You Don't Have to Worry" is included instead of the remix featuring Missy Elliott. The omissions of "Popcorn Love" and "Candy Girl" are completely ridiculous. Still, out of all the lackluster N.E. hits compilations, this is the best.

Great collection

Though tracks from the Candy Girl Album is missing. This is a great collection for any NE fans. just proof how these boys are legends.

Almost there...

A few things I would change/add to this album would be to 1)Add Candy Girl, 2)Add Popcorn Love, & 3) Not to use the single version of If It Isn't Love, use the 5 minute version. Other than that, this album is satisfactory.


Formed: 1982 in Boston, MA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

New Edition's early, Jackson 5-inspired material made them the forerunners of two generations of teen pop (most of which was geared to white audiences). As they matured and progressed, they laid much of the groundwork for the fusion of hip-hop and R&B known as new jack swing. In fact, after New Edition drifted apart, all of its members had at least some significant success outside the group as part of the new jack movement, which helped ensure that their original incarnation would be remembered for...
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