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Bad of the Heart

George Lamond

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Album Review

An occasionally interesting, well-produced, but mostly generic dance/pop album from George Lamond, who sounded more appealing and less faceless when he worked with his cousin in the New York club band Loose Touch. The title track was a good single, but there was neither enough thematic variety nor consistent performances to build from it.

Customer Reviews

Bad of the Heart

This is by far one of the best freestyle artist there is.The music is REAL!!

Bad of the Heart

Wow!!! This album brings back some great memories!! I'm a total sucker for house/dance music of the late 80s and 90s. Saw George at a Hot Night concert back then, he was good! This album pretty much represents most of the music of the time. I've looked for this album everywhere with no luck. I think I still have the tape somewhere... Love it!!!

Partial album

The missing track is called "Serenade You" and fits between "Love's Contagious" and "Passing Time." It's a ballad and IMHO not that good anyway. Don't stress over it being a partial album.

Biography

Born: February 25, 1967 in Washington DC

Genre: Pop

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

Dance-pop singer George Lamond was born George Garcia in Washington, D.C. on February 25, 1967. He first earned notice singing back-up for his cousin Joey Kid, with the two later teaming as Loose Touch; as a solo act, Lamond was tapped by producers Chris Barbosa and Mark Ligget to record "Bad of the Heart" for their Ligosa label, and its success on club playlists earned the singer a deal with major label Columbia. An LP, also titled Bad of the Heart, yielded two additional freestyle hits, "Without...
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