16 Songs, 56 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

TLC were no strangers to radio play after their hit 1992 debut album, but their 1994 follow-up rightfully transformed them into one of the biggest-selling girl groups of all time. Incorporating a sleek, funky new sophistication into their sound—and updating the juvenile vibe of their previous record with a grown-up sexuality—the Atlanta-based trio hit the R&B jackpot with unstoppable singles like “Creep” and “Red Light Special”. We’re still moved every time we hear the jazzy cautionary tales in “Waterfalls”; its video, depicting the consequences of drug violence and unprotected sex, is unforgettable.

EDITORS’ NOTES

TLC were no strangers to radio play after their hit 1992 debut album, but their 1994 follow-up rightfully transformed them into one of the biggest-selling girl groups of all time. Incorporating a sleek, funky new sophistication into their sound—and updating the juvenile vibe of their previous record with a grown-up sexuality—the Atlanta-based trio hit the R&B jackpot with unstoppable singles like “Creep” and “Red Light Special”. We’re still moved every time we hear the jazzy cautionary tales in “Waterfalls”; its video, depicting the consequences of drug violence and unprotected sex, is unforgettable.

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