Release date
27 Oct 1992
Running length
12 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 I Think I'm In Trouble 4:15 382
2 You Don't Know What You Got 4:20 310
3 I Wish The Phone Would Ring 4:07 781
4 As Long As I Can Dream 4:50 934
5 In Walked Love 4:53 689
6 I'll Never Get Over You Getting Over Me 3:49 8,407
7 Angel 5:14 288
8 Face To Face 4:21 287
9 I Specialize In Love 3:52 542
10 Touch And Go 4:44 272
11 The Same Love 4:00 243
12 Give Me All Your Love 5:30 246

About this album

Exposé is the third album released from the group Exposé. It was released on October 9, 1992 on Arista Records. The album peaked at #135 on the Billboard 200 and #93 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. Self titled Exposé was certified Gold in the United States for sales exceeding 500,000 copies. The second single “I’ll Never Get Over You (Getting Over Me)” became the albums’ most successful hit, peaking at #8 on the Billboard Hot 100.

The albums’ style is less Latin influenced with more adult-contemporary material. This album also saw more Ann Curless lead vocals than on previous albums; she sings lead on “I Think I’m in Trouble,” “As Long as I Can Dream,” “In Walked Love,” and “Angel.” This album marks the debut of Kelly Moneymaker as a member of the group.

For the track “I Specialize in Love,” Jeanette Jurado (who provides the lead vocals for the majority of the album) sings co-lead with Curless, and then shares lead vocals with Curless and Moneymaker during the final bridge.

“I Specialize in Love” and “The Same Love” are the only two songs on the album that are covers of previously recorded songs. “I Specialize in Love” was a dance hit for Sharon Brown in 1982, while “The Same Love” was a minor hit for the Jets in 1989.

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