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There are at least two bands that have operated under this name. A Dance group and a Japanese street punk band.

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Exposé was initially formed in 1984 in Miami,USA, when Martineé and his Pantera Productions talent scouts hired Sandra Casanas (“Sandeé”), Aléjandra Lorenzo (“Alé”), and Laurie Miller as the group’s lineup. The next year, the trio recorded “Point Of No Return” (with Lorenzo singing lead) for Pantera Records as a 12” vinyl single, which became a number one Billboard Hot Dance Club Play hit. The song helped to introduce a still-popular genre of music that became known as freestyle, which often features keyboard riffs, a sing-along chorus and break beat drum patterns in the music arrangement. The success of “Point Of No Return” quickly led Exposé to their signing with Arista Records, who promptly assumed distribution of the 12” vinyl single. A year later, Exposé recorded and released their second club/dance freestyle hit 12” vinyl single entitled “Exposed To Love” (with Lorenzo singing lead). These songs were released during the period when radio began airing continuous mixes of House/Club/Dance songs in major markets. As such, Exposé realized continued success, including a club tour to key cities. Impressed with the performance of the two singles and their unique sound, Arista granted approval for the group to record their first album.


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