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CD (Item 503798) MCA/Uptown, 1990 — Condition: Used
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Teddy Riley's second LP with Guy, one of many groups he held the helm for, laying down the blueprint for New Jack Swing, the sound that would rule modern chart soul for years. Like some of the other music of that era, this LP sounds a lot better to us now than it did then, when we had to act all hard and pump NWA from our jeeps. 16 tracks on the CD version including "Wanna Get With U", "Teddy's Jam 2", "Let's Chill", "D-O-G Me Out", "The Future" and "Let's Stay Together" – plus "Smile", "Total Control", "Where Did The Love Go" and more.  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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