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by: New Edition


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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: MUSIC
EAN: 0008811148027
ESRB Age Rating: Everyone
Feature: HOME AGAIN MUSIC
Item Dimensions: 5148822559
Label: MCA
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageGermanUnknown
Manufacturer: MCA
Model: 1972226
MPN: MCD 11480
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Platform: Windows 8
Publication Date: September 10, 1996
Publisher: MCA
Release Date: September 10, 1996
Studio: MCA

Features:
  • HOME AGAIN MUSIC



Disc 1:
  1. Oh, Yeah, It Feels So Good
  2. Hit Me Off
  3. You Don't Have To Worry
  4. Tighten It Up
  5. Shop Around
  6. Hear Me Out
  7. Something About You
  8. Try Again
  9. How Do You Like Your Love Served
  10. One More Day
  11. I'm Still In Love With You
  12. Thank You (The J.G. Interlude)
  13. Home Again
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
During the '80s, New Edition reigned as the biggest and best boy R&B group. Influenced by the Jackson 5, New Edition influenced New Kids on the Block and Boyz II Men, who took their name from a New Edition song. After a "hiatus" of nearly 8 years, the Boston-based act reunited in 1987, with all of the original members, most notably the first to go solo, Bobby Brown. With big name producers (Puffy Combs, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, etc.) in tow, Home Again has some seriously great moments, especially on the cuts that Jam and Lewis cook up. But as with most reunions, Home Again was proof that you can't fully return to your past. While the voices were fine, the magic wasn't always there. --Amy Linden

Amazon.com:
During the '80s, New Edition reigned as the biggest and best boy R&B group. Influenced by the Jackson 5, New Edition influenced New Kids on the Block and Boyz II Men, who took their name from a New Edition song. After a "hiatus" of nearly 8 years, the Boston-based act reunited in 1987, with all of the original members, most notably the first to go solo, Bobby Brown. With big name producers (Puffy Combs, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, etc.) in tow, Home Again has some seriously great moments, especially on the cuts that Jam and Lewis cook up. But as with most reunions, Home Again was proof that you can't fully return to your past. While the voices were fine, the magic wasn't always there. --Amy Linden



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