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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche)
  2. The Way You Want Me To
  3. Stay The Night
  4. Yesterday's Letter
  5. He'll Never Be.. (What I Used To Be To You)
  6. I'll Give It All (Interlude)
  7. My Everything
  8. You Should Be Mine
  9. You Don't Know
  10. Dizzy
  11. The Way You Do
  12. Always You And I
  13. Never Giving Up
  14. Never Let Go
  15. Can You Imagine

Product Details

  • Audio Cassette (September 26, 2000)
  • Label: Umvd Labels
  • ASIN: B00004YL8T
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (141 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,339,230 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By pomuzak on October 1, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Finally they're back again, and this time they are better then ever. 98 Degrees have returned with an excellent album, one that I hope will top the charts because it deserves it. The sound on this album fluctuates between some R&B, Rock, Pop, and some really pretty ballads for your listening pleasure. An extra bonus is that the band WROTE most of the songs and PRODUCED them. I find it odd that this is the album which they had the most clout on, and it just happens to be their best to date. Universal Records needs to wake up, these guys have talent. Tracks like "You Should Be Mine", "Dizzy", and "Stay The Night" are definitely single-worthy, the latter being a song with a genuinely good melody that will suck you in on the first listen. Songs like "The Way You Want Me To", "Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche)", and "He'll Never Be (What I Used To Be To You)" are great dance songs, and surely will all be singles also in the near future. A standout track is "The Way You Do". It was written by Drew Lachey, and it is reminiscent of "Because Of You", but this one is better. I think the only not great part of this album is "My Everything". Don't get me wrong, it's a great song. It's just a little sickening after a while, that's all. But as a whole, this is one of the best albums I have heard in a while. It's got something for everybody, and will break 98 Degrees out of the "boy band" mold. GO BUY IT! IT'S WORTH IT!
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Sammie L. Dickson on September 26, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Since I can't give 4 and a half stars, I rounded up to 5 :) This CD is certainly a polishing of the already smooth 98 style. The ballads, in comparison with their old albums are even better, while the pop songs on the album are entering N Sync territory, but they have that special rounded 98° sound. Besides what's wrong with N Sync's style? 2 Million record buyers can't be wrong. But on this album, the beautiful love songs, should get the most attention. The haunting "Yesterday's Letter" with it's soulful piano, the romantic "The Way You Do", the melancholy "You Don't Know," are all key examples of the songs that deserve a close listen. But why the half off? While I respect 98° for writing part of almost every song on this album, it definitely shows they've done their cheesy cliqued pop songwriter school. I was hoping they could rise above the 'you's and do's', and put meaning above an easy rhyme. Not always the case on this album. Also, I was disappointed with the lack of accapella on this album. The interlude "Give it All" is lovely, but only 40 seconds? Come on guys, treat us fans to an entire unaccompanied ditty! Still, those are minor imperfections, just listen to the gorgeous melodies and you'll be taken away to a land of pop perfection.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By melissa on September 28, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This is one HECK of a "Revelation" for the Boy-Band steriotyped group. The Group co-wrote most of the songs which is a huge step for them; some words-a little cheesy and elementary, but those little odd parts are balanced out with smooth harmonies, groove-able dance tracks, and soulful ballads.
Dance tracks include; the hip hop beat "Dizzy", The regrettfull "He'll never be", and the latin-laced "Give me just on night(una noche)"
Lovey-Dovey songs include the lovable "the way you do", the sorrow-filled songs "You Don't Know" and "Yesterday's letter", and the Jessica Simpson dedicated "My everything"
I'd say this album proved that 98º outdone themselves. I suggest you give it a listen.
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33 of 42 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 30, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Wow! 98 Degrees's new CD, REVELATION, really blew me away! I couldn't believe how awesome and different this CD is in comparision to their 1998 album, 98 DEGREES AND RISING, (which I proudly own). People think that N'Sync's NO STRINGS ATTACHED album is the best album of the year...but 98 Degrees's REVELATION is soooo much better then NO STRINGS ATTACHED! (Of course, the Backstreet Boys' new album, BLACK AND BLUE, will probably be my new favorite once it comes out on sale, but REVELATION is my favorite album so far this year!)
98 Degrees has really grown up both as individuals and as a group. Their voices are really strong and amazing on this album. REVELATION was totally beyond my expectations! Nick is my favorite from 98 Degrees (but he's going out with Jessica Simpson so...?) Anyway, here's what I think of all the songs on this CD:
1.) "Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche)" -- Probably my favorite song on this entire album. It's a great Latin/pop song with a good beat and a danceable tune. They're voices are awesome on this song.
2.) "The Way You Want Me To" -- I like the lyrics to this song. It's also another good upbeat and danceable song.
3.) "Stay The Night" -- A wonderful song. This song kinda reminds me of their song, "Because of You", (from their 98 DEGREES AND RISING album), especially the music and even the lyrics and the way they sing them, but still a very sweet song. Kinda romantic. Another one of my favorites.
4.) "Yesterday's Letter" -- A nice ballad. Not one of my favorites, though.
5.) "He'll Never Be...(What I Used To Be To You)" -- This is a really cool song. I love the beat and lyrics to it. It's a great party song and a song you can really dance to.
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