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  • Audio CD (May 25, 1989)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Arista
  • ASIN: B000002VFA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #69,342 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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A night to remember!
Daniel J. Hamlow
The entire album,however, does not have the same hooks as the first album.
Janelle L. Lino
There was so much more inside the CD case than I even imagined!
Cameron Bernard

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Daniel J. Hamlow HALL OF FAME on August 21, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Sophomore slump? No way! In fact this tops their debut Exposure by miles! What You Don't Know is the Miami-based girl trio's second go-around with producer Lewis A. Martinee, who also does many different instruments on many of the tracks. He also writes or co-writes all but two tracks. The girls harmony vocals is also used to great effect.
The horn-enhanced title track contains the same bouncy energy backed with intense percussion and drum-machines that "Come Go With Me" and "Point Of No Return". The Jets wouldn't be out of place doing this, and tracks like this would've saved their career. The "In Effect Mix" of this song, with rap-scratching effects and enhanced bass, give it an early Janet Jackson flavour.
The pace continues when Ann sings on "Stop, Listen, Look & Think" which could also have done wonders for Brenda K. Starr.
The string-like keyboards opening the Paula Abdul-ish "Tell Me Why" hint at a more serious message, that of the effects of senseless crime: "Tell me anybody why can't we live together/end all the fighting erase it all forever/listen to this reason before it gets too late/soon there will be no one, no one left to hate." The pre-chorus refrain is sung in unison by the trio to great effect.
The nocturnal slow dance R&B number "When I Looked At Him" demonstrates why Jeanette does best as the balladeer and singer. Message here: "It's not a dream/we all need love and understanding/we must break thru/and make a love that's everlasting." Added piano, strings-keyboard decorate the more lush "Suave Mix", also on this album.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on July 9, 2002
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THIS CD IS JUST AS GOOD AS THEIR DEBUT. I AM A EXPOSE`FAN AND I AM GLAD THEY DID NOT DO THE SAME TYPE OF NO - STOP DANCE PARTY CD . MAKING THE SAME TYPE OF CD TWICE OFTEN MEANS TROBLE BECAUSE THE SIMILARITY OF MATERIAL CAN COST AN ARTIST/GROUP THEIR RECORD DEAL BECAUSE OF SLOW SALES.THIS HAPPENED TO CRYSTAL WATERS SELF"TITLED CD {IT WAS THE SAME AS "STORYTELLER"AND SAMANTHA FOX-"JUST ONE NIGHT$Q.THEY DO THE ADULT CONTEMP./R&B STUFF VERY WELL ON THE CD. OVERALL ANOTHER GREAT CD FROM EXPOSE`. BUY IT NOW! .ALSO GET GIORIA'S CD SINGLE "FREE TO BE" . SIGNED...MUSIC FAN.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kasey G on August 19, 2012
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Expose's second album released in June 1989 contains the same slick production values, tight harmonies and catchy hooks as their 1987 debut "Exposure". The difference here is that their Freestyle roots are abandoned a tad in favour of a more EuroDisco sound. This is most evident on "Stop, Listen, Look and Think" which could have been a hit for Hi-NRG queen Hazell Dean and on which Ann Curless solidifies herself as the Julie Andrews of dance music with her no-nonsense impeccable diction and phrasing.

We also have the Top Ten single "What You Don't Know", hip-hop cry for social unity "Tell Me Why" and a couple of successful chart ballads in "When I Looked at Him" and "Your Baby Never Looked Good in Blue".

The songwriting is a little repetitive on "Now That I Found You" and "Walk Along With Me" which are the least impressive offerings, but the upbeat resignation of "Still Hung Up on You" is dance-pop perfection at its finest and should have been a huge single. It's a textbook example of catchiness without annoyance (Carly Rae Jepson take note). The album reaches a boiling point on the Eastern-flavored "Love Don't Hurt (Until You Fall)", which is the most intense thing the girls ever recorded with Gioia wailing on lead. Next, "Didn't It Hurt to Hurt Me" boasts a passionate performance from Gioia that surpasses the other two ballads here for pure raw emotion.

If you loved the first album, this one should not disappoint, though there are a few weaker spots in comparison.

What You Don't Know 4/5
Stop, Listen, Look and Think 5/5
Tell Me Why 5/5
When I Looked at Him 5/5
Let Me Down Easy 4/5
Still Hung Up on You 5/5
Your Baby Never Looked Good in Blue 4/5
Now That I Found You 3/5
Love Don't Hurt (Until You Fall) 5/5
Didn't It Hurt to Hurt Me 5/5
Walk Along With Me 3/5
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This is a great CD by Expose one of their best along with Exposure. I highly recommend it for old and new Expose fans!
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By Cameron Bernard on September 7, 2013
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There was so much more inside the CD case than I even imagined! It really made my day opening it! The music is awesome too! The one thing that was a turn-off was the residue left from the security sticker on the top. It's hard to take off. So, maybe consider a change in sticker?
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I'm a big fan of the band Expose there CD What you Don't Know is an excellent CD,all the songs sound great there really cool.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jesse H. Melchor on August 25, 2000
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After enduring legal problems, Expose' returned with a vengence with Gioia belting out "What You Don't Know." The infectous chorus, Latino brass and upbeat flavor of the single reminded the pop chart that theirs was not a fluke success. Gioia's lead on the song served to reinforce the alternating vocal capability of the group. The audience responded by catapulting the song into the top ten.
The subtle and melodic ballad, "When I Looked At Him," focused on Jeanette's vocal talents. Elements of contemporary jazz are apparent here with concentrated degrees of saxaphone and piano chords. Jeanette's low key delivery emphasizes the softer side of Expose'.
"Tell Me Why" marked another distinction for the group. The message song tackled the difficult, and realistic, issue of gangs, with focus on our youth and what really matters to them. Gioia's impassioned vocals are wrought with despair, sincerity, anguish and hope. "Oh, uh uh oh."
The fourth single, "You're Baby Never Looked Good In Blue" found the cute ballad delivered by Jeanette. She sings of the despair of finding out that she has lost her love to another, thereby feeling blue.
"Stop, Listen Look And Think" was remixed and released to club DJs, giving Ann much needed exposure in the lead vocal spotlight. She fares well on the original version, holding her own in its upbeat, danceable arrangement. Don't worry, Ann finally gets her due with the third album.
Other tracks to listen closely to include "Now That I Found You," one of several live arragement tracks with a catchy piano riff to start things off. Ann demonstrates her niche here, and she is complimented with the infectious chorus.
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