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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. I'll Remember You
  2. Everybody's Got Summer
  3. My Best Friend
  4. Time
  5. Baby Be There
  6. Let's Just Sneak Around
  7. So Good To Come Home To
  8. Loving You All Over Again
  9. Animal Attraction
  10. Along The Way


Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 24, 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Arista
  • ASIN: B000008D0S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #115,042 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Dr. Paul Racioppi Jr DDS on April 20, 2010
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Finally on CD, my favorite R&B band's 1978 debut album ( I was a Freshman in college at Creighton University, far from home in New York City ), finally sees the radiant light of day. With wonderful production by Bobby Eli ( he co-wrote "Love Won't Let Me Wait" with Vinnie Barrett for Major Harris in 1975! ), Atlantic Starr says "Stand Up", we've arrived. Simply terrific songs like "With Your Love I Come Alive", "Being In Love With You Is So Much Fun" (they performed this one, as well as "Stand Up", live on Soul Train ), "Keep It Comin", and two lovely, beautiful ballads, namely "(I'll Never Miss) The Love I Never Had" and "We Got It Together" (with lead vocals by David E. Lewis and Sharon A. Bryant, respectively), make their maiden voyage a very smooth Atlantic crossing! Remember this was 1978, and there were never two better decades for music than the 1960's and 1970's, hands down ( I will even include the 1980's as my third spot ), and the years 1978-1979 were full of great disco and ballads alike. You will never see groups quite like the voices that graced the airwaves between 1973-1985 in R&B again: Artists like Phyllis Hyman, Angela Bofill, The Whispers, The Temptations, Gladys Knight And The Pips, Luther Vandross, Major Harris, The Stylistics, Blue Magic, Marvin Gaye, Deniece Williams, The Four Tops, Voyage, and Atlantic Starr, just to name a few. Today the so-called artists usually depend on "sampling" a masterpiece of the past to even think of beginning to write a song. They should learn from the artists that came before them, and spend a little more time writing and a lot less time texting! Texting will pass, writing will remain. That is such a bygone era, and am I glad I still have the vinyl and now the CD's to play at home and in my car, especially on a drive out to Long Island.Read more ›
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I love this album (CD) lol!! I have this album and I bought it in 1978 when it first debuted and I have loved it ever since! I"ve been searching for this particular CD and I was unsuccessful in locating it, but I thought I would take another look and I almost fell off my chair when I saw it featured. I specifically love "With Your Love I Come Alive". It is a beautiful ballad. Atlantic Starr was an amazing group that kept on making great hits. I was surprised to see that they had so many albums. I'm happy now!

Beverly
Las Vegas
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One of their earlier albums - great to find it on CD - my favorites are "Keep It Comin'" and "Never Miss The Love I Never Had"
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A decade and a half in the business when they made this album in 1994, many people probably wondered about the future of this once-great group after their hardly-great 1991 offering "Love Crazy." This album, while not the epic comeback that they might have hoped for, is definitely a better album in many ways. The overabundance of beat-heavy, vocally uninspiring dance numbers on "Love Crazy" is greatly reduced here, instead focusing more on the beautiful, lushly-orchestrated ballads that was the signature of the group in the 80s. Selections such as "My Best Friend" and "Loving You All Over Again" sound more like "Always" and "Secret Lovers" than just about anything that they made since those two great hits. One very frown-worthy thing here, however, is the presence of a sample (and a none-too-obscure one at that) in the song "Everybody's Got Summer." I mean, this is Atlantic Starr, not some nameless, faceless group that needs somebody to do all the work for them. Definitely very unpleasantly uncharacteristic for this group, but besides that, this is a surprisingly strong album that both die-hard and casual fans of the group should like.
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I have sought this album, on cd for over 30 years

And to finally have it back In my possession is a dream come true.
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I have been a big fan of Atlantic Starr for a long time. I loved this album and listened to it so much it was unplayable. I was glad to find a replacement at such a great price.
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