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A collection of music videos from 1986-1990 from the trio based in Miami - Exposé. The songs on this video are taken from Exposé's first two albums and features outtakes and interviews with Jeanette, Ann & Gioia.
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on May 17, 2013
These girls really deserve a flattering compliment, they really worked hard to make these videos an absolute collector's item, despite the quality of the videos which is not the best, but the songs on this tape make up for that!!, take a trip back to the 80's with EXPOSE, they are worth the time spent watching these videos, " LET ME BE THE ONE " my favorite expose song.
on March 26, 2002
Yes, let me be the first person to review this most excellent video collection.(with pleasure) Wow, what can I say. These videos are so cool, they take me back to a time when pop-dance music was cool. Ann Curless, Jeanette Jurado, and Gioia made up the group "Expose" for about 6 years. Gioia was replaced by Kelly MoneyMaker in 1992, due to Gioia's throat problems. These women look great, sing great, and can just flat put on a show. This collection features their first 8 videos from 1986-90. All of the classic videos are here: 'Come Go With Me', 'Point Of No Return', 'Let Me Be The One', 'Seasons Change', 'What You Don't Know', 'When I Looked At Him' and 'Tell Me Why'. The last video,'You're Baby Never Looked Good In Blue', is a live concept video which features alot of live footage from their world tour. And there are also brief interview segments and a few out-takes in between each individual video. I can't say that I have a favorite, because I like them all. Great color, multiple camera angles, cool concepts and razor-sharp production make these videos even MORE enjoyable to watch over and over again. If you don't have it, get it and take a trip back in time to when music and videos were cool. ROCK ON!
on May 24, 2003
Since this is the only video collection that Expose ever released, it is one that any Expose fan must own. The sad part is that Expose did not receive the attention that they truly deserved, in terms of their videos being shown by MTV or VH1. For this reason, I was even more motivated to purchase this set of videos. Sad to say, but these music stations, did not realize how successful Expose was, especially when they were compared to the Supremes. I only wished that this video was available in DVD.