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Music : After 7 - The Very Best Of After 7 (1997)

Artist:After 7
Title:The Very Best Of After 7
Year Of Release:1997
Label:Virgin Records
Genre:R&B, Soul
Quality:Mp3 320 kbps / FLAC (log,tracks+cue)
Total Time:0:57:46
Total Size:151 / 459 Mb
WebSite:Album Preview

01. Sara Smile 04:32
02. Ready Or Not 04:32
03. Can't Stop (Remix)04:56
04. Heat Of The Moment (Remix) 04:18
05. One Night 04:58
06. Baby I'm For Real (Natural High) 05:07
07. Not Enough Hours In The Night 04:27
08. Can He Love U Like This 05:19
09. Takin' My Time 05:23
10. Gonna Love You Right (A Capella Remix) 05:13
11. Nights Like This 04:01
12. 'Til You Do Me Right 04:54

Michael Thompson (guitar)
Keith Andes (keyboards, programming, vocoder)
Babyface (keyboards)

The Very Best of After 7 gathers a dozen of the group's singles and album highlights, as well as hard-to-find and previously unreleased material. The collection kicks off with a new cover of Hall & Oates' soulful "Sara Smile" that's in keeping with the rest of After 7's smooth, lush style. Several of the group's best songs, including "Heat of the Moment," "Gonna Love You Right," and the hit single "Can't Stop," appear in remix form; it would've been nice to include the album versions of at least a couple of these tracks on the compilation as well. "Ready or Not," "Can He Love You Like This," and "'Till You Do Me Right" are some of the other standouts on the collection, emphasizing After 7's collaborations with Babyface and L.A. Reid. Though it's not as complete a retrospective as it could have been, The Very Best of After 7 does a good job of expressing and defining the group's classic yet fresh take on urban music. --Heather Phares


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