Offered for sale is a U.S. promotional copy of Exposure by Expose, pressed on high quality audiophile vinyl that was used only for promotional copies.
About this copy: This copy of Exposure is an original 1987 U.S. pressing on the Arista label.
The cover is M- with a promotional stamp on the back.
The disc is M- and appears to have had little, if any, play.
A nice copy of a terrific pop LP.
Background: Released in 1987, Exposure was the debut LP by Expose. The album reached #16 on the U.S. charts, helped by the #5 single “Point of No Return” and the #1 single “Seasons Change.”
Exposé’s debut album, Exposure, set the stage for one of the hottest female groups of the ’80s, with no less than four Top Ten singles, one of which soared all the way to number one. The album was a massive dancefloor sensation, and Exposé was the biggest group in their genre (and one of the biggest of the rock era), which also included acts like Sweet Sensation and the Cover Girls. “Come Go with Me” and “Point of No Return” were massive club hits as well as Top Five pop hits, and typify late-’80s freestyle/pop and Miami-based dance music…. This album typifies the essence of ’80s pop/dance music, and no accurate ’80s collection would be complete without these hits from Exposé, one of the biggest acts of their time.
|Country of origin:||U.S.|
|Year of Release:||1987|