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En Vogue 6/17/1997

Review

The sound of En Vogue isn't greatly affected by the departure of Dawn Robinson for their third album, EV3, since the group's harmonies remain remarkably supple and soulful. Instead, the group are hurt by its selection of producers and songwriters. En Vogue have decided to work with Denzil Foster and Thomas McElroy only occasionally on EV3, choosing to hire such professional songwriters and producers as Babyface, David Foster, Diane Warren and Ivan Matias, who arranged their hit single "Don't Let Go (Love)." At times, these pairings work: Babyface's "Whatever" is funkier than his previous work, and Matias brings a gospel-drenched sensibility to his songs. In the cases of Warren and Foster, they reshape En Vogue as an adult contemporary band, sapping the group of any of their energy or style. Still, there are enough strong moments scattered throughout the album to make it worth the wait. ~ Leo Stanley
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Whatever En Vogue 4:18
  3. 2 Don't Let Go (Love) En Vogue 4:48
  4. 3 Right Direction En Vogue 5:3
  5. 4 Damn I Wanna Be Your Lover En Vogue 5:21
  6. 5 Too Gone, Too Long En Vogue 4:40
  7. 6 You're All I Need En Vogue 3:36
  8. 7 Let It Flow En Vogue 5:38
  9. 8 Sitting by Heaven's Door En Vogue 4:33
  10. 9 Love Makes You Do Thangs En Vogue 4:27
  11. 10 What a Diff'rence a Day Makes En Vogue 4:10
  12. 11 Eyes of a Child En Vogue 4:29
  13. 12 Does Anybody Hear Me En Vogue 3:7

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