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The Promise

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T'Pau 6/25/1991

Review

After recording for Atlantic in the 1980s, T'Pau switched to Charisma in 1991 with The Promise, a collection of corporate pop-rock that wasn't terribly different from the British band's previous albums. Carol Decker was still a likable lead singer, and T'Pau still offered high-gloss material that -- although heavily produced and undeniably slick -- usually didn't sound like it came off a musical assembly line. The puzzling thing was that T'Pau continued to be much better-known in England than in the U.S. Indeed, commercial, radio-minded songs like "Made of Money," "Only a Heartbeat" and "Soul Destruction" begged the question: if American listeners could accept Roxette, why not T'Pau? The Promise isn't remarkable, but it isn't a bad listen either. ~ Alex Henderson
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Soul Destruction T'Pau 3:42
  3. 2 When Ever You Need Me T'Pau 4:6
  4. 3 Walk on Air T'Pau 4:30
  5. 4 Made of Money T'Pau 3:45
  6. 5 Hold on to Love T'Pau 4:13
  7. 6 Strange Place T'Pau 4:26
  8. 7 One Direction T'Pau 3:55
  9. 8 Only a Heartbeat T'Pau 4:38
  10. 9 The Promise T'Pau 3:55
  11. 10 A Place in My Heart T'Pau 3:54
  12. 11 Man and Woman T'Pau 4:34
  13. 12 Purity T'Pau 3:45

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