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Touch the World


Download links and information about Touch the World by Earth, Wind And Fire. This album was released in 1987 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Pop, Funk genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 42:41 minutes.

Artist: Earth, Wind And Fire
Release date: 1987
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Pop, Funk
Tracks: 10
Duration: 42:41
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No. Title Length
1. System of Survival 5:00
2. Evil Roy 4:52
3. Thinking of You 4:41
4. You and I 4:03
5. New Horizons: Musical Interlude 2:03
6. Money Tight 4:36
7. Every Now and Then 4:22
8. Touch the World 5:16
9. Here Today and Gone Tomorrow 4:00
10. Victim of the Modern Heart 3:48



Four years passed between 1983's embarrassing Electric Universe and their reunion album, Touch the World. Before the album's release, there was excitement as well as skepticism among Earth, Wind & Fire fans. Was EWF still capable of delivering a great album? And even if it was, how well would the album do in an R&B market that was radically different than that of the 1970s? As it turned out, a lot of the old magic was still there, and Maurice White and Philip Bailey proved that they could still be a powerful combination. From "Evil Roy" (which describes an urban youth's life of crime) to the major hit "System of Survival," Touch the World proved that EWF was still quite capable of excellence. Though White doesn't shy away from technology, he uses it in an organic fashion and remains faithful to the outfit's rich history. Despite "System of Survival"'s success, the album wasn't the huge commercial hit it deserved to be, but it wasn't a bomb either.