Men At Large
Download links and information about Men At Large by Men At Large. This album was released in 1992 and it belongs to Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 58:41 minutes.
|Artist:||Men At Large|
|Genre:||Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Dancefloor, Dance Pop|
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|1.||Where's Dave & Jason (Skit Intro)||2:57|
|2.||Use Me (Version 1)||6:21|
|4.||Would You Like to Dance (With Me)||5:28|
|5.||Um Um Good||4:39|
|9.||Stay the Night||5:35|
|10.||Ain't It Grand||4:15|
|11.||Use Me (Version 2)||5:19|
|12.||Menz At Larges (Skit Outro)||2:09|
Cleveland natives Jason Champion and Dave Tolliver are Men at Large. The hefty young men are an electric act live, and producer Gerald LeVert (along with a handful of co-producers) effectively captured that heat. LeVert incorporates comedy, hip-hop, rap, urban and soul on a blue-plate selection of songs. It opens with a comedy skit, where LeVert is looking for the two overweight lovers. The hip-hop tunes are snappy, danceable items, but the ballads are a different story. Men at Large ballads are not typical '60s/'70s slowies; they're more like mini-dramas intended to evoke screams, not cool "oohs" and "ahhhs." Champion's expressive, demonstrative tenor is a jewel; he'll remind you of multiple exclamation points when he slides into falsetto. The infectious "Heartbeat" has a reggae beat, some slick raps, and a bass voice accenting the beat — a real charmer. When you play "So Alone," have a hankie ready. It was a modest R&B hit for the fellows. None of the other releases, unfortunately, did much to enhance their popularity.