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Take It to the Floor

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Download links and information about Take It to the Floor by Special Generation. This album was released in 1990 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 42:42 minutes.

Artist: Special Generation
Release date: 1990
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul
Tracks: 11
Duration: 42:42
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Take It to the Floor 4:22
2. We Can Dance 4:44
3. One Nite Lover 4:30
4. Spark of Love 5:21
5. Very Special One 4:49
6. Slow Time 0:40
7. Love Me Just for Me 3:58
8. Friend 4:47
9. You Are Everything 4:11
10. Another Place 4:48
11. You Are Everything 0:32

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The debut album from the MC Hammer protégés Special Generation produced three single releases. The initial release "Love Me Just for Me" is an easy flowing single with crossover appeal; however, it rode the Billboard R&B charts for 21 weeks, peaking at number eight. The second release, "Spark of Love," is probably the best track from Take It to the Floor. While the first release becomes more soulful in the vamp, the second is a more melodious number. Both compositions offer lead vocal roles by all group members, anchored by Kendrick Washington's lively vocals. The final release was a remake of the Stylistics classic "You Are Everything," which peaked at Number 90 on the Billboard R&B charts. In addition to the released singles, there are other tracks here that are worthy of recognition, such as the compassionate "Friend" and the romantic "Another Place." The group's uptempo numbers like the title track "Take It to the Floor" and "We Can Dance" are hyped, slamming numbers with rhythms similar to MC Hammer's recordings. This project should have received more attention. [This version of the album contains a bonus DVD.]