Catch Me, I'm Falling

by: Pretty Poison

Major labels in the late '80s and early '90s kept the cutout bins full with this type of release. It had faceless tracks, standard urban contemporary and dance/pop production, forgettable lyrics, and performances that didn't lack earnestness or energy but were expended on flat, lifeless material. The results were predictable. ~ Ron Wynn

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