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Expose

Famous for Latin-flavored dance-pop as well as for adult contemporary ballads, the female vocal trio Exposé enjoyed a great deal of commercial success in the '80s and early '90s. Exposé was the creation of Miami-based producer/songwriter Lewis A. Martineé, who assembled the original Exposé lineup in 1984. Although Exposé's best-known lineup included Jeanette Jurado (born November 14, 1965, Pico Rivera, CA), Gioia Bruno (who was born in Bari, Italy, on June 11, 1963, but grew up in New Jersey), and Ann Curless (born October 7, 1963, Albany, NY), none of them were original members of Exposé; the original Exposé lineup consisted of Alé Lorenzo, Sandra Casanas, aka Sandeé, and Laurie Miller, which in 1984 recorded Exposé's Martineé-produced debut single, "Point of No Return," for his Pantera label. Employing Lorenzo on lead vocals and Casanas and Miller on backing vocals, "Point of No Return" was a major club hit and went down in history as a definitive example of Latin freestyle -- a high-tech form of dance-pop that incorporated elements of Afro-Cuban salsa and was also identified with artists like the Cover Girls, Sweet Sensation, Nayobe, and TKA.

The success of "Point of No Return" led to a contract with Arista Records, which released Exposé's second single, "Exposed to Love" (another Martineé-produced club smash that featured Lorenzo singing lead), in 1985. The following year saw a lot of upheaval in Exposé; Lorenzo, Casanas, and Miller all left the group in 1986 and pursued solo careers (Lorenzo and Casanas stuck with dance-pop, while Miller moved into jazz-influenced cabaret and traditional pop). But despite personnel changes, Exposé's popularity continued to grow. Exposé's third single, "Come Go with Me" (which featured Jurado on lead vocals), was another Latin freestyle club favorite -- and in early 1987, Arista released Exposé's Martineé-produced debut album, Exposure. By that time, Exposé's famous Jurado/Bruno/Curless lineup was in place -- a lineup that continued to perform Latin freestyle but did not perform it exclusively. Neither Arista nor Martineé envisioned Exposé as strictly a club act, and Exposure received considerable attention from radio thanks to major hits ranging from the adult contemporary ballad "Seasons Change" (which reached number one on Billboard's pop singles chart) to the R&B/urban-oriented "Let Me Be the One" (which featured Bruno on lead vocals).

After Exposure sold more than three million copies in the United States alone, Arista released Exposé's Martineé-produced sophomore album of 1989, What You Don't Know, which contained the major hits "When I Looked at Him" (an adult contemporary ballad) and "Tell Me Why." Sadly, Bruno had to leave the group in 1991 after a benign throat tumor rendered her unable to sing; Bruno, who was replaced by Kelly Moneymaker (born June 4, 1970), couldn't speak at all for about three years. Exposé's Jurado/Curless/Moneymaker lineup was heard on the group's self-titled third album, a 1992 release that didn't do as well as Exposé's first two albums but included the hit adult contemporary ballad "I'll Never Get Over You Getting Over Me." Exposé was the first Exposé album that wasn't totally produced by Martineé, and some fans complained that the disc's ballads sounded too much like Wilson Phillips. After being dropped by Arista, Exposé broke up in early 1996. Moneymaker, who married soap opera star Peter Reckell (best known for his portrayal of Bo Brady on NBC-TV's Days of Our Lives) in 1998, recorded as a solo artist -- and Bruno, who fully regained her voice in 1997, spent a few years with the band Wet before providing her solo album, Expose This, for Koch in 2004. Exposé's Jurado/Bruno/Curless lineup was reunited in 2006 and 2007 for an extensive tour of North America. ~ Alex Henderson, Rovi
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They played a show at my high school in the late '80's. I didn't go.
Brings back memories of their concert on Padre Island during spring break in the late 1980s--and the band members on stage showed no resemblance to the pictures on their concert posters!

Their concert was a good time anyway, perhaps not coincidental l y because it was at a hopping bar full of people in swimwear.
I like the original version of Point of No Return
This song taking it way back. So, so, good!
Saw them at Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fl in summer 1990. It rained on us but those girls stayed on stage.....
rodderswalt1
Such a hot girls group.. Saw them in Radio City 3rd row.. Gloria, Jeanette, Ann, over the top.
Wht a threesome!!! !
josequervo!! ! ! ! 3 3 3 3
WoW! This really takes me back to my clubbing day's, Que Loco!,
Saludos from PHX, Az
joeandmichel l e r
Love this!
Point of No Return is a classic.
alexations
In my opinion, the best female girl group ever! With their multiple Top Ten and Top Forty hits, pop music history cannot ignore that Expose' ranks right up there with TLC, The Supremes, and Destiny's Child...
alexations
In my opinion, the best femail girl group ever! With their multiple Top Ten and Top Forty hits, pop music history cannot ignore that Expose' ranks right up there with TLC, The Supremes, and Destiny's Child...
Forever love!
I LOVE EXPOSE. THIS IS ONE OF MY MOST FAVORITE ALL FEMALE BANDS. I USED TO OWN ALL OF THEIR ALBUMS.
I love freestyle it reminds me of Brooklyn in the 80's forreal
Come Go With Me. I LOVE EXPOSE. THIS IS ONE OF MY MOST FAVORITE ALL FEMALE BANDS. I USED TO OWN ALL OF THEIR ALBUMS.
I miss the 80s
starcate73
Jurado's voice is so incredibly amazing. These girls rock. Where is new stuff. The best times of my life centered around these ladies.
mariay5070
This song is one of my favorites love freestyle music :)
1224012991
I saw them 3 times they rock! Great memories!
80's & 90's music kicks a**!!! Luvin it from waianae, Hawaii :-) :-) :-) :-)
You thinking of me ???
Classic Expose; still Hot in concert in 2013
saw them in concert....t h e y still got it!
Good dance song. Classic 80's
i saw them perform at Epcot last year they still got it especially Janet and it was nice to gio singing again
Point Of No Return...fre s h m a n year in high school...goo d times!
saw them live last weekend, these girls still got it
Love this song!
I Love freestyle this is what I grew up too!
I sure miss the 80's
Wow miss the good old days, one of theeee best best freestyle groups. Miss this music, but glad we can still enjoy it! I do enjoy it with my kids. Forever freestyle. :) Siempre !
nyc.girl.69
Grew up listening and dancing to this! Brings back soooo many wonderful memories!
the palladium nyc. too many lovers and bacardi and coke.!
Love the 80's!!!!
frog old school
yeah
chindukwe
Go 80's!!! All the way!
The 80s was the last of a dieing breed.THE BEST EVER!!!!!
Good ol days
I remember a lot things in my country...!!
I miss mu good old days in NY!
Hope All of U R Well!!!!!
Bless u and your music
U LADIES STILL R #1 !!!!!!!
I Know
Got To Get Away
I'm going
U All Rock
Mis u nick malta
I free kin love this song crazing around
Moore and air depot looking for a party
And chicks. Man what memories .smile
This is one of those CDs that you play over and over and never seem to get tired of listening. Still have the vinyl LPs with the plastic wrap on it. Great music back then and still sound great today.
boy do I miss the 80's song
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