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Published on Nov 9, 2009
In the long-standing tradition of prefabricated pop acts, the Miami-based trio Exposé was the creation of producer/songwriter Lewis A. Martineé. Martineé brought together Ann Curless, Jeanette Jurado, and Gioia Bruno, supplying them with a batch of songs penned by himself and the result was a slew of pop, dance, and R&B charting singles. Injecting it all with a bit of Latin flavoring, Martineé and Exposé scored big with their first outing, simply titled Exposure. Released in 1987, the album reeled off a string of hits, including the pop Top Tens "Come Go With Me," "Point of No Return," and "Let Me Be the One," and a number one with the ballad "Seasons Change." The album itself sold over two-million copies and reached the Top 20. Martineé did little to tamper with the formula on the follow-up release, What You Don't Know, aside from giving it a slightly more pop feel and enlisting outside songwriters for a couple tracks (one of which, Diane Warren's "Your Baby Never Looked Good in Blue," became another Top Ten hit). While not as successful as the debut, What You Don't Know still managed to notch four hit singles and achieve gold-selling status. Bruno left the trio in 1992 due to health reasons and was replaced by Kelly Moneymaker for a self-titled release later that same year. By now, the formula had worn thin and only "I'll Never Get Over You Getting Over Me" managed to click at radio, leaving the album to fail to even go gold. Their output since has been limited to greatest-hits compilations. ~