Time (Atlantic Starr album)

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Genre R&B
Label Arista [1]
Producer David Lewis, Elliot Wolff, Guy Roche, Vassal Benford, Wayne Lewis
Atlantic Starr chronology
Love Crazy

Time is a studio album by the R&B band Atlantic Starr, released in 1994. [2] [3] The first single was "I'll Remember You". [4] "Everybody's Got Summer" peaked at No. 36 on the UK Singles Chart. [5]


Critical reception

Professional ratings
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The Republican wrote that the group "tries out a few new tricks, most successfully on the rock solid groove of 'Everybody's Got Summer'." [8]

Track listing

  1. "I'll Remember You" (Stacey Piersa, Elliot Wolff) - 4:21
  2. "Everybody's Got Summer" (Les Pierce, Nick Trevisick) - 4:32
  3. "My Best Friend" (David Lewis, Wayne Lewis) - 4:50
  4. "Time" (David Lewis, Wayne Lewis) - 4:49
  5. "Baby Be There" (Diane Warren) - 3:49
  6. "Let's Just Sneak Around" (David Lewis, Wayne Lewis) - 4:21
  7. "So Good To Come Home To" (Diane Warren) - 4:03
  8. "Lovin' You All Over Again" (Dorothy Sea Gazeley, Doug Lenier, David Lewis, Wayne Lewis) - 4:58
  9. "Animal Attraction" (Jonathan Lewis, Wayne Lewis) - 4:28
  10. "Along The Way" (David Lewis) - 3:20

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