|Studio album by Uncle Sam|
|Released||October 14, 1997|
|Label||Stonecreek Recordings, Epic|
|Producer|| Charlucci Finney|
Uncle Sam is the self-titled 1997 debut album from Uncle Sam. It includes the hit single "I Don't Ever Want To See You Again" and the cover "Tender Love". On the worldwide release, a few bonus tracks were included.
Uncle Sam is an American R&B singer. He is best known for being signed to Boyz II Men's Stonecreek Records imprint in the late 1990s.
|1||"Can You Feel It" (Feat. Popa Chief)||MAS-PD; Wanya Morris; Popa Chief; Shawn Stockman||4:23|
|2||"You Make Me Feel Like"||S. Clark; MAS-PD; Wanya Morris; Shawn Stockman||6:05|
|3||"Throw Your Hands In The Air"||MAS-PD; Wanya Morris; Uncle Sam||3:48|
|4||"Leave Well Enough Alone"||Shawn Stockman||5:43|
|5||"Without Lovin' You"||Shawn Stockman||4:56|
|6||"Someone Like You"||Shawn Stockman||4:59|
|7||"Tender Love"||Jimmy Jam; Terry Lewis||3:35|
|8||"Think About Me" (Feat. Popa Chief)||K. Crouch; K. Jones; R. Patterson; Ken Paul; Popa Chief; Shawn Stockman; Milton Thornton||4:03|
|9||"Baby You Are"||Dennis Ross III||4:13|
|10||"Stop Foolin' Around"||Shawn Stockman||4:48|
|11||"I Don't Ever Want to See You Again"||Nathan Morris||5:42|
|12||"When I See You Smile" (From Touched By An Angel OST) (Bonus)||Diane Warren||4:50|
|13||"Underneath The Sheets" (Feat. Ruff Endz) (Bonus)||4:52|
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