The Party (The Party album)

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The Party is the eponymous debut album by the band of the same name. It was the first full-length release on Hollywood Records, which was released August 1990. The Party worked with the industry's top writers and producers at the time, such as Stephen Bray, Jellybean Benitez, Andre Cymone, and Deborah Gibson.

The Party
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Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 31, 1990 (United States)
Recorded1990
GenrePop, dance-pop, teen pop, bubblegum pop
LabelHollywood / Elektra Records
ProducerStephen Bray
Jellybean Benitez
Andre Cymone
Deborah Gibson
Matt Dike
Michael Ross
The Party chronology
The Party
(1990)
In the Meantime, in Between Time
(1991)
Singles from The Party
  1. "Summer Vacation"
    Released: 1990
  2. "I Found Love"
    Released: 1990
  3. "That's Why"
    Released: March 27, 1991

The album produced two U.S. charting singles: "That's Why" reached #55 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #52 on Cash Box. And its follow-up, "Summer Vacation," reached #86 after having peaked a year earlier at #72 in the summer of 1990 as an advance single.[1]

Track listingEdit

  1. That's Why (Stephen Bray, Linda Mallah) - 4:43 - Albert
  2. Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda (Michael Price, Terry Lupton, Mark Holden) - 4:02 - Deedee
  3. I Found Love (Anne Preven) - 3:33 - Tiffini & Damon
  4. Walkin' in the Rain (Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil, Phil Spector) - 3:52 - Deedee
  5. Sugar is Sweet (Billy Steinberg, Tom Kelly) - 4:13 - Deedee & Albert
  6. I Wanna be Your Boyfriend (T.V. Dunbar, J.W. Gangwer) - 3:45 - Chase
  7. Summer Vacation (Albert Fields, Chase Hampton, Damon Pampolina, DJ Dino, MC Gizmo, Matt Dike, Michael Ross) 4:56 - Damon & Albert
  8. I'm Just Wishin' (Sammy McKinney, Michael Monagan) - 3:44 - Tiffini
  9. Storm Me (Wayne Hammer, Jeff Slater) - 3:48 - Albert
  10. Dancing in the City (Billy Steinberg, Tom Kelly) - 4:48 - Tiffini
  11. Rodeo (Julian Raymond, Chase Hampton) - 4:28 - Chase
  12. Ton of Bricks (Deborah Gibson) - 3:53 - Damon

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ [Joel Whitburn's Top Pop Singles 1955-2002]