Exposé

Exposé

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Formed in 1984, Miami-based Exposé (originally X-Posed) was the brainchild of dance music producer Lewis A. Martineé. The all-girl trio consisted of Sandra “Sandee” Casanas, Aléjandra “Alé” Lorenzo and Laurie Miller.

After just two singles, “Exposed To Love” and “Point Of No Return,” both of which became major club hits, Exposé split up. Alé and Sandee embarked on solo careers, and Sandee had great club success with her solo album “Only Time Will Tell”, which included the dance smash “Notice Me”.

When it came time to record a third single, “Come Go With Me”, an entirely new lineup, Ann Curless, Jeanette Jurado and Gioia Bruno, was brought together by Martineé.

The album “Exposure” was released in 1987 and sold over two-million copies and reached the top 20. The album was released with the original versions of "Point Of No Return" and "Exposed To Love," with the vocals of Alé Lorenzo et al intact. Martineé chose to re-record and re-release "Point Of No Return" with the new vocalists, and the song was a hit once again.

Exposé released a second successful album in 1989, "What You Don't Know," and had many more hits. But in 1992 Gioia left the trio due to health reasons. She was replaced by Kelly Moneymaker for a self-titled release later that same year, but the album didn't make much of an impact and the group broke up.

Gioia has since released several solo singles and a solo album, called Expose This.
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Exposé Discography

Albums

Exposé Exposure (Album) Arista Japan 1987 Sell This Version
5C 408147 Exposé Exposure(LP, Album) Arista 5C 408147 Spain 1987 Sell This Version
Exposé What You Don't Know (Album) Arista Greece 1989 Sell This Version
Exposé = エクスポゼ* Exposé = エクスポゼ* - Exposé (Album) Arista, Arista Japan 1992 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

X-Posed* Point Of No Return (Single, Maxi) Pantera Records US 1984 Sell This Version
Exposé Exposed To Love (Single) Arista US 1985 Sell This Version
Exposé Come Go With Me (Single, Maxi) Arista Australia & New Zealand 1986 Sell This Version
Exposé Let Me Be The One (Maxi, Single) Arista US 1987 Sell This Version
Exposé Seasons Change (Single, Maxi) Arista US 1987 Sell This Version
JT 7634 Scarlet Fantastic / Exposé Scarlet Fantastic / Exposé - No Memory / Seasons Change(12", Promo) Arista JT 7634 Italy 1987 Sell This Version
Exposé When I Looked At Him (Maxi, Single) Arista UK 1989 Sell This Version
Exposé Club Veronica Megamix Arista Netherlands 1989 Sell This Version
Exposé What You Don't Know (Single, Maxi) Arista 1989 Sell This Version
Exposé Tell Me Why (Single, Maxi) Arista US 1989 Sell This Version
731 Exposé Lo Que No Sabes = What You Don't Know(7", Single, Promo, Tra) Arista 731 Mexico 1989 Sell This Version
AFS-9818 Exposé Seasons Change / Let Me Be The One(7", Single, RE) Flashback Records (4) AFS-9818 US 1989 Sell This Version
Barry Manilow Duet With Exposé Barry Manilow Duet With Exposé - Jingle Bells (Single) Arista Europe 1990 Sell This Version
Exposé Stop, Listen, Look & Think Arista US 1990 Sell This Version
Exposé Your Baby Never Looked Good In Blue (Single) Arista Canada 1990 Sell This Version
RX-887 Exposé Stop, Listen, Look & Think (Lambada Mix)(7", Single, Promo, Tra) Arista RX-887 Mexico 1990 Sell This Version
Exposé I Wish The Phone Would Ring (Maxi, Single) Arista Japan 1992 Sell This Version
Exposé As Long As I Can Dream (Single, Maxi) Arista US 1993 Sell This Version
Exposé I'll Never Get Over You (Getting Over Me) (Maxi, Single) Arista US 1993 Sell This Version
ASCD-2665 Exposé In Walked Love(CD, Single, Promo) Arista ASCD-2665 US 1993 Sell This Version
Exposé I'll Say Goodbye For The Two Of Us / I Specialize In Love (Maxi, Single) Arista US 1995 Sell This Version

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dj1971a

dj1971a

September 30, 2015
One of the few Freestyle acts to make major waves on an international level. All 3 original singers are still performing. I finally had the pleasure of meeting them in person at the Westchester County Center. They don't seem to perform very often in the North East so they remained one of the very few Freestyle acts I never met in person. My good friend Soave hooked me & my wife up with comp tix and backstage access which led to me meeting them for the first time. They were very nice in person. They also signed my Japanese pressing of their album. Pics can be seen on my site as always.
Lady-Miss-Kier

Lady-Miss-Kier

August 20, 2012
I think this group deserves a review.
A fantastic girl band that was able to hit the Billboard 200 with 7 Top 10 hits in a row
and their distinguished debut album was a Platinum seller.
Compared to other girl groups their career held on from 87 to 95, they were able to sing, dance and perform very well and they looked absolutely gorgeous.
Today they perform again at festivals and Gay Prides in the US and I think many people are more than happy to see them again on stage.

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