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9 thoughts on “ ONE MORE CHANCE - Maurice Starr - Perfect Gentlemen Rated, PG (Vinyl, Album)

  1. The album Rated PG was released. Release Date: Overview; "Since he'd already struck gold twice in unearthing and/or producing teen groups, Maurice Starr tried once more in with Perfect Gentlemen, a trio of Boston youths all betwee " Read more. See all albums One More Chance. 3. Ooh la la (I Can't 4. Mama. 5. Tell Me Again.
  2. Perfect Gentlemen were an American trio of teen R&B vocalists formed under the direction of Maurice Starr, who discovered New Edition and New Kids on the Block. Starr put the group together in Boston in , and had them tour the U.S opening for the New Kids.
  3. At one point in , Maurice Starr produced four albums by four young groups, the already big New Kids on The Block, Finest Hour, this other Boston group and this group, Perfect Gentlemen. I liked the nice ballad Ooh La La on this album. Slow and smooth.
  4. As a quartet, they released the album The Perfect Gentlemen in It featured the singles "Don't Forget To Call" and "I Need You." Members. Corey Blakely; Maurice Starr Jr. Tyrone Sutton (on Rated PG) Miles "Masspike Miles" Wheeler (on The Perfect Gentlemen) Stephen Reeves (on The Perfect Gentlemen) Discography.
  5. One More Chance by Perfect Gentlemen. from Rated PG. 2. 33 R&B [artist #2 hit] [Columbia ] written by Maurice Starr. 2. 04/ Ooh La La (I Can't Get Over You) by Perfect Gentlemen. from Rated PG. 10 US. 12 R&B [artist #1 hit] [Columbia ] written by Maurice Starr.
  6. Rated PG, an Album by Perfect Gentlemen. Released 18 April on Columbia (catalog no. CK ; CD). Genres: Contemporary R&B. Featured peformers: Corey Blakely (vocals), Maurice Starr, Jr. (vocals), Tyrone Sutton (vocals), Maurice Starr (producer, aka_text arrangements role_id aka_text, writer, recording engineer, aka_text music role_id aka_text), Al Lancelotti (associate.
  7. Directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina. With John Lloyd Cruz, Bea Alonzo, Derek Ramsay, Maja Salvador. Longtime couple Basha (Bea Alonzo) and Popoy (John Lloyd Cruz) are practically inseparable, so when they split up, it's not surprising how heartbroken each feels. But Basha, stifled by the relationship, wants to spread her wings, and Popoy loves her too much to stand in her way. Struggling to build.

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