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What Time Is It
What Time Is It
Genres: Pop, R&B
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No Description Available No Track Information Available Media Type: CD Artist: TIME Title: WHAT TIME IS IT? Street Release Date: 07/07/1987


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All Artists: Time
Title: What Time Is It
Members Wishing: 5
Total Copies: 0
Label: Warner Bros / Wea
Release Date: 10/25/1990
Genres: Pop, R&B
Styles: Funk, Soul
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 075992370127, 075992370110


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Media Type: CD
Artist: TIME
Street Release Date: 07/07/1987

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The Groove | Boston, MA | 06/12/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The Time's 1982 followup to its debut proved that they weren't a faceless protege band of puppets with Prince pulling the strings. Each of the members is individually talented, including guitarist Jesse Johnson, future hitmakers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, and the flamboyant lead singer Morris Day. "What Time Is It?" is Minneapolis funk at its best, and it holds up amazingly well after more than two decades. At the heart of this six-track LP are two note-perfect jams: the infectious groove of "777-9311" and "Gigolos Get Lonely Too." The former song is straight-up flawless thanks to its tight instrumentation featuring precise drumming and a bassline to die for, and the latter is a silky-smooth ballad about a playa who wants to leave behind his wild ways and settle down. That's not to say the rest of "What Time Is It" isn't worth checking out. The opening track "Wild and Loose" and the funny "The Walk" are other notable highlights. While they don't make fine records like this anymore, "What Time Is It"'s influence can't be denied. A record you shouldn't miss."
...I WAS IN THE BAND!!!...
R. Davis | louisville, ky | 08/12/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"...well, at least i thought i was. i was a sophomore in high school and i had the look down: the baggy pants, the tie, the shoes...forgive me, tho, but i just couldnt get with brother's bouffant (jerome was my man). this was one of the best albums in my collection and i wore it out! along with my dazz band, gap band, run-dmc and mantronix albums! life was good...i think i'ma throw me a house party and play all'a that stuff again!...i almost forgot, this is a review aint it? well, hell yeah the music is good! they was part of prince's click, right?! come on now. jimmy jam...jesse johnson...even alexander o'neal (i had read somewhere that o'neal had actually been the front man for the group when it was called flyte tyme, but that prince prefered morris day...if anyone knows for sure, let me know, please). if you have any ohio players or "guitar" watson or zapp band in your collection and you don't have any time...then shame on you, fa'real!"
The Essential album by the Time!
Justin Ostoforoff | Nanaimo, B.C CANADA | 11/07/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Now that I have all 4 Time albums I could recognize this one as their ultimate best. The best song on this album and in general for the Time is definitely "777-9311". In a recent interview with Bass Player Magazine, The Artist was asked which of his many bass lines that he's created was his favourite, he said "777-9311" was and that nobody could play it like him. That song just gets locked in your head because it's very catchy and has the neatest arrangement. "Giggalos Get Lonely Too" is an outstaning ballad, while "Wild and Loose" is an excellent heavy funky tune. The venture briefly into New Wave on "Onedayi'mgonnabesomebody" then blast right into the "The Walk" with Vanity 6 on backgrounds. Just an excellent album with that trademark "Minneapolis Sound" written all over it. Get it Now!"