1989 was a pop/dance music lover's dream year
Donna Di Giacomo | Philadelphia, PA | 01/01/2010
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I consider nineteen eighty-nine to be the American music industry's last hurrah in terms of popular music. A string of solid pop records (when they actually *were* records!) were released that year that have, in my opinion, stood the test of time and continue to bring a smile to my face everytime I hear them. The Cover Girls' "We Can't Go Wrong" is certainly no exception.
I used to have this album on audio cassette tape and am looking forward to adding it to my collection again as I really enjoy the title song as well as the fun "All That Glitters Isn't Gold" (I did chuckle everytime I saw the video on MTV), the upbeat "My Heart Skips a Beat" as well as the fun "Up on the Roof" and the equally fun and upbeat "Cute."
In all, "We Can't Go Wrong" is one of those rare pop albums that I can leave running from beginning to end and not have to fast forward to skip through songs. - Donna Di Giacomo"