|All Artists: Stacy Lattisaw|
Title: Sneakin Out
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Atlantic / Wea
Release Date: 10/25/1990
Styles: Soul, Quiet Storm
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 090431776322, 075679000224
Finally came back ! 4 1/2
Steven M. Dwyer | Ny | 02/22/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"old R & B at its best. I havent seen this album as in a record in years and its finally back. I remember i was looking for it on Cd way back in 1994 but the Cd didnt exist, yet. i even called up Atlantic recording at the time. When this album came out it was 1982 and this girl was still singing. my father had the album but i wanted it on a Cd. went everywhere looking around
Stacy Lattisaw has a great voice. Sneakin out is a great song, high pitched voice. i know she had talent . Hey there Lonely Boy, done well. Attack of the name Game is fun, Synthesizers exist in this tune. little rappish in there, nothing crazy of course a new idea maybe too. I know Blondie had Rapture. Memories the song was good, IT was a B side on a 45rm to Love on A Way Street. Dont throw it all Away a great hit, Sang well by Stacy , Guys like you give love a bad name, done well as i remembered it. tonight im gonna make you mine i give 4 stars. the album only has 9 songs on it but its well worth it , pick it up if you love Oldies, or old R & B from this time period, welcome back Stacy Lattisaw! although she doesnt sing in music business anymore i beleive."
Sneakin' Out - 4.5 stars
Geminigirl | Philadelphia, PA United States | 05/07/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Before we had Brandy, Monica & Aaliyah we had the inimitable, Stacy Lattisaw!! I grew up listening to this girl and could not believe the voice coming out of a 13/14 year old girl. I happily bought her greatest hits cd but it doesn't include one of my favorite ballads - I COULD LOVE YOU SO DIVINE.
Her rendition of this song still sends chills up my spine & makes me wish I could sing as well as she can. This ballad as well as all of the other great ballads of hers are not too old or too mature for her - they all possess a sweet innocense that is indeed lost on the teen singers of today's music biz.
This album, produced by the great Narada Michael Walden who worked on all of Stacy's initial releases is one of the best r&b albums of the 80's. Stacy Lattisaw's voice is indeed missed in the music world but at least we are able to relive the magic of her voice through the re-release of her albums. If you can get your hands on this disc, ENJOY!!