- Released: August 24, 1993
- Originally Released: 1993
- Label: The Right Stuff
- 1.Sing My Heart Out
- 2.Use Ta Be My Girl
- 3.Cry Together
- 4.This Time Baby
- 6.Take Me To The Stars
- 7.Help (Somebody Please)
- 8.Strokety Stroke
Producers include: Kenneth Gamble, Leon Huff, Thom Bell, Bunny Sigler, Eddie Levert.
Recorded at Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Personnel: Evette Benton, Barbara Ingram, Carla Benson, Walter Williams , Eddie Levert (vocals); Kim Sigler, Robert Legrand, Roland Chambers, Bobby Eli (guitar); Don Renaldo (strings, horns); Thom Bell (strings); Alfred Pollitt, Cecille Duvalle (piano); Dennis Paul Williams, Dennis Richardson, Jimmy Sigler, Leon Huff , Bunny Sigler (keyboards); David Williams , Quinton Joseph, Jammin' James Carter, Shorty Miller, Charles Collins (drums); David Cruse, Rick Hicks, Larry Washington (percussion).
Liner Note Author: David Nathan.
Photographer: Frank Laffitte.
Unknown Contributor Role: The O'Jays.
Arrangers: Johnny Usry; Jack Faith; Dennis Williams; Thom Bell.
This was the biggest hit album The O'Jays ever enjoyed, even though it wasn't as aesthetically transcendent as Ship Ahoy. But it came at the right time; there weren't many great group albums being produced in R&B at the time, and that's what this really was, even if Eddie Levert took most of the leads. "Use Ta Be My Girl" was a triumphant success, while "Brandy" was the prototype album cut that became a hit through popular demand. ~ Ron Wynn