8.As Long As We're Together [Remix Edit] - Al Green / Al B. Sure! (Edit remix)
9.New Jack Swing [12-Inch] - Wreckx-N-Effect (12" remix)
10.Somebody For Me - Heavy D & the Boyz
11.I Found Lovin' [Club Version] - Jeff Redd (Club Version)
12.Spread My Wings [Clark Kent Super Mix Rap] - Troop
13.Poison - Bell Biv DeVoe
14.Rub You the Right Way [7-Inch Version] - Johnny Gill (7" Version)
Tracks on Disc 2:
1.Why You Get Funky On Me [12-Inch Remix] - Today (12 " mix)
2.Hold On - En Vogue (Edit With Intro)
3.Feels Good - Tony! Toni! Ton?!
4.She's Mine [Radio Club Mix] - Basic Black (Radio Club mix, featuring Pete Rock / C.L. Smooth)
5.Treat Them Like They Want To Be Treated - Father MC (Club mix)
6.Sensitivity [Radio Mix] - Ralph Tresvant (Radio mix)
7.I Like the Way [the Kissing Game] - Hi-Five
8.Motownphilly - Boyz II Men
9.I Wanna Sex You Up [Smooth Out/ Long Version] - Color Me Badd (Smoothed Out / Long Version)
10.You Called and Told Me - Jeff Redd
11.Come and Talk To Me - Jodeci
12.Rump Shaker [Teddy 2] - Wreckx-N-Effect
13.I'm In Luv - Joe (Edit remix)
14.Anything [Old School Version] - SWV (Old School mix, featuring Wu-Tang Clan)
The New Jack Swing movement of the 1980s found R&B updating itself from the funk and soul that had dominated the '70s, and moving toward a synth-heavy dance music that incorporated elements of club music, traditional soul, and hip-hop. GOLD: NEW JACK SWING is a primer on the sound: it features the movement's most important artists, including Bobby Brown, whose "My Prerogative" epitomizes New Jack, and Boyz II Men, whose Motown and Philly soul-inspired harmonies and arrangements redefined contemporary quiet storm.
The two-disc set also features El Debarge, Color Me Badd, En Vogue, and others, giving a representative sample of the genre. Some of the tunes hold up quite well, but the set is perfectly designed as a nostalgia time capsule, bringing back memories of flattop fades, hair spray, shoulder-padded jackets, and the golden age of MTV.