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We Got It [Immature]

  • 1. We Got It
    2. Lover's Groove
    3. Just a Little Bit
    4. Please Don't Go
    5. I Don't Know
    6. Pager
    7. Crazy
    8. I Can't Stop the Rain
    9. Boy Like Me, A
    10. Candy
    11. When It's Love
    12. Pay You Back
    13. Feel the Funk
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 11385

  • Credits

    Immature: Jerome "Romeo" Jones, Kelton "LDB" Kessee, Marques "Batman" Houston (vocals).
    Additional personnel: Smooth (rap vocals); Kirk Wan, The B-Team (various instruments); David Townsend (guitar); Uncle Pic (keyboards, synthesizer, bass, drums); Kent Woods, Ivan Goff (keyboards); Chris Stokes, Sean "The Mystro" Mather, Mike Dean, Claudio Cueni, Lamonte Lassiter, Derrick Monk, T.J. Thompson (programming); Davina Bussey (background vocals).
    Producers include: Chris Stokes, Sean "The Mystro" Mather, Claudio Cueni, Mike Dean, Lamonte Lassiter.
    Engineers: Chris Stokes, Claudio Cueni, Mark Abetz.
    Principally recorded at Westlake Studios, Los Angeles, California.
    Personnel: Immature (vocals, background vocals); David Townsend (guitar); Ivan Goff , Kent Woods (keyboards); Chris Stokes, T.J. Thompson, Lamonte Lassiter, Sean "Mystro" Mather, Mike Dean (programming); Davina Bussey (background vocals).
    Audio Mixers: Claudio Cueni; Dave Pensado; Matt Silva; Earl Cohen.
    Recording information: Backroom, Glendale, CA; B-Section, Sacra Familia do Tingua; Horizon Studios, Capitol Heights, MD; WEstlake Studios, Los Angeles, CA.
    Unknown Contributor Role: Mother's Finest.
    Arranger: B Team.
    If you liked The Jackson 5 and New Edition, you'll LOVE Immature. "Feel the Funk" was the name of their first hit from WE GOT IT, and that's more or less what the boys do on this fine disc of well-executed, '90s-style funk/hip-hop. Teen romance is the subject, mid-tempo is the groove, and Marques, Jerome and Kelton deliver on all fronts. More than a teeny-bopper outfit, the group possesses a real feel for their music, always concocting a consistent, well-produced sound. "Baby Please Don't Go," maybe the album's strongest track, displays the vigorous vocal talents of Marques "Batman" Houston's voice. His is a developing instrument, obviously not mature yet; but like a kid named Michael Jackson before him, Houston shows a knack for being at once smooth and gutsy. No one in this band is over 15, but you might not know that from the songs alone. In other words, Immature don't live up to their chosen name, and their audience should be very pleased with the results.

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