98°

98°

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98°' eponymous debut album is an appealing mixture of urban soul and pop-oriented hip-hop, all targeted at teens. It may lack a set of consistently engaging songs, but the best cuts suggest that the group is capable of some dynamic contemporary soul. [98°' debut album was reissued in the spring of 1998, with the Diane…  See more details below

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98°' eponymous debut album is an appealing mixture of urban soul and pop-oriented hip-hop, all targeted at teens. It may lack a set of consistently engaging songs, but the best cuts suggest that the group is capable of some dynamic contemporary soul. [98°' debut album was reissued in the spring of 1998, with the Diane Warren composition "Was It Something I Didn't Say" added as a new track. The song was included after it received exposure in the film Fame L.A.]

Product Details

Release Date:
03/10/1998
Label:
Motown
UPC:
0731453087927
catalogNumber:
530879

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

98°   Primary Artist,Vocals
Armando Colon   Keyboards
Dave Deviller   Acoustic Guitar
Maxx Frank   Keyboards
Ronnie Garrett   Bass
James Genus   Electric Bass
Tommy Martin   Guitar
Daryl Simmons   Keyboards
Mario Winans   Multi Instruments
Montell Jordan   Piano
Sean "Sep" Hall   Keyboards,Multi Instruments
Nathan Maxxwell   Keyboard Overdubs
Craig McCreary   Acoustic Guitar
Professor Funk   Bass,Guitar
Bernard Grubman   Multi Instruments
Steven Meeder   Percussion,Snare Drums
Kim Morrow   Vocals
Nick Lachey   Vocals
Drew Lachey   Vocals
Justin Jeffre   Bass,Vocals
Tony "Downtown" Brown   Bass
Shep Crawford   Keyboards
Tricky & Sean   Keyboards,Multi Instruments
Jeff Timmons   Vocals,Falssetist
Jazzy D.   Keyboards
Dick Smith   Acoustic Guitar

Technical Credits

Steve Kipner   Composer
Paul D. Allen   Engineer
Bruce Carbone   Executive Producer
Armando Colon   Composer
Dave Deviller   Composer,Producer
Maxx Frank   Composer,Producer,Engineer,String Arrangements
Chris Gehringer   Mastering
Steve Grisette   Composer,Producer
Mick Guzauski   Engineer
André Harrell   Executive Producer
Kenny Hickson   Composer
Sean Hosein   Composer,Producer
David Irvin   Art Direction
Thom "TK" Kidd   Engineer
Kevin Lively   Engineer
Paul Logus   Engineer
Sean   Producer
Daryl Simmons   Producer,drum programming
Diane Warren   Composer
Mario Winans   Composer,Producer
Montell Jordan   Composer,Producer,Vocal Arrangements
Sean "Sep" Hall   Producer,Engineer
Kenny Ortíz   Engineer
Glen Marchese   Engineer
Craig Bauer   Engineer
Kenny Greene   Composer
98°   Composer,Producer,Executive Producer
Edward "DJ Eddie F" Ferrell   Executive Producer
Mikael Ifversen   Engineer
Hex Hector   Remixing
Rashad Smith   Composer,Producer,drum programming
Mario Rodriguez   Engineer
Christopher "Tricky" Stewart   Producer
Sam Salter   Composer
David Harley   Art Direction
Anne Catalino   Engineer
Professor Funk   Composer,Producer
Bernard Grubman   Composer,Producer
Tina Anderson   Art Direction
Thicke   Composer
Greg Montgomery   Engineer
Derek "Chuck Bone" Osorio   Executive Producer
Shep Crawford   Composer,Producer,Vocal Arrangements
Paris d'Jon   Executive Producer,Management
Rodolfo "Clark Kent" Franklin   Executive Producer
Tricky & Sean   Producer,Engineer
Bag   Producer
Arnthor   Producer

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98° 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
98 degrees is a great volcal group. Their second album is better then this one though. Jeff's voice starts to get really annoying on some songs. I ended up yelling at the cd player because his voice bugged be at times. Now he's better, he's the best singer on the second one. But other than that, it's a CD full of love and heart. Nick's voice is very beautiful.
Guest More than 1 year ago
98 Degrees is an awesome album. The group is extremely talented. What makes this album great is it's not just one fantastic voice. they're all great. The ballads are beautifully done and the other songs are really danceable.