MATT BIANCO "WAP BAM BOOGIE" (1988)
Matt Bianco were attempting to break into America with Indigo. With Emilio Estefan having a hand in producing a number of tracks, some of the album sounded not unlike Miami Sound Machine. There was certainly a more polished, commercial sound and the album was generally more dance-orientated than previous works.
Some existing fans were critical of this new style of sound, and believed that the song-writing from band members Mark Reilly (the vocalist) and Mark Fisher (keyboardist and composer) may have suffered slightly. At the same time, the band attracted new fans who were enjoying the more "dancey" feel.
Personally, I really like the album and it' full of fun and energy. I see nothing wrong in bringing in a new producer from time to time as this can breathe new life into your music. The critics need to lighten-up and start dancing!
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