Smooth is the self-titled third album by Smooth. It was released on August 1, 1995 through Jive Records and was produced by Chris Stokes. Smooth made it to on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and on the Top Heatseekers. The album is best remembered for its controversial lead single "Mind Blowin'" which peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100 and on the Hot Rap Singles. Undercover Lover" and "Love Groove" were also released as singles, but none found the same success as "Mind Blowin'".
Album: Weapon Records Greatest Hits Volume 01, Rockin' the Disco.
With his new album, Something Smooth, the Anglo-American singer, guitar player and songwriter proves that it's about time to discover a new Pete Alderton: the storyteller. In contrast to other great musical storytellers such as Bob Dylan or Leonard Cohen who chose Folk or Chanson as a vehicle for their lyrics, Pete Alderton stays deeply rooted in the Blues. Seven minute songs full of details and references are not for him, he rather picks out moments, episodes, feelings and moods. This way he builds up a story song by song over the length of an album.
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