After a lengthy absence, the Dramatics regrouped in 1989. The new personnel included longtime veterans Ron Banks, L.J. Reynolds, William Howard, Willie Ford, and Lenny Mayes. This was a well-produced, expertly sung soul work with a few urban contemporary production trappings, mostly drum tracks and synthesized backbeats. Sadly, the group found out that six years on the urban contemporary landscape was more like 60; they didn't get much response except from old fans happy they were back.
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AllMusic Review by Ron Wynn