D Train's second album for Prelude isn't on the level of their debut, as the amount of filler lessens the impact of the standouts, and none of the standouts match "You're the One for Me" or "Keep On." Both the title track and "Keep Giving Me Love" featured familiar sounds, but were different enough to keep the attention of fans of the duo's initial singles. James "D Train" Williams' rich, booming baritone and Hubert Eaves III's bold production are just as unique as ever -- when you hear a D Train song, there's no mistaking who it is. Like its predecessor, Music is loaded with upbeat numbers and throws in a ballad to show that Eaves is much better at crafting energetic material for dancefloors. When Unidisc issued the album on CD in the early '90s, they did everyone a favor by including an assortment of alternate mixes and radio edits.
by Andy Kellman