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Home Again


Download links and information about Home Again by New Edition. This album was released in 1996 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 01:01:09 minutes.

Artist: New Edition
Release date: 1996
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul
Tracks: 13
Duration: 01:01:09
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No. Title Length
1. Oh Yeah, It Feels So Good 6:02
2. Hit Me Off 4:21
3. You Don't Have to Worry 4:42
4. Tighten It Up 4:00
5. Shop Around 3:25
6. Hear Me Out 5:12
7. Something About You 4:47
8. Try Again 4:24
9. How Do You Like Your Love Served 5:32
10. One More Day 5:04
11. Still In Love 4:39
12. Thank You (The J.G. Interlude) 2:38
13. Home Again 6:23



After the careers of all of the former New Edition members stalled in the early '90s, the group reunited in 1996 for Home Again. All of the original members of the group plus Bobby Brown's replacement, Johnny Gill, participated in the reunion, and instead of turning into a gargantuan clash of egos, Home Again is surprisingly even-handed and consistent. Essentially, the album sounds like it was compiled from the highlights of each member's unreleased solo project — most of the cuts are very good, with very little filler on the record at all. Granted, Home Again isn't a cohesive effort; it's pieced together with various producers (Sean "Puffy" Combs, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Gerald LeVert, etc.) and songwriters, but the consistency of the performances makes that issue a minor one. Simply put, none of the members have sounded so fresh since the late '80s. They might not be breaking any new ground on Home Again, but they prove they can deliver gangsta-inflected hip-hop, smooth soul, and new jack R&B with style.