Condition:Vinyl - Near Mint, Sleeve - Near Mint
Exposure is the debut studio album by American girl group Exposé, released on March 2, 1987. It reached number sixteen on the Billboard 200 and number twenty on the R&B albums chart and was certified double platinum by the RIAA in May 1990. The album spawned four top-ten singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, including "Seasons Change", which topped the chart in February 1988. Other hit singles were the breakthrough hit "Come Go with Me" (number 5 U.S.), a re-recorded version of the song "Point of No Return" (number 5 U.S.) and "Let Me Be the One" (number 7 U.S.). This was the first debut album by a group to feature four top-ten Billboard pop hits – a feat Cyndi Lauper achieved as a solo artist with her 1983 album She's So Unusual.