Exposé - Come Go with Me (1987)
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"Come Go with Me" is a song by American girl group Exposé from their debut studio album Exposure (1987). Composed and ...
"Come Go with Me" is a song by American girl group Exposé from their debut studio album Exposure (1987). Composed and produced by Lewis A. Martineé, the song was released in January 1987 as the third single from Exposure. The group’s second lineup recorded "Come Go with Me", with Jeanette Jurado singing lead vocals, and Gioia Bruno and Ann Curless singing backup. Some vocals from the original lineup of Exposé remain in the released track.
Background and release
In 1985 Exposé had two club hits, "Point of No Return" and "Exposed to Love". Between 1985 and 1986, the three original members of Exposé left the group and were replaced by Jurado, Bruno and Curless. These new members re-recorded vocals on "Point of No Return" and both songs were included on the album. Although "Come Go with Me" was the third single released from Exposure, the other two songs were familiar to fans of the group and its music.
In the United States, "Come Go with Me" spent two weeks at the summit of the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart in January 1987, becoming their second single to achieve such feat. The 12" single also reached number two on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Singles Sales chart."Come Go with Me" became Exposé's first single to reach the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, where it peaked at number five in April 1987 and remained in the Top 40 for 12 weeks. The single also peaked at number 19 in Canada.