Changing Faces is the self-titled debut studio album from American R&B duo Changing Faces, released in 1994 on Atlantic Records. The album peaked at twenty-five on the Billboard 200 chart. By October 1994, it was certified gold in sales by the RIAA, after sales exceeding 500,000 copies in the United States. The album peaked at twenty-five on the . Billboard 200 and topped the R&B Albums chart. The album was certified gold by October 1994.
Changing Faces returned in 1997 with their second album, All Day, All Night. " the first single from the album and their biggest R&B hit to date, reaching number one on the R&B chart, and number eight on the Billboard Hot 100. The second single from the album, "All of My Days", also appeared on the soundtrack to Space Jam. In 1998, the group participated in the soundtrack of the Eddie Murphy movie Dr. Dolittle with the song "Do Little Things" featuring Ivan Matias. Keep It Right There". 49. - - - "We Got It Goin' On". - 61. - - - White Man's Burden.
The following tracks will sound good when mixed with Changing Faces - Keep It Right There, because they have similar tempos, adjacent Camelot values, and complimentary styles.
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BPM Profile Changing Faces. Album starts at 131BPM, ends at 113BPM (-18), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Changing Faces.
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Changing Faces was an American female R&B duo that was popular from 1993 until 2000 and reunited 2012. The group consisted of members Cassandra Lucas and Charisse Rose. Lucas and Rose were backing vocalists for Sybil for two years before they formed Changing Faces. The pair returned to New York, where they worked at a dermatologist's office in Manhattan during the day while recording demos at night with producer Dinky Bingham.