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Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1 (1990)

George Michael
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Blue-eyed soul, Pop rock, Pop music, Indie rock, Contemporary R&B, Adult contemporary music, Jazz, Gospel music, Rock music

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Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1 is the second solo album from British pop star George Michael (on this album, it is spelled as George Michæl), released in September 1990. Following the massive worldwide commercial success of his first album Faith, this release found Michael awash in an identity crisis, with a sudden bid to quickly create a new image for himself as a serious-minded artist, while still generating sales.
Seemingly torn at first between his previous role as the camera-friendly media darling and his new role as abhorrer of all things visual, the album's title indicated his desire to be taken more seriously (although cameras were sometimes allowed into the recording studio, the results ending up on an MTV Rockumentary soon afterward). The album was deemed by many as a reverse-psychological tactic to generate renewed interest from an ever larger (and more adult) fan base, but ended up a commercial disappointment compared to Michael's time in Wham! and debut album Faith.
The album was Michael's final album of all-new material on Columbia Records until 2004's Patience. It was the album's disappointing sales in the U.S. that led to Michael's legal battles against Sony Music,

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Tracks

5:06 They Won't Go When I Go
3:18 Something to Save
3:59 Mothers Pride
5:31 Soul Free
2:27 Waiting (reprise)
4:50 Waiting for That Day / You Can't Always Get What You Want
4:44 Praying for Time
4:39 Heal the Pain
6:30 Freedom
7:14 Cowboys and Angels
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