What Kind Of Man Would I Be?" was so popular that it stayed on the Billboard R&B Charts for a total of 41 weeks before it finally fell off. "You Don't Have to Hurt No More" was the second single released from Definition of a Band and it was also a Top 10 R&B hit. ( R&B, pop). Two years later, The Collection: 1991-1998, a greatest hits compilation, was issued. Towards the end of 2012 in December, Mint Condition was entered into the Soul Music Hall of Fame. The group released a new album called Music At The Speed Of Life in September 2012. They were also featured in the 2013 season of TV One's "Unsung". On October 16, 2015, they released a Christmas CD called Healing Season.
Artist: Mint Condition. Album: Definition of a Band, 1996. Music video by Mint Condition performing What Kind Of Man Would I Be. (C) 1996 Perspective Records Inc. Has been played on.
of man would I be If I lived unfaithfully And what kind of girl would you be If you did the same 'Cause I don't wanna see her cry And you don't need a reason to lie 'Cause if we lay down tonight It won't justify throwin' love aside, no no This feelin' is strong and we know it But. we gotta see past the moment There's too much to lose if we flow it This is no lie Still here we are close together With promises made that we'd never Yet feeling it now more than ever I can't deny But what kind of man would I be If I lived unfaithfully And what kind o. .
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For the Mint Condition song of the same name, see their album Definition of a Band. What Kind of Man Would I Be?" Single by Chicago. from the album Chicago 19 and Greatest Hits 1982–1989. A slightly remixed version of the song was included on the 1989 compilation album Greatest Hits 1982–1989, and a single release of that remix peaked at number 5 on the US Billboard Hot 100 on February 24, 1990.
What Kind of Man Would I Be?" is a song written by Jason Scheff, Chas Sandford and Bobby Caldwell and recorded by the band Chicago for their 1988 album Chicago 19 and 1989 album Greatest Hits 1982–1989. Scheff sang the lead vocals.
Album: Mint Condition. Mint Condition: best 2 tracks. Mint Condition - If You Love Me Life's Aquarium, 1999 06:25.
The first successful single on this album was the Billboard R&B smash hit single "What Kind Of Man Would I Be?" which was about remaining faithful in a relationship ( R&B, Pop). The single crept up to the number 2 spot on the Billboard R&B charts in a matter of weeks and received a Gold certification by the RIAA that December.
Breakin' My Heart (Pretty Brown Eyes). BREAKIN' MY HEART (Pretty Brown Eyes).
|A||What Kind Of Man Would I Be (Radio Edit)||4:05|
|B1||Change Your Mind (Snippet)||1:17|
|B2||Let Me Be The One (Snippet)||1:42|
|B3||You Don't Have To Hurt No More (Snippet)||1:46|
- Producer, Arranged By – Mint Condition
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 31458 7558 4 5
|31458 7558 2||Mint Condition||What Kind Of Man Would I Be (CD, Single, Car)||Perspective Records||31458 7558 2||US||1996|
|PSPRO 00282||Mint Condition||What Kind Of Man Would I Be / I Want It Again (12", Promo)||Perspective Records||PSPRO 00282||US||1996|
|WHAT 1||Mint Condition||What Kind Of Man / I Want It Again (12", Promo)||Wildcard||WHAT 1||UK||1996|
|none||Mint Condition||What Kind Of Man Would I Be (7")||A&M Records||none||Jamaica||Unknown|
|571 049-2||Mint Condition||What Kind Of Man Would I Be (CD, Single)||Wildcard, Perspective Records||571 049-2||UK||1996|