A Band Divided: How Exposé Almost Got To The "Point Of No Return"

Episode Summary

Producer/songwriter Lewis Martinee and vocalist Laurie Miller reveal the true story behind Exposé's classic Freestyle hit "Point Of No Return."

Episode Notes

Walk the warm streets of Miami Beach with Lewis Martinee and Laurie Miller, as they discuss the making and legacy of "Point Of No Return," originally released by Exposé as a 12" single in 1985, and rereleased for the pop audience two years later.

Though Martinee started work as a rock musician, his claim to fame was developing the Latin Freestyle sound that would dominate the mid-to-late 80s in various parts of the United States. Laurie Miller, Sandra "Sandee" Casañas, and Alejandra "Ale" Lorenzo brought his concept to life with flashy outfits, fierce choreo, and strong tracks like "Point Of No Return" that skyrocketed to the top of the Dance charts. But just as the group was on the cusp of superstardom, things came to a screeching halt for the first generation of Exposé.

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Show Tracklisting

Host and Producer: Diego Martinez

Executive Producer: NickFresh

Audio Engineer: Adam Fogel 

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