George Michael - Listen Without Prejudice: Vol 1 - Review
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critics' view

Faith's modish, urban-pop soundscape—with polite downtempo intermissions—was exchanged for an awe-inducing amalgam of funk, folk, jazz and reggae on Listen Without Prejudice, produced and written by Michael. Focusing on the album's lyrical content— which touched on life, love and Michael's sexual orientation—the songs here remain as genuinely arresting and exploratory now as they were in 1990. Out of the five studio albums recorded in his lifetime, Listen Without Prejudice, Vol. 1 has held onto its solemnity and musical might, elements continuing to resonate with audiences, even today.

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