Groove Theory (album)

Groove Theory (Album)

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Groove Theory (album)

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Groove Theory is the self-titled debut studio album from American R&B group Groove Theory, released October 24, 1995 on Epic Records.

The album peaked at number sixty-nine on the Billboard 200 chart. By October 1996, it was certified gold in sales by the RIAA, after sales exceeding 500,000 copies in the United States.


Release and reception

Stanton Swihart of Allmusic considered the effort "an exquisite, even innovative album. Not only did it (in retrospect) help to herald the progressive neo-soul movement, but its melding of decidedly hip-hop production techniques... with the emotional impulses and themes of soul was still a novel approach to making R&B at the time."

The album was certified gold by October 1996.

Track listing

All music by B. Wilson, A. Larrieux, and D. Brown except where noted.

Chart history



"—" denotes releases that did not chart.


Information taken from Allmusic.
  • a&r – Paris Davis
  • art direction – Carol Chen
  • bass – Darryl Brown, Eric "Ebo" Butler, Kirk Lyons
  • design – Sean Evans
  • drums – Ralph Rolle
  • engineering – Danny Bernini, Eric "Ebo" Butler, Russell Elevado, Troy Hightower, Joe Hornof
  • executive production – Jimmy Henchmen, Amel Larrieux
  • guitar – Darryl Brown, Mike "Dino" Campbell
  • keyboard arrangements......
  • ...

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