By Johnny Huston
Updated January 28, 1994 at 05:00 AM EST

This dance diva’s sophomore effort searches in vain for a personality; six different producers fail to deliver a song with the sassy finesse of her 1991 hit, ”Finally.” The album’s low points occur on its ballads, when Peniston serves up lyrical corn and vocal ham. Her LaBelle-influenced stylings are more appealing when they soar over the percolating dancehall of ”Through Those Doors.”

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