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But there was a slew of lesser titles as well; while Isaacs seemed able to always hit the mark with singles, albums required more effort than he was often willing, or able, to give. No Intention and Boom Shot , both from 1991, are workaday records, with the singer on autopilot. Past & Future sounds promising and features such illustrious guests as Sly & Robbie , . Lodge , Winston Riley , and Boris Gardiner on material both new and old, but it's obvious that no one's heart is really in it, Isaacs ' least of all. The patchy Rudie Boo (released by Heartbeat in the . as My Poor Heart ) suffers from a similar lack of interest on the singer's part. At least 1993's Unlocked featured a stronger set of songs, but much of Isaacs ' releases throughout the '90s were hit-and-miss affairs. Midnight Confidential , for example, is totally disposable, except for the magnificent "Not Because I Smile." Most of the albums frequently revisit older hits, which even at their worst tend to stand out from the newer fare.
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