Album of the Day
A true pop prodigy, Debbie Gibson was still in her teens when she cut her second hit album for Atlantic Records. For ELECTRIC YOUTH, Debbie split production chores with Fred Zarr, and penned all 11 songs herself, including “No More Rhyme,” “We Could Be Together” and “Lost in Your Eyes,” which became Gibson's second No.1 single this week in 1989. The collection as a whole topped the chart as well, racking up double-platinum sales to become the singer's most successful album. Debbie's pure voice and thoughtful lyrics on love and teen life make this bubbly dance-pop mighty irresistible - ELECTRIC YOUTH is as buoyant and energetic as its title suggests.