Seduction was a female dance-pop, urban contemporary, house, and freestyle trio from New York assembled and produced by Robert Clivillés and David Cole (later of C+C Music Factory), consisting of members April Harris (born March 25, 1967), Michelle Visage (September 20, 1968), and Idalis DeLeon (born June 15, 1966).
Originally intended as a studio project, and prior to any assemblage of the aforementioned trio, the first track produced, “Seduction” (later renamed “Seduction’s Theme”), featured vocals by Carol Cooper, and was released to dance clubs. Against its producers’ expectations, it ended up becoming a hit. Envisioning a potential hit phenomenon, Cole and Clivillés set to the task of assembling a group of girls who displayed talent, sex appeal, and multiformat potential. Visage, DeLeon and Harris were chosen and assembled for the recording of the album Nothing Matters Without Love and subsequent singles. Their biggest hit came in early 1990 with “Two to Make It Right”, a No. 2 pop hit.
“Two to Make It Right” contains a sample of the song “Kiss” as performed by The Art of Noise featuring Tom Jones.It also contains a sample of “It Takes Two” by Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock, which happens to contain a sample of Lyn Collins’s “Think (About It)”. That song is known for the section with James Brown’s famous and often sampled “Yeah! Woo!” drum break.
Two To Make It Right (Cole / Clivilles Club Mix) 6:20
Two To Make It Right (Cole / Clivilles Dub Mix) 5:02
Two To Make It Right (7″ Remix) 4:11
Two To Make It Right (Hip House Vocal Mix) 6:18
Two To Make It Right (Cole / Clivilles House Dub) 5:12