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The Boys
Messages From The Boys
TMC 5530
MP3 archive size:
1641 mb
FLAC archive size:
1932 mb


1Just For The Fun Of It
Written-By – Jeff Carruthers, Vincent Brantley
2Let's Dance
Written-By – Captain Ed
Written-By – Bee Jay Watkins, Captain Ed, O.T. Cole
4Lucky Charm
Written-By – Darryl Simmons, Greg Scelsa, L.A. And Babyface
Written-By – Captain Ed
6Love Gram
Written-By – Captain Ed, O.T. Cole
7Dial My Heart
Written-By – Darryl Simmons, L.A. And Babyface
Written-By – Captain Ed, Hakeem
9Be My Girl
Written-By – Craig Cooper, Greg Scelsa, The Boys
10A Little Romance
Written-By – Bruce Robinson , Charles Muldrow, Jr., L.A. And Babyface, Sid Johnson


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MOT-6260The Boys Messages From The Boys ‎(LP, Album)MotownMOT-6260US1988
MOT-6260The Boys Messages From The Boys ‎(LP, Album)MotownMOT-6260US1988
140.8077The Boys Messages From The Boys ‎(LP, Album)Motown140.8077Brazil1989
MOT-6260, MLM-6260The Boys Messages From The Boys ‎(LP, Album, Club)Motown, MotownMOT-6260, MLM-6260US1988
MOTC-6260, MOTC 6260The Boys Messages From The Boys ‎(Cass, Album, Club, CR)Motown, MotownMOTC-6260, MOTC 6260US1988


  • Co-producerDarryl "De Rock" Simmons (tracks: A1), Jeff Carruthers (tracks: B1), Kayo (tracks: A1), Pebbles (tracks: A2, A3)
  • ProducerCaptain Ed (tracks: A4, A5, B2), Craig Cooper (tracks: B3), Greg Scelsa (tracks: B3), L.A. & Babyface (tracks: A1 to A3, B4, B5), Vincent Brantley (tracks: B1)
  • Producer [Assistant]B.J. Watkins (tracks: A4, A5, B2), The Boys (tracks: B3)


  • Barcode: 6001211209910


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Motown Record Company, L.P.
  • Licensed To – RPM Record Company (Pty) Ltd.
  • Distributed By – RPM Record Company (Pty) Ltd.



Messages from The Boys is the debut album by American R&B group The Boys. It was released in 1988. Dial My Heart Daryl Simmons, L. Reid, Babyface 4:25. Lucky Charm Simmons, Reid, Babyface, Greg Scelsa 4:00. A Little Romance Reid, Babyface, Sid Johnson, Bruce Robinson, Charles Muldrow Jr. Sunshine Eddie Watkins 3:00. Love Gram Watkins, Otha Cole 4:10. Just For the Fun of It Jeff Carruthers, Vincent Brantley 5:30. Personality Watkins, Hakeem Abdulsamad 4:42. Messages From The Boys, The Boys debut album, was released on October 29, 1988. The album spent 54 weeks on the charts and its position on the Top R&BHip-Hop albums chart peaked to 3 on February 18, 1989. The bubble-gum Pop themed album consisted of ten tracks three of which were singles. The singles Dial My Heart, A Little Romance, and Lucky Charm all charted. Dial My Heart peaked 1 on the R&B charts circa 1988 & 13 on the Hot 100Pop chart circa 1989 A Little Romance peaked 13 on the R&B charts and 29 on the Hot R&BHip-Hop chart circa 1989 Lucky Charm peake. Listen free to The Boys Messages from The Boys Dial My Heart, Lucky Charm and more. 10 tracks 46:07. Album 1988 10 Songs. More by The Boys. The Punk Rock Anthology. Follow You feat. Arons Skägg - Single. Punk Rock Rarities. Movin' On - EP. Green Gang feat. Joshdub & The Boys - Single. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. The Boys. Messages From the Boys, 1988. Dial My Heart, 04:24. A Little Romance, 04:04. Sunshine, 03:02. Just For the Fun of It, 05:30. Personality, 04:45. Be My Girl, 04:32. Album: Messages From The Boys. Have This Want This. Album Info This Release. Visitor rating. Release date label labelcode medium genre submit corrections. 1988 motown MOT-6260 lp vinyl. Change Version Add Version. Total Visits This Week. Album by The Boys. Dial My Heart. Lucky Charm. A Little Romance. Love Gram. Just For The Fun Of It. Be My Girl. Let's Dance. search forAlbum by The Boys. search for The Boys , Messages from the Boys. Features Song Lyrics for The Boys's Messages from the Boys album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User B. Watkins tracks: A4, A5, B2, The Boys tracks: B3. Produced for La'Face, Inc. A1 to A3, B4, B5. I still remember the Boys' first album. They were a very young group with the members being 11, 12 or so, but they had a dynamite album in 1988. Strong numbers such as the ultra funky Dial My Heart dominate this album. For LA and Babyface to produce a fun, melodic first effort for the Boys is an understatement, and it is still one of their best hit records. The rest of the album follows the similar boy meets girl themes and young love, yet the group delivers on every song. I still love Sunshine