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That’s What Love Can Do Boy Krazy (PolyGram, 1993)

First released in 1991, That’s What Love Can Do was American female pop group Boy Krazy’s debut single. The song was written and produced by British hitmakers Stock Aitken and Waterman. The group’s self-titled debut album was released in 1991 in the UK. That’s What Love Can Do peaked at a dismal #86.

At the end of 1992, That’s What Love Can Do began spinning regularly in nightclubs, made the jump to radio and was awarded a 1993 re-release. This time the world was ready and became Boy Krazy’s claim to fame. That’s What Love Can Do peaked at #18 on the Hot 100 Billboard singles chart. The Brits gave it a second chance, but it only went to #80. Its best charting position was #1 on Billboard’s Radio & Records Pop Airplay chart. The country that loved it the most was Canada where it hit #6 on their single chart (RPM Top 100).

After the album’s re-release, main lead singer Johnna Lee Cummings left Boy Krazy and the group fell apart.