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Eternal
Studio album by Eternal
Released United Kingdom 1999
Genre R&B Pop
Label EMI
Eternal chronology
"Greatest Hits" (1997) Eternal
(1999)

Eternal is the fourth and final studio album by the British pop group Eternal. Released in November 1999, The Album charted at #87 then fell to #98 before quickly falling out of the charts.

Following the acrimonious departure of singer Kelle Bryan in 1998, Eternal were now down to a duo act of sisters Easther and Vernie Bennett. Though the album yielded one Top 20 single (What'cha Gonna Do), the subsequent failure of the album ensured that Eternal were dropped by their record label, EMI, in 2000.

Track listing

  1. "What'cha Gonna Do" (Easther and Vernie Bennett,The Characters)
  2. "Treat Me Like A Lady" (Easther and Vernie Bennett,David Anthony)
  3. "Sunday Morning" (Easther and Vernie Bennett, Steven Jordan, Anthony Lowe, Kenny Greene, Tamara Powell, Trina Powell)
  4. "I Cry Real Tears" (R. Vertelney, L Thompson)
  5. "Pillow Talk" (Tim Kelley, Bob Robinson)
  6. "Missing You" (Easther and Vernie Bennett, J-Dubs)
  7. "Sensual Man" (Tracey Ackerman, Pam Sheyne, Jeff Preschetto)
  8. "Free To Live" (Easther and Vernie Bennett, John O'kane, Hawk Wolinsky)
  9. "Your Love Makes Me Weak" (Easther and Vernie Bennett, Andy Marvel)
  10. "If She Breaks Your Heart" (Eddie Martin)
  11. "Absent From You" (Easther and Vernie Bennett)
  12. "Melody" (Easther and Vernie Bennett, Gordon Chambers)
  13. "He Is" (Easther Bennett)
  14. "You're Keepin' Me Down" (hidden track)

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