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"Carasmatic" is Irene Cara's third album released in 1987. It was her only album Elektra Records. The album was mostly produced by George Duke. Many popular musicians also contributed to this album such as Luther Vandross, James Ingram, Kenny Loggins, Patrice Rushen, Bonnie Raitt, Carole King and Michael Bolton.
The lead single "Girlfriends" failed to generate enough sales or airplay to crack the Hot 100. The second single "Secret Lovers", peeked #34 chart on the Hot 100, a duet with Kenny Loggins, is a R&B song written by Atlantic Starr members David and Wayne Lewis.
- "Get a Grip" (Debbie Johnson, George Johnson, Irene Cara)
- "Give Me Love" (Michael Bolton, Patrick Henderson)
- "We're Gonna Get Up" (Danny Sembello, David Batteau)
- "Now That It's Over" (Doug James, Michael Bolton)
- "Secret Lovers" Duet with Kenny Loggins (David Lewis, Wayne Lewis)
- "Say Goodbye Irene" (Irene Cara, John Farrar)
- "Don't Wanna Let Go" (Doug James, Michael Bolton)
- "Girlfriends" (Gordon Grody, Irene Cara)
- "Be Your Number One" (Gerald Tilman, Harolds S. Allen Jr., Yolanda "Yo-Yo" Smith)
- "Falling in Love" (William Seidman)