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📅 ReleasedMarch 1982 (1982-03)
🎙️ RecordedAugust 1981 - February 1982
StudioMom & Pop's Company Store
⏳ Length40:27
🏷️ LabelWarner Bros.
🤑 ProducerFreddie Perren
Ric Wyatt, Jr. ("We Gon' Make You Feel Good")[1]

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Atkins is a 1982 album by the American Los Angeles-based R&B family vocal group Atkins, released on Warner Bros. Records. The album was produced by Freddie Perren, but production of "We Gon' Make You Feel Good" was also handled by Ric Wyatt Jr. This was Perren's first production to be released through a record label owned by a major film studio (aside from Perren having some success with the soundtrack for the 1977 Paramount film Saturday Night Fever). Although it failed to chart in the United States, it had one hit single: "Feel It, Don't Fight It".[2] The album is currently in public domain, and it is unknown whether it will be reissued.


The album was dedicated to Priscilla Atkins, their mother, "for her love, confidence and guidance from the beginning."

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Keni St. Lewis and Freddie Perren, except where noted.

Side one[edit]

  1. "Feel It, Don't Fight It"
  2. "Super Kisses"
  3. "Keep Trying"
  4. "Do You Have a Friend?"
  5. "Nobody's Waiting"

Side two[edit]

  1. "Power of the Boogie" (Keni St. Lewis, Freddie Perren)
  2. "We Gon' Make You Feel Good" (Ric Wyatt, Jr., Larry McIntosh)
  3. "Easy Street" (Keni St. Lewis)
  4. "Baby, You're the One" (Keni St. Lewis, Freddie Perren)
  5. "Love is Growing Stronger" (Reliant Atkins)


All credits sourced from the album's liner notes.[1]

  • Vocals: Atkins (Ronald Atkins, Reliant Atkins, Shirley Atkins, Rancella Atkins, Stinal Atkins)
  • Keyboards: Ernest Straughter, Freddie Perren, Reliant Atkins, Sonny Burke, Stinal Atkins
  • Bass: Cornelius Mims, Robert Russell


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Atkins – Atkins (1982, Vinyl) at Discogs". Discogs. Zink Media. Retrieved April 15, 2020.
  2. https://www.billboard.com/music/atkins/chart-history/BSI/song/353763

External links[edit]

Category:1982 albums

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