The lead single off of their follow up to Funky Divas, En Vogue's "Runaway Love" was an irresistible groove. Sometimes while listening to this song it's hard to believe it was released in 1993. And although it isn't all that quiet, it certainly does bounce in all the right ways. The vocals are lush in a way that only four-voice harmony can be, and the group is pretty much at their sexiest here. It's arguable, sure. But the breeziness of the way with which they sing of something as intense as a love that's "like a train on broken tracks" is hard to accomplish. Yet they make it sound so simple and inviting. It does feel good. Without a doubt.