Critical Situation (also known as Situation Critical in the UK) was an American documentary television series. Produced in conjunction with the National Geographic Channel, the series examined various disasters or violent incidents. It replaced Seconds From Disaster, a similar program with a more forensic approach. The main tagline of the show reads, "This is Situation Critical," or some variation thereof. As of November 2007, 13 episodes have been aired. Blueprint for Disaster. Seconds From Disaster.
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Ultra Naté (born November 2, 1968 in Havre de Grace, MD as Ultra Naté Wyche) is a popular American musician who has achieved a respectable amount of success on the dance charts with singles such as Is It Love?, Scandal, How Long and many more. She is best known in her home country for her classic 1990s dance crossover smash, Free. Though she has had club success in America, she has found the majority of her singles and, especially, album sales success in Europe. August 19, 2008 sees the release Alchemy: . Reloaded double-CD/download.
Virtually all of her singles have reached the Top 10 of the US Hot Dance Club Play chart.
Album · 1998 · 11 Songs. Situation:Critical Ultra Naté. Listen on Apple Music.
1. Situation:Critical. 2. New Kind Of Medicine. Situation:Critical (CD, Album). Situation:Critical (2xLP).
New Kind Of Medicine. Release The Pressure. Divine Love (I Hear the Voices). Found A Cure (Full Intention Mix).
After her 1997 platinum single "Free," Strictly Rhythm recruited a host of producers (Masters at Work, Mood II Swing, D-Influence) to try and break Ultra Naté as an album artist, not just a club-track songstress. For the most part it fails to work, as tracks like "Release the Pressure," "Divine Love" and the clichéd ballad "It's Crying Time" doing little to support Naté's admittedly strong voice.