|1||So Glad You Said the Words|
|2||This Is How We Roll|
|3||Sukiyaki (Lovers Groove radio mix)|
|4||Sukiyaki (Flowin' at Cha Drum mix)|
|5||For What More (radio mix)|
|6||For What More (original version)|
|7||Forever in My Heart|
|8||Love Me for a Reason|
|12||In This Life|
|13||Lay Down Your Love|
|15||Glad You Said the Words|
|16||For What More|
|17||Lay Down Your Love (4 A.M. Lover's Groove)|
|18||Father and Child|
|19||Lay Down Your Love (radio edit)|
|20||Time (Clock of the Heart)|
|21||Then Came You|
|22||Years from Here|
|23||Gift of Perfect Love|
4 P.M. (For Positive Music), is an American male R&B group best known for their cover version of "Sukiyaki", which peaked at number 8 on the US Billboard Hot 100 in February 1995.
4 P.M. is an acronym meaning 'For Positive Music' meaning the band's music would not contain explicit lyrics, does not promote violence, and does not degrade women. The band has toured worldwide and remains popular, most notably in Japan. The group was started in 1991 in the suburbs of Baltimore, Maryland by brothers Roberto Pena, Jr. and Reney (Ray) Pena with Larry McFarland and Martiz Ware. They were originally known as IV Real,and played local talent shows.
After a 1994 performance at a record release party, they were signed by Next Plateau Records and moved to New York City. Their debut album, Now's the Time, which peaked at #96 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, included a cover version of Kyu Sakamoto's 1960s hit "Sukiyaki". The group's version of "Sukiyaki" peaked at #8 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart and was certified gold in 1995. It also reached the top 5 in Australia and New Zealand.