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Expertly tuned into gay fascinations and foibles, R&P nail the issues in love and politics right on the head. More classics include: "What Kind of Self-Respecting Faggot Am I?," "Wimp," "Homophobia," "Must've Been Drunk," "The Answering Machine Song," and "Don't Use Your Penis for a Brain." This "sounds" like a hit album should sound, and is probably their best-known work. With Trouble in Paradise, they grew leaps and bounds above their auspicious debut, and became international gay pop stars.


Género: Cantautores

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s

Romanovsky & Phillips (R&P) are easily the most popular out-of-the-closet singing duo in history. Having toured extensively in the U.S., Canada, and Australia, R&P have earned the title of Ambassadors of Homosexuality. Prolific and long-standing members of the gay music community, R&P have a hysterically comic bent on contemporary gay life. Each of their albums is also peppered with beautifully romantic ballads and sensitive and politically impassioned numbers that give their releases...
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