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If you've never heard anything by Right Said Fred apart from their worldwide mega-hit "I'm Too Sexy," then you are missing out on one of the best dance-pop bands of this generation. To base your opinion of the band on that one song is like judging the Beatles' entire catalog by repeated listenings to a song like "Yellow Submarine." Sure, it's fun and catchy, but there is so much more to the band than that one piece of pop fluff. Up, RSF's full-length debut, features a handful of European hits, including the aforementioned "I'm Too Sexy," their humorous yet misunderstood swipe at self-centered male bodybuilders and models. Thankfully, there is absolutely nothing else on Up that sounds remotely like "I'm Too Sexy." Instead, RSF bring some delightful bits of dancefloor-filling pop songs that are heavy on memorable hooks and gorgeous melodies. Vocalist Richard Fairbrass, guitarist Fred Fairbrass, and multi-instrumentalist Rob Manzoli offer slices of pop filled with bits of disco, glam, rock, country, and other unexpected influences. "Do Ya Feel" is a heavy glam stomper that could fill a dancefloor in seconds flat, while their U.K. number one hit, "Deeply Dippy," leans heavily on acoustic guitar and a swinging brass section. "Don't Talk Just Kiss," another hit single for the trio, is a delectable slice of '90s disco featuring guest vocals from Jocelyn Brown. Even better, "Swan" and "Love for All Seasons" take the disco formula straight to the pop charts, infectious as a cold and harder to shake. "Upon My Heart" and "Those Simple Things" are love-smitten pop songs of the first form. The only slight misstep is "Is It True," which doesn't seem to go anywhere once it starts. All in all, a fantastic debut that was ignored because of one huge hit. This also remains the Freds' only U.S. release. ~ Steve "Spaz" Schnee, Rovi

Biografie

Formato(a): 1991

Genere: Pop

Anni di attività: '90s, '00s, '10s

The British dance-pop trio Right Said Fred scored a U.S. number one single in early 1992 with "I'm Too Sexy," perhaps the most ubiquitous novelty song of the '90s. The group was formed by brothers and Sussex natives Richard and Fred Fairbrass (the latter of whom handled lead vocals); guitarist Rob Manzoli was later added to flesh out the sound, and the trio's name was actually the title of a 1962 U.K. Top Ten single by Bernard Cribbins. Inspired by the male models who frequented the gym where the...
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