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Of all the disco groups that exploded onto the pop culture radar in the late s, there was none more fun and more recognizable than the Village People. Only truly popular for less than two years, the Village People made their time at the top count, churning out a string of catchy, witty, danceable hits, imploring the world to enlist "In the Navy," be a "Macho Man," and stay at the "Y. Beyond their hooky songs, the Village People came with an irresistible hook — its members were known by their personalities and backgrounds as expressed through their clothes, many of which were archetypes of American manliness. Among its ranks were a cowboy, a construction worker, a leather-clad biker, a Native American warrior, a police officer, and a soldier. The Village People made some of the happiest music on record. But out of the costumes, and off the stage, the members of the iconic disco vocal group suffered greatly.
Victoria Opitz. Age: 28. I am a true connoisseur and love the beautiful and sensual moments of life. With me you can perform as witty gentleman both stimulating conversations as well spend exciting hours ...
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Yet recollections of a more raucous performance career seldom stray far from his mind. An expression of wide-eyed amazement still illuminates his face as he remembers a night 25 years ago in Peru. The pin spot hit me, and a sound went up from the crowd that was almost scary. It was loud and frightening, but exciting at the same time. It was like something from the movies. It was one of the true highlights of my life.
Sandra Brand. Age: 25. I am very pleased that you have found the way to me and you take your precious time for the next few minutes, to you, maybe here with your dreams and you like later on.
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In an interview in with SirusXM Radio, Victor Willis lead singer and lyricist for Village People recalled that while in the studio, producer and fellow group member Jacques Morali asked Willis what the organisation was. The music video for the track was filmed in New York City in July It features Village People dancing all over the city as well as the camera zooming in on the Empire State Building.
The Village People's "Y. The song itself is one of the most bizarre cultural phenomena of all time. What began as a gay anthem performed by the Village People has been cleansed of its camp and brought into the mainstream as an upbeat song about how great it is to work out at the Y.