Supermodel Of The World (Cass, Album, Promo, C-6)
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TBLP 1058 A
Supermodel Of The World (LP, Album)
TBLP 1058 A
USA & Canada
Producer – Eric Kupper
Barcode: 0 77778 82931 7
Label Code: LC 3098
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tommy Boy Music, Inc.
Copyright (c) – Tommy Boy Music, Inc.
Supermodel of the World - RuPaul. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Supermodel of the World is the debut studio album by American drag queen RuPaul, released on June 8, 1993 by Tommy Boy Records. It is his second album overall, his first release being a soundtrack album. With the release of the Supermodel of the World album, RuPaul obtained higher celebrity status, notably due to the album's first single, Supermodel You Better Work. Before the release of this album, he had done some modeling work as a drag queen, hence the album title. Songs in album RuPaul - Supermodel Of The World 1993. RuPaul - Supermodel You Better Work. с Правообладателями просьба обращаться по e-mail:. The album peaked at 109 on the Billboard 200. Instant and unexpected popularity among all types of listeners triggered the ascent of RuPaul to celebrity status. Before the release of the album RuPaul was known primarily for being the only drag queen supermodel hence the album title. The album's first single, Supermodel You Better Work, was a huge club and dance hit that peaked at number 45 on the Billboard Hot 100 and achieved Gold s read more. Album 1993 12 Songs. Supermodel of the World. Pop 1993. Supermodel You Better Work. himself to be a sweaty, emotional belter who projects a lot more soul and honest emotion than most of the cookie-cutter artists dominating '90s urban-contemporary radio. Hopefully, those able to look past his wild image will come to realize how good a singer he is. Released June 8, 1993. Supermodel of the World Tracklist. Supermodel You Better Work Lyrics. About Supermodel of the World. This was the album that gained RuPaul mainstream success. Recorded at producer Eric Kuppers house in Manhattan, RuPaul had already been immersed in the club scene for over a decade. He had just won the title Queen of Manhattan. When dance music group Deee-Lite made it big, RuPaul knew he had to act fast. He made a demo, shopped it around and Tommy Boy Records promptly signed him. He told Idolator: At the time lived right by where the World Trade towers were. I was living in the East Village and they gave me money to produce the album and to live off. This was not an androgynous, sexually ambiguous artist like David Bowie, Boy George or Prince. Sixteen years before he shifted the culture with his reality-show competition RuPauls Drag Race, Ru was taking himself. Once upon a time, there was a little black girl In the brust of projects of Detroit, Mexico At fifteen, she was spotted by an Ebony Fashion Fair talent