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Villiage People Special Album Coaster Collector Set
Villiage People Special Album Coaster Collector Set
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This Special 4 Coaster Collector Set is made from authentic 33LP record albums. They make a great gift or a collectable for any music lover. The coasters have been waterproofed and a CORK BACKING back has been applied.
   Item No. : CS124
    Desc : Villiage People Special Album Coaster Collector Set
   Price : $39.95   
Note: We will attempt to duplicate the exact set shown. If every release shown in the set is not available at the time of shipping your order � a different release from the band/artist may be sent. It will be the same band and label.

Biography: Villiage People Special Album Coaster Collector Set
Part clever concept, part exaggerated camp act, the Village People were worldwide sensations during disco's heyday and keep reviving like the phoenix. Producer Jacques Morali in 1977 assembled a group designed to attract gay audiences while parodying (some claimed exploiting) that same constituency's stereotypes. Songwriters Phil Hurtt and Peter Whitehead were tabbed to compose songs with gay underpinnings, and roles and costumes were carefully selected; among them were a cowboy, biker, soldier, policeman, and construction worker complete with hard hat. The group clicked first in England with the single ""San Francisco (You Got Me)"" in 1977, then reaped stateside honors with ""Macho Man"" in 1978. ""Y.M.C.A."" and ""In the Navy"" were worldwide smashes, both peaking at number two on the pop charts. After two more successful singles, ""Go West"" and ""Can't Stop the Music,"" the group's fortunes plummeted, in large part due to their participation in the ill-fated film also titled Can't Stop the Music. ~ Ron Wynn, All Music Guide.
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