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Foxy Lady
Foxy Lady
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
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All Artists: Rupaul
Title: Foxy Lady
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Rhino / Wea
Release Date: 10/29/1996
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Styles: House, Dance Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 081227225629, 081227225643

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More than just a supermodel
A. Bennett | New Hampsha | 10/24/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"When the you think RuPaul what do you think? Well think again. RuPaul's second album will blow the roof off your house if you are not careful. The tracks on FOXY LADY show a fierce and frisky approach to dance music. The tracks showcase Ru's great ability to write fierce dance hooks and red hot meloodies. " A littel bit of love" is an amazingly well produced and well written track that is Rupaul's best effort to date. "Snapshot" is another simple pop/dance song that burns your mouth. The song "Dolores" is latin flavored track that is smeared with red hot dancablity. No song on the album sounds odd or misplaced. Due to RuPaul job profession the album didn't recieve must attention; however, fear not because it was a club sensation- and rightly so. An amazing effort and a dance album that ranks up there with Cher's "Believe" and Madonna's "Madonna"."
Rupaul is more a "treat" for the eyes than the ears
Reginald D. Garrard | Camilla, GA USA | 12/03/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)

"There are certain celebrities/"entertainers" that defy description: Slim Whitman, Kevin Federline, Mr. T., Flava Flav, and Paris Hilton. They are media "creations" that rely totally on gimmicks than genuine talent. I hate to do this but to that list, I must add RuPaul.

Standing at well over 6'7" in heels, the statuesque performer is an average looking guy but when dolled up to the max, he makes a stunning "woman" that appeals to both genders. Unfortunately, while the "look" may work on stage and on any visual medium, it's what is heard that makes it on a recording.

And on that "note," RuPaul doesn't quite cut it. He is an average singer, saddled on "Foxy Lady" with interchangeable songs that may be perfect for the dance floor or gym yet don't do much when played in the confines of one's home.

The album even lacks the tongue-in-cheek humor of the earlier "Supermodel of the World"; thus, "Foxy Lady" can't garner any more than a CURVED (and, SYMPATHETIC) three stars, in my opinion.

Now, if paired with the right producer that knows the singer's limits, Ru may just come up with a release worthy of his camp/novelty factor.

And, with that, he may emerge as more than just a gimmick."