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"definitely COOL music; I feel like my attitude changes"

"I would have to definitely say that their music is definitely COOL music. When I listen to it, I feel like my attitude changes; like I can pick up on any girl in the world and actually succeed with the pick up, wouldn't you agree? " -

"wild exotic sound"

Exotic sounds match exotic lyrics. Very addictive rhythms make you want more than just the few short songs on the CD. It's a lot of sound from just two people. Say Player is the hit from the CD. No sound or band to really compare it to. I recommend it for anyone looking for a new alternative. With its powerful lyrics I wouldn't look for it on the radio any day soon. - Sean Carew

"Funky. Soulful. Original!"

This album is definitely worth the price. All of the songs are good. Good beats, good lyrics, good vocals, good music! It's nice to hear original songs from truly talented people. -


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australian feral gypsy.
north philly native.

TOO PRETTY FOR PORN is the aural lovechild of Australian guitarist, Sean Young and the enigmatic Philly-born singer/bassist known simply as deLUXE.

After conspiring in a top-secret basement laboratory under the sea, the duo have emerged with their self-produced debut ‘essesin’, “a startlingly original musical thought” that they refer to as neofunk or afro-gothic r&b.

Whether singing about revolutionary psycho-sexual feminist politics on songs such as “deviate” & “and you don’t stop", or having the ironic final word on the banality of 21st century mainstream hip hop with their first single “say player”, 2P4P's lyrical content is every bit as original and powerful as the music behind it.

Too Pretty For Porn is a live act to be reckoned with:
Blending elements of rock, r&b, funk and jazz, TOO PRETTY FOR PORN is a stripped down, soul injected, irreverent, trio, who will leave you gasping for more. really. it's all true.

one fan described them like this: Imagine that Chaka Khan or Nina Simone fronted Queen.