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The Dynamic Superiors


This Washington, D.C., quintet authorized with Motown in the first ’70s and discovered limited success around the spirit charts. Though much less vocally dynamic because the Temptations or the Four Tops, these were superb showmen with dynamic and inventive choreography. These were also exclusive for the reason that they sported a homosexual lead vocalist who often do his displays in drag.

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Full Name The Dynamic Superiors
Music Songs Shoe Shoe Shine, Leave It Alone, Cry When You Want To, Hit and Run Lovers, Don't Send Nobody Else, Nobody's Gonna Change Me, Star of My Life, All in Love Is Fair, Nowhere to Run, Release Me, Happy Song, One Nighter, I Got Away, Don't Give Up on Me Baby, You're What I Need, Face the Music, Feeling Mellow, Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing, Here Comes That Feeling Again, Bad Attitude, All You Can Do With Love, Once Is Just Not Enough, Give It All Up, Pleasure, Deception, Soon, A Better Way, Romeo
Albums You Name It, Pure Pleasure, Give and Take, The Dynamic Superiors, The Sky's the Limit

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