As they are becomes as they were. That is the only thing to change about this intriguing work of tender charm. "The perfection of innocence - Tee and Cara were a boy/girl duo whose light flickered brilliantly for this album before fading altogether. They were innocent of the workings of the music industry and, apparently, greatly disliked the instrumentation that was added to this album without their involvement
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As They Are is a rare easy listening romantic pop LP by the male/female duo of Tee & Cara, with traces, but no more, of rock and folk influences. The voices and melodies on these subdued, lightly orchestrated songs are pleasant but anodyne. It seems possible from the tone of the harmonies that the pair might have played folk music at one point, though that's not certain. It's music for watching the sunsets on your hotel patio, though hardly in the top notch of that category, sometimes with a slight bittersweet bossa nova feel.
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As Nasty As They Wanna Be is the third album by Miami bass group 2 Live Crew. It was released on February 7, 1989 and became the group's largest seller, being certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. In 1990, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida ruled that the album was legally obscene; this ruling was later overturned by the Eleventh Circuit. It is the first album in history to be deemed legally obscene.