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Drag Rap (Triggerman) (Instrumental) - Various - Aquarius Disco Vol.3 (Vinyl, LP)

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  8. Another drag artist with a long career was Minette, who started performing professionally in drag at age 16, in Boston, and moved to New York City in the 50s. She was definitely of a different breed of artist, as she wrote her own material, unusual for this genre, and in the 70s was a member of Charles Ludlam's Ridiculous Theatre Company.

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