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Silk

About Silk

If everybody's doing it, sooner or later someone had to start singing about it. Silk started as romantic crooners who used four-part harmonies to express longing and love. Eventually they became silky-voiced rhapsodists whose lyrics could make Marvin Gaye blush. There's no denying their vocal abilities are above par, and with music that oozes brazen sexuality, they come off like a team of scientists testing the power of aural Spanish fly. Lovers around the world now have room for something other than oysters in their refrigerators.

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Silk

If everybody's doing it, sooner or later someone had to start singing about it. Silk started as romantic crooners who used four-part harmonies to express longing and love. Eventually they became silky-voiced rhapsodists whose lyrics could make Marvin Gaye blush. There's no denying their vocal abilities are above par, and with music that oozes brazen sexuality, they come off like a team of scientists testing the power of aural Spanish fly. Lovers around the world now have room for something other than oysters in their refrigerators.

About Silk

If everybody's doing it, sooner or later someone had to start singing about it. Silk started as romantic crooners who used four-part harmonies to express longing and love. Eventually they became silky-voiced rhapsodists whose lyrics could make Marvin Gaye blush. There's no denying their vocal abilities are above par, and with music that oozes brazen sexuality, they come off like a team of scientists testing the power of aural Spanish fly. Lovers around the world now have room for something other than oysters in their refrigerators.

About Silk

If everybody's doing it, sooner or later someone had to start singing about it. Silk started as romantic crooners who used four-part harmonies to express longing and love. Eventually they became silky-voiced rhapsodists whose lyrics could make Marvin Gaye blush. There's no denying their vocal abilities are above par, and with music that oozes brazen sexuality, they come off like a team of scientists testing the power of aural Spanish fly. Lovers around the world now have room for something other than oysters in their refrigerators.