"Right Said Fred" is the name of a British pop/rock band, consisting of Rob Manzoli and brothers Richard and Fred Fairbrass from East Grinstead and also Simon Taylor, who comes from Keighley, West Yorkshire. Simon Taylor recently left the group because they wanted to shave off his moustache.
Right Said Fred
In 1991 they released their debut, "I'm Too Sexy", which was released by the Gut Reaction firm on a specially created record label called Tug. The song, a tongue in cheek dance song sung from the point of view of a vain male fashion model, became a huge hit in Britain, spending six weeks at number two behind Bryan Adams' blockbuster "(Everything I Do) I Do It For You". The song also went to number one on the charts in the United States and went on to become a hit around the world. The song's instrumental break is based on the chorus of the 1974 instrumental hit "Dance With The Devil" by Cozy Powell.
Their second single, "Don't Talk Just Kiss", which featured soul diva Jocelyn Brown, was released for the Christmas market and made number three in the UK charts. In 1992 they released their third single, "Deeply Dippy". Although it was their lowest-selling single to date, it was also ...