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About Detroit Grand Pubahs

Comprised of Paris The Black Fu and Andy Toth, this Detroit pair have hit it big in the U.K. because of the novelty song "Sandwiches." The boys' sound is rooted in pure Detroit Techno, with pumping, pure Electro beats steeped in funkiness and Paris' humorous vocals run through a vocoder, giving them a sped-up, cartoonish sound. Essentially, the song is incredibly simple and straightforward about its overriding theme: sex (hence, a big reason for its popularity). While the song isn't necessarily groundbreaking, and while they've yet to produce anything other than this single, ''Sandwiches'' is one of those songs that will stay in your head long after you've grown tired of it.

Listen toDetroit Grand Pubahson Rhapsody

Comprised of Paris The Black Fu and Andy Toth, this Detroit pair have hit it big in the U.K. because of the novelty song "Sandwiches." The boys' sound is rooted in pure Detroit Techno, with pumping, pure Electro beats steeped in funkiness and Paris' humorous vocals run through a vocoder, giving them a sped-up, cartoonish sound. Essentially, the song is incredibly simple and straightforward about its overriding theme: sex (hence, a big reason for its popularity). While the song isn't necessarily groundbreaking, and while they've yet to produce anything other than this single, ''Sandwiches'' is one of those songs that will stay in your head long after you've grown tired of it.

About Detroit Grand Pubahs

Comprised of Paris The Black Fu and Andy Toth, this Detroit pair have hit it big in the U.K. because of the novelty song "Sandwiches." The boys' sound is rooted in pure Detroit Techno, with pumping, pure Electro beats steeped in funkiness and Paris' humorous vocals run through a vocoder, giving them a sped-up, cartoonish sound. Essentially, the song is incredibly simple and straightforward about its overriding theme: sex (hence, a big reason for its popularity). While the song isn't necessarily groundbreaking, and while they've yet to produce anything other than this single, ''Sandwiches'' is one of those songs that will stay in your head long after you've grown tired of it.

About Detroit Grand Pubahs

Comprised of Paris The Black Fu and Andy Toth, this Detroit pair have hit it big in the U.K. because of the novelty song "Sandwiches." The boys' sound is rooted in pure Detroit Techno, with pumping, pure Electro beats steeped in funkiness and Paris' humorous vocals run through a vocoder, giving them a sped-up, cartoonish sound. Essentially, the song is incredibly simple and straightforward about its overriding theme: sex (hence, a big reason for its popularity). While the song isn't necessarily groundbreaking, and while they've yet to produce anything other than this single, ''Sandwiches'' is one of those songs that will stay in your head long after you've grown tired of it.