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Pat Benatar - Rated X (1979)

Benatar became interested in theater and began voice lessons, singing her first solo at the age of eight, at Daniel Street Elementary School, a song called "It Must Be Spring". Benatar trained as a coloratura with plans to attend the Juilliard School , but decided instead to pursue health education at Stony Brook University. At 19, after one year at Stony Brook, she dropped out to marry her first husband, high school sweetheart Dennis Benatar, a U. Pat Benatar worked as a bank teller near Richmond, Virginia. In , Benatar quit her job to pursue a singing career after being inspired by a Liza Minnelli concert she saw in Richmond. She got a job as a singing waitress at a nightclub named The Roaring Twenties and got a spot singing in the lounge band Coxon's Army, a regular at Sam Miller's basement club. The period also yielded Benatar's first and only single until her eventual single taken from the album In the Heat of the Night on Chrysalis Records : "Day Gig" , Trace Records, written and produced by Coxon's Army band leader Phil Coxon and locally released in Richmond.

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Forgot your password? It was the annual Toga Party at my frat, Omega Chi, the sexiest party of the year. I belonged to the hottest frat on campus, the one that all the top jocks belonged to. And the Toga Party was the most sought after invite of the year for anyone who was anyone. It was tradition for everyone to wear nothing under their toga. This near nudity, combined with alcohol and young libidos generated an atmosphere of super charged, horny college boy's and girls. Some people even fucked right out in the open, only their togas hiding their naughty bits.

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