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Introspection Late Night Partying. The title track became a 1 dance hit in the US. It was later revealed that the duo had hired singers to perform as them.
The band faded from popularity in the s, and Denis LePage signed over rights to classic Lime royalties  before releasing a new album, Love Furyin InDenis and Denyse LePage were divorced. Later, Rob Hubertz would replace Chris Marsh.
Joy Dorris and Rob Hubertz continue to perform today. Denis LePage from the original Lime has come out as transgender.
She now releases records as Nini No Bless. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
This gossip still persists to this day, and is even held by many who write about the band—including this author. Bytheir Take the Love LP only gave D and D their least-known club staple, "Gold Digger," as folks grew tired of the repetitious synths and shrill strains of Denyse's verses. The next few Lime records didn't score well with club-goers, as freestyle began to dominate, and placed the band's continuing jaunts into the hi-NRG sound onto the disco backburner.
Finally, featuring a slew of different female vocalists, 's Love Fury album spelled the end for Lime, but not for Denis LePage. He has since come out as transgender, and has begun to release music under the name Nini No Bless also Nini Nobless.
Here's to hoping she puts out something to rival the pleasure Lime gave me as a young dude on the dancefloor, before I began to mosh. Nate Zoeller Interviews Goretex, a.
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