Back on track with his most infectuous album yet, 1997's People Like Us teams McCoy's earnest writing with the production values he deserves and wraps the event in a wall of sound that is nothing short of amazing. McCoy has grown as an artist who is establishing a track record as one of the most inventive, accessible, and just plain magnificent gay artists of our time. He's finding himself at the same time we're finding ourselves, and that creates a powerful connection. Perhaps that's why so many fans have been drawn to this '90s artist: he's all heart.
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