Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get is the debut studio album by American R&B group The Dramatics, released in 1971 via Volt Records and Stax Records. It peaked at on the Billboard 200 and on the Billboard R&B chart. Three singles were released from the album: "Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get", "Get Up and Get Down" and "In the Rain". Thankful for Your Love" (originally appearing on the album as "Thank You for Your Love") was also issued as a promotional single.
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Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get is a 1971 single by The Dramatics.
It was the third hit off of the album, "In the Rain," a delicate ballad that was issued separately as a single in early 1972, topping the R&B charts and reaching number five on the pop charts, that solidified the group's reputation and elevated them to the front rank of '70s soul acts
THE DRAMATICS - What You See Is What You Get (Remix) (Victor Rosado Mix) (1972). william de vaughn- be thankful for what you got (original).
What you see is what you get" was a popular catchphrase at the time thanks to comedian Flip Wilson, whose outspoken character Geraldine Jones often said it on The Flip Wilson Show. This was the group's first single through the Stax Records imprint Volt. The Dramatics' version was used in the 1975 action comedy Darktown Strutters, starring Trina Parks and Otis Day. It was also featured on Season 2 of Fargo in the episode "The Gift of the Magi. Public Enemy sampled the "chuck chuck" exclamation in their 1989 hit "Fight The Power" to reference the rap group's Chuck D. More songs from The Dramatics. More songs about liars or people who are fake. More songs used in TV shows.