The Milli Vanilli version of \"Girl You Know It's True\", recorded at Frank Farian's FAR studios in Rosbach, Germany in the spring of 1988, started with only a drum track and two female vocalists, Linda Rocco and Jodie Rocco, American twin sisters living in Germany and successful in the music industry. Farian asked the girls to listen to the Numarx version so they would know what to sing. The record was on a turntable in the studio and Farian played the vocal parts for the girls. There was only the drum track to follow, making the Rocco twins the first vocals on the track.[clarification needed]
Later that year, at a concert in Connecticut, the public got its first proof of lip-syncing. During a performance for MTV, the tape repeated \"Girl you know it's\" over and over again. After a few minutes, Pilatus ran offstage.
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