Pop-disco group the Village People saw the height of their popularity in the late 70s and early 80s. They were primarily known for their camp on-stage personas and catchy tunes. Known as their alter-egos the group consisted of a police officer, cowboy, construction worker, American Indian, leather biker and various members of the military (Army and Navy most frequently). They became gay icons as most of their songs had gay themes. They released ten albums and had many hit singles ("Macho Man", "Go West", "In the Navy") but will be best known for their biggest and most enduring hit, "Y.M.C.A.".