bubblegum pop

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bubblegum pop

Optimistic, lightweight, pop music of the late 1960s and early 1970s often written by professional songwriters working for music publishing houses and performed by session musicians.
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She's sold 25million records as a member of the bubble-gum pop band.
The film comes shortly after Abba itself unveiled new music, 35 years after the last single by the godparents of bubble-gum pop.
Eutrophication, DDT, suburbs spilling into wetlands to the vapid strains of bubble-gum pop." Not for him is the "great baby-booming mass that still secretly wants it to be the sixties," as they drive grandchildren to swim in Lake Ontario's overheated and bacteria-ridden waters because the air temperature is soaring and the lake is like a bath.
From the upbeat club records of the 80s to the blushing boy bands of the 90s, and from the bubble-gum pop era of the 00s to the vast array of music we hear today.
1969: Sitting at the top of the singles charts was Tommy Roe with the American bubble-gum pop tune, Dizzy.
The only problem is that Tamara is a former bubble-gum pop singer, and the two of them have different ideas for the future of the band.
Fans of the 21-year-old singer's upbeat vocals and bubble-gum pop melodies, will love her debut album Title.
ONE DIRECTION - Midnight Memories THE X-Factor-born phenomenon, comprising of Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson, have (sort of) left their bubble-gum pop roots behind for their third album.
Best Album may be the most intriguing category to watch, as the line-up of contenders is not your average bubble-gum pop breakdown, but a who's-who of hip acts: the Black Keys, Fun., Mumford & Sons, Frank Ocean and Jack White.
Slick lensing by Lee Hyung-deok capitalizes on the superb production design of Lee Yo-han, which contrasts the monochromatic sophistication of contempo corporate Seoul with the bubble-gum pop colors of the 1980s.
l Billie first came on the scene aged 15 as a bubble-gum pop star in 1998 l She clocked up 1 million copies of her first album, the youngest person ever to achieve such success, but rumours of flings, abortions and drug-taking followed...
An insider tells us, "Jo thought Fuller would help launch her as a big solo star, but he insisted she churn out bubble-gum pop and do cover versions.