europop

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europop

(ˈjʊərəʊˌpɒp)
n
a type of banal pop music considered typical of European artists
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The news that all Euro-Pop fans had secretly been dreading - The Express confirmed that Britain's days in the continent wide music competition were numbered.
The energy tapers off with Blur, which really reveals that the Danish Euro-pop formula is a cascade of one big hook after another.
Promising the best tunes from the decade, with everything from rock to euro-pop, organisers are encouraging fancy dress with prizes for the best-dressed on the night.
Bianca Claxton performs Shine A Little Light, a song co-written by Leona Lewis, and folky Euro-pop duo Dulcima, who were both buskers.
Bianca Claxton who performs Shine A Little Light, a song co-written by Leona Lewis and folky Euro-pop duo Dulcima, who were both buskers.
The soundtrack has so far been a homage to early eighties electronica, Euro-pop and - poignantly this week - David Bowie.
Eventually we headed into the warmth of the mountain restaurant for fondue, gluhwein and some 'ski-resort music' - a mix of Euro-pop, oompah bands set to Euro-pop, rock ballads and 'Alice, Who the f*** is Alice?' There was little choice but to join in the chorus.
The national broadcaster must encourage our singers and songwriters, not send them off to this Euro-Pop graveyard - however glittery it may seem to be.
The tour follows the release of the group's latest album, Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance, which blends electro-glide, baroque balladry and giantsized Euro-pop hooks.
The Steaua were soon chanting their infectious Euro-pop theme tune Maria by Scooter - the Carpathian Pigbag - on 23 minutes as hapless Aussie Brad Jones failed to hold a routine shot leaving Goian to rifle in the rebound and once again Boro needed to find four goals.
A mezzo-soprano who plays piano and guitar, the musical-theater-trained Baetens has her own Euro-pop band, Dallas.
Denmark's Emmelie de Forest won Eurovision on Saturday before an international TV audience of around 125 million, clinching the coveted crown of euro-pop with a folksy ballad backed by a wall of fire, flutes and drums.
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