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boy band

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(Pop Music) an all-male vocal pop group created to appeal to a young audience
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boy band

n (Mus) → Boygroup f
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The frontrunner girl bands for years _ Girls' Generation and Sistar _ have all but dispersed and are engaging in individual activities.
The look of girl bands changed dramatically in the 1980s with The Bangles who had hits with Walk Like An Egyptian, Manic Monday and Eternal Flame.
The look of girl bands changed dramatically in the 1980s with The Bangles, who had hits with Walk Like An Egyptian, Manic Monday and Eternal Flame.
The X Factor winners say they idolised the likes of the Spice Girls in the 1990s and can't understand why there aren't more people banging the drum for mainstream girl bands.
AT least eight new Bahraini girl bands have been formed following an all-female musical summer camp held in Adhari Park.
THE Saturdays have revealed they want girl bands to achieve world domination.
And the girls reckon they have a friendly attitude to all girl bands - from Posh's old outfit The Spice Girls to The Saturdays.
Summary: He is best known for his success with boybands including Westlife, but Louis Walsh is stepping back into the world of girl bands.
Washington, Jan 4 (ANI): Melanie Chisholm says the Spice Girls were quite "tame" as compared to today's girl bands which are overtly "sexual".
She claimed that "lack of trust" and "breakdown in communication" had forced her to leave one of Britian's most successful girl bands.
It's not that these girls are doing anything wrong," offers Lucie, "but a lot of girl bands out there are aiming at a younger audience and it's not music I would buy personally.
The territory of fanzines, girl bands, and a host of recent artists and writers, this self-consciously downbeat vision salvages its images from a melange of bad plays, pop psych, and supermarket novels from Ann Bannon to Jacqueline Susann.