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- Europop refers to a style of pop music that first developed in today's form in Europe, throughout the late 1970s. Europop topped the charts throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Many successful Europop artists came from France, Germany, Italy, Ireland, Netherlands and the United Kingdom, but most were Swedish in origin.
- "Europop" is the debut album by Italian electronic group Eiffel 65. The album was released in 1999 as under Bliss Corporation and Universal Records and Republic Music. The album is most notable for the group's two biggest hits: "Blue" and "Move Your Body", which topped the charts worldwide.
- "Europop" is a musical EP of The Divine Comedy.
- released in (23 years ago)
- "Europop" is a composition.
- music and lyrics by Neil Hannon
- "Europop" is a musical album of Chatterbox.
- released in (34 years ago)
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Cultural Studies (2005)
A Critical Introduction by Simon During
Europop is a recognisable genre. It is noteworthy that the Americas barely exist as a cultural entity — this despite work by the Cuban anti-Spanish revolutionary Jose Marti for instance, circa 1890, to imagine ways that the hemisphere might ...
by Australian Research Professor Simon During, Simon During
Europop is a recognisable genre. It is noteworthy that the Americas barely exist as a cultural entity – this despite work by the Cuban anti-Spanish revolutionary José Martí for instance, circa 1890, to imagine ways that the hemisphere might ...
by Colin Larkin
fiercely original blend of the traditional and contemporary, the folkloric and modern, traversing such territories as hip-hop, funk, bolero, southern California punk, tropicália, Europop, dadaist noise painting, and Mexicanisms such as ranchera, ...
by Frank Hoffmann
Parlaying catchy melodies, richlytextured fourpart harmonies, and slick production values to achieve worldwide chart success, the group epitomized the Europop movementofthe 1970s. Althoughwidely reviled by the rock press atthetime, ...
by Marcel Danesi
The Extra-Terrestrial Escapism Ethnography Europop Evergreen Existentialism ...
by Norman Abjorensen
A broad style, dubbed Europop, arose in the 1970s, generally more danceoriented than the prevailing Anglo-American music. Its performers were popular mostly only in Europe, with some key exceptions, notably Sweden's ABBA. Schlager ...
by Kevin McCann, Mark Diehl
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by Oxford University Press
Centre Nationale d'Art et de Culture Georges Pompidou, Paris 2008, Europop, ...
by Cambridge University Press
€ Euro- /joarao-/ prefix relating to Europe Europop (= pop music from Europe) European /,joara'pi:an/ adjective relating or belonging to Europe European countries/ languages o the European Parliament ...
relating to Europe: Europop (- modern, young people's music from Europe) euro, Euro /'jua. rau/ ...
Oxford Dictionary of English (2010)
by Angus Stevenson
Europop 7noun [mass noun] pop music from continenVtal Europe with simple melodies and lyrics, often sung in English.
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