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Power pop (also typeset as powerpop) is a form of pop rock based on the early music of bands such as the Who, the Beatles, the Beach Boys, and the Byrds. It originated in the mid 1960s as young music fans began to rebel against the emerging pretensions of rock music, and developed mainly among American musicians who came of age during the British Invasion.
Power pop is a music genre which is a more aggressive form of pop rock. Although its mainstream success peaked in the late 1970s and early 1980s, the genre continues to influence new artists. The following list is divided in two sections.
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Pop is a genre of popular music that originated in its modern form during the mid-1950s in the United States and the United Kingdom. The terms "popular music" and "pop music" are often used interchangeably, although the former describes all music that is popular and includes many disparate styles.
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The following is a list of power pop albums by notable artists that have been described as such by music reviews, or any similar source. They are listed chronologically, with the older ones at the top of the list.
Pop-punk (also typeset pop punk and also known as punk-pop) is a rock music genre that combines elements of punk rock with elements of pop music and power pop.It is defined for its emphasis on traditional pop songcraft and adolescent themes, and is distinguished from other punk-variant genres by drawing more heavily from 1960s pop rock and the music of bands such as the Beatles, the Kinks, and ...
Powerpop is a popular musical sub-genre that draws its inspiration from 60s British and American pop and rock music. With the term defined by Pete Townshend of The Who, it typically incorporates a combination of musical devices such as strong melodies, crisp vocal harmonies, economical arrangements, and prominent guitar riffs.
Will to Power is an American dance-pop group that originated in South Florida in the mid-1980s founded by Miami's Producer Bob Rosenberg. The group recorded a number of hit singles on the Billboard dance and pop charts in the late 1980s and early 1990s, most notably "Baby, I Love Your Way/Freebird Medley", a medley of 1970s hits by Peter Frampton and Lynyrd Skynyrd that reached the top of the ...
Racist music or white power music is music associated with and promoting neo-Nazism and white supremacy ideologies. Although musicologists point out that many, if not most early cultures had songs to promote themselves and denigrate any perceived enemies, the origins of Racist music is traced to the 1970s.
Music journalists generally praised Jellyfish at the time, albeit a recurring criticism was that the band's music appeared too derivative. Later, journalists often used the group as a point of comparison to subsequent artists. Since the breakup, the group has influenced numerous other acts, especially within the power pop genre.