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      • New Wave is a term popularized by Vietnamese for a genre of music produced in Europe during the 80s and 90s. Although sung mostly in English, new wave came predominantly from Germany, Italy, and France and is more commonly known as Euro/Italo Disco or Euro Dance/Pop.
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  1. The Vietnamese New Wave Revival - diaCRITICS

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    May 02, 2013 · SN: The Vietnamese crowd heavily embraced this music. As regular new wave became a lifestyle for many people in the ‘80s, Asian New Wave became a lifestyle for many Vietnamese. We walked, talked, and acted new wave. From the hairdos to the style of dress, a lot of people were just in love this kind of music.

  2. Asian New Wave Vol 1 - YouTube

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    Nov 21, 2017 · This is a compilation of some of my favorite "Asian New Wave" '80s (aka: Euro Disco, Italo Disco, Eurobeat, Hi-NRG ) songs that I grew up with and still listen to. I hope you enjoy! Song list:

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  3. ĐẠI HỘI NEW WAVE KỲ 2 - Ngọc Lan, Kiều Nga, LyndaTrang Đài - CD Hải Ngoại Xưa Thập niên 90- Người đẹp bình dương 19 Tổng hợp CD Nhạc vàng gốc: https://goo.gl...

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  4. Keep on Music New Wave and '80s Reunion Party - The ...

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    New wave music was booming among the Asian youths; there were many college parties organized by Vietnamese Clubs from UCI, Cal State Fullerton, etc. But the most fun were the house parties (mostly held in someone's garage with cheap disco lights from Radio Shack and home stereo speakers.

  5. The Vietnamese New Wave Phenomenon

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    New wave music never reached mainstream in the U.S., although it is believed to have given birth to electronic dance music that is popular throughout the world today. New wave was immediately embraced by Asians everywehre when it emerged during the 80s and 90s, but Vietnamese Americans took it to another level. It spawned a subculture of young Vietnamese new wavers sporting funky big rooster-like hair and clad in dark clothing with excessive accessories.

  6. BEST NEW WAVE 80'S (disco) - YouTube

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    Enjoy and Feel the Music!!! Thanks for Listening. . . .

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  7. 80s New Wave and Vietnamese Americans | 8Asians | An Asian ...

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    Apr 01, 2010 · In yet another sign that I am WAY too old, the blog You Offend Me You Offend My Family writes about the 80s New Wave scene and how the Vietnamese American immigrants embraced it as their own. According to them, the music AND the fashion style is coming back. I still remember in my high school most o

  8. Asian New Wave - 17 - Music - YouTube

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    Feb 08, 2011 · Old school 80's new wave song(s) that I grew up with. I think they're combined in English, Lao, Cambodian, and Vietnamese languages. Asian New Wave - 01 - Piece of the Action Asian New Wave - 02 ...

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  9. New wave music - Wikipedia

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    New wave is a music genre that encompasses numerous pop-oriented styles from the late 1970s and the 1980s. It was originally used as a catch-all for the music that emerged after punk rock, including punk itself, but may be viewed retrospectively as a more accessible counterpart of post-punk.