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Electropop - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Electropop - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Electropop From Wikipedia, the free encyc-lopedia Jump to: navigation , search Electropop Stylistic origins Synthpop , EDM , electr-onica , pop , disco Cultural origins Late 1970s - early 1980s, ...


Synthpop - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... , vocoder , sampler , vocals Derivative forms House , trance , indietronica , electronica , dance-pop , futurepop , [ 1 ] electropop ( complete list ) Fusion genres Electroclash - Electro house - Techno Other topics Synthpunk - Industrial ...


2010s in electropop music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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2010s in electropop music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 2010s in electropop music From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search This article needs additional citations for verification . Please help improve this ...


2000s in electropop music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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2000s in electropop music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 2000s in electropop music From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search It has been suggested that this article be merged with Synthpop . ( Discuss ) Proposed ...


Electropop (disambiguation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Electropop (disambiguation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Electropop (disambigu-ation) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Electropop is a musical genre also known as synthpop and technopop. Electropop may ...


Auto-Tune - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... supported player. You can download the clip or download a player to play the clip in your browser. " We R Who We R " is an electropop song by Kesha that employs heavily pitch-corrected vocals. [ 20 ] Into the 2010s, popular music used ...


Operatic pop - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... v t e Pop music By style Adult contemporary Adult-oriented Baroque Bubblegum Crunk-core Christian Country Dance Dream Electropop Indie Jangle Noise Operatic Pop metal Pop punk Pop-rap Pop rock Pop-soul Pop Dangdut Progressive Psychedelic ...


Britney Spears - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... James Spears Relatives Bryan Spears (brother) Jamie Lynn Spears (sister) Alli Sims (cousin) Musical career Genres Pop dance electropop Instruments Vocals piano Labels Jive RCA Associated acts Innosense NSYNC will.i.am Website www.britneysp ...


List of popular music genres - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... Oldschool jungle Darkside jungle Ragga-jungle Raggacore Sambass Techstep Electro Crunk Electro backbeat Electro-grime Electropop Electroacoustic Acousmatic music Com-puter music Electroacoustic improvisation Field recording Live electronics ...


Music of Sweden - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... Lekman – indie pop Kingqueen – pop Kleerup – pop The Knife – electropop Laleh - folk, indie pop Loreen - pop Lasse Lindh – indie pop Lazee – hip hop Lykke Li – elect-ropop Mando Diao – rock pop Markus Krunegård - pop ...


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