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I sure do, nice track n video! also for the song that came after! nice album, I had it! nice cover! :D

 

I think her new-found success in thanks toe exposure i American Idol!

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Yea I've never quite understood how that happens! Genes do skip generations though, that can be the only logical explanation!lol

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Haha, yeah Another level, good memories with their songs. The singer did

which I really liked. Til this day I find it progressive!

 

also liked his failed attempt to a new boyband with other ex-boyband members

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-Vz0s-heII

 

That is is one of the best NSync songs, I recall we used to talk about how ugly this boyband was compared to others!lol They did have a much needed make over later :D I really like the album that came after this one, some cool and catchy songs on that one! I recall being in Belgium when this came out, really loved the song and video! The first song to use the popping beat that later came to be called the Cheiron (studio) beat and others started coying!

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eo-KmOd3i7s

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Yea Dane Bowers was the only member of ANother Level to have any further success after the band split. He is now more famous for once dating glamour model Jordan than his musical contribution though lol. Just like can be said of Peter Andre hehe.

 

I loved "Bye Bye Bye", such a HIT it was too. They were very "normal" looking for a boy band, which may have garnered them more respect, as a more authentic reflection on reality. JT has come a far way since then, never would have I imagined the success he has had.

 

After the dominance of the boy bands, came the female response. This was when I first fell in love with Beyonce lol.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_RVId9OkgI

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I agree, vocally I always like JC better but JT proved to be a more charismatic and all-round entertainer than his fellow lead.

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Again more momories. Gotta love the lyrics:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Xf-Lesrkuc&feature=relmfu

 

Cracking song! That guy reminds me so much of Robbie Williams, the resemblance in the facial features are uncanny.lol

 

So true Pedram jaan. I also like his "Hey Soul sister" tune

 

This is a song that I'd never get tired of listening to, just like most his other masterpieces:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWf-eARnf6U

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Duran Duran was a band that in my early teenage years I had tons of memories with! :wub: :wub: :wub: :wub: :wub:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDLiVwpv89s

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No music video had a bigger impact on my life than this one. I remember as a young boy being mesmerised with what was before my eyes, the choreography, the theme, the music, it was truly spellbinding and only one artist could ever have pulled it off. This was the moment my passion for music was ignited. Thriller has become arguably more iconic in popular culture, but I was barely born when it was released.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ceU4ANZKdOM

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Couldn't agree more Pedram jaan. Smooth Criminal was and is one of my most fave music videos, its choreography is just breathtaking and flawless!

 

 

The following song although is not the original video (Couldn't find the original video), and even though this type of music is fully against my taste and approval, but can't deny how funny and catchy the song is! :)) :)) :))

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U_inRCBeiA4

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lol and it has become rather popular among the young generation as well bro, in my opinion this song is the perfect example of how a kooche baazaari song was originally meant to work. It was a low brow popular song which appealed to a large audience, nothing complicated just hitting that common cultural chord. like you said you find yourself enjoying it even though you might even dislike the genre for many reasons! These are the things that interest me to study when it comes to music and culture ...

 

 

one of my faves from the Swedish Andreas from the 90s

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzQ82Ny1ToI

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