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11 minutes ago, Austin! said:

Like A Virgin

No

OT: Vision of Love, Fantasy, Heartbreaker, We Belong Together

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12 minutes ago, Winnie. said:

No

OT: Vision of Love, Fantasy, Heartbreaker, We Belong Together

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32 minutes ago, Winnie. said:

 Heartbreaker, We Belong Together

Aren't these two RNB? brit1

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5 hours ago, Princess Aurora said:

Let's start with this one 

Do you know any others ? Let's see who's gonna get dragged moo1 

This. BOMT was the front runner of teenage pop. It hit the jackpot.

 

 

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4 hours ago, Winnie. said:

No

OT: Vision of Love, Fantasy, Heartbreaker, We Belong Together

lmfao1

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35 minutes ago, ShutUpRae said:

lmfao1

What’s funny oprah15

Don’t act like Vision of Love didn’t make waves oprah15

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53 minutes ago, ShutUpRae said:

 

Then came Rihanna's "Dark" era, then Lady gaga etc.

So True , Blackout really brought synth pop back in the US and this all happened during her meltdown brit1 

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2 hours ago, HninSi said:

This. BOMT was the front runner of teenage pop. It hit the jackpot.

 

 

And not only, the song still sounds fresh 22 years later. How is that possible ? rip4 

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7 hours ago, Margerine Flange said:

 

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8 hours ago, Margerine Flange said:

 

It has the potential but I don't think it's a trendsetter unfortunately. It's still a bop and definitely one of my favorite songs right now though 

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