Various - Teen Line No. 8: Powerpop & Pop-Rock LPs: A, B, & C FLAC album
Title: Teen Line No. 8: Powerpop & Pop-Rock LPs: A, B, & C
Style: Power Pop, Pop Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1822 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1175 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1584 mb
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Teen Line was a formally in-progress and now sadly incomplete and abandoned project that was in the hands of the Hyped to Death curators who were also responsible for the Messthetics and Homework series, loosely modeled after the considerably more renown Killed By Death DIY punk comp empire
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 late 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
Teen Pop is essentially dance-pop, pop, and urban ballads that are marketed to teens. Often, it's performed by teens, as well. Hanson was the first out of the gate in 1997 with their spruced-up oldies rock, and then the Backstreet Boys eclipsed all of their peers during 1998 with a string of hit singles. Others followed in their shadow, whether it was the very similar 'N Sync or the Spice Girls-styled All Saints. In 1999, teen pop showed no signs of decline, as it produced a new trend - the pop Lolita.
While teen pop is generally marketed to teens, the music has the typical elements of pop music - catchy hooks, upbeat lyrics, and simple melodies - that make it appealing to a wide audience.
Powerpop, some say, began with Emitt Rhodes’s 1970 debut album or Badfinger’s Magic Christian Music (also 1970), but really those were more like late Beatles works. Powerpop may have drawn on the 60s – in fact, there is a school of thought that has the Beatles, the Beach Boys, the Who and the Small Faces as original powerpoppers – but powerpop is really a 70s invention. It’s about young musicians missing the 60s but taking its sound in new directions. Talking of glam, Todd Rundgren could easily feature in a 10 of the best list on glitter rock, just as he could be on a list of piano ballads, blue-eyed soul, proto-electronica, even prog. But he staked his claim to powerpop immortality with this track, which set the whole ball rolling (look out for 1972-73 and 1977-78, because they’re key periods within the overall powerpop time frame).
Tracks count: 16. Views: 8. Big Prod Sounds - Bien Comme Ca 03:10. Flores enel Artico - Our Love Is Over Lo Nuestro Termino 02:54.
|3||–Clicks||Beat Of My Heart||3:22|
|4||–The Answer||Don't Fret||2:35|
|5||–The Broken Hearts||Tuesday Evening Girl|
|7||–Dave Branyan||Something Special|
|8||–Astrosurf||Where Did The Girls Go?||3:17|
|9||–The Corsairs||Wait For Me||2:16|
|10||–Stiv Bators||I'll Be Alright||2:22|
|11||–The Boys||On A Night Like This||2:33|
|12||–Breathers||Did You Think||2:24|
|13||–The Answer||Get You||2:14|
|14||–The Answer||I Fell In Love||2:32|
|15||–Commandos*||You're Not The First||2:43|
|17||–Craig Bevan & The Tourists||Modern Boy||2:05|
|18||–Alter Ego||Don't Let Her Know||2:47|
|20||–Craig Bevan & The Tourists||You Seem To Me||2:49|
|21||–Circus||Feel So Right||2:40|
|23||–Stavros & The Beat||Love||3:16|
|24||–The Cheepskates||Come Close To Me||2:44|
|25||–Cowboy & Spin Girl||The Things That Make Me Glad|
|27||–Clicks||She's Looking At Me||2:02|