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16th Apr '17 9:31:01 AM Golondrina
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* Britpop bands such as Oasis, Blur and Pulp are very popular in Chile, songs from these bands are commonly featured in rock and adult contemporary radios. The same happends with 80s british bands such as The Smiths, The Cure and The Stone Roses.

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* Britpop {{Britpop}} bands such as Oasis, Blur Music/{{Oasis}}, Music/{{Blur}} and Pulp Music/{{Pulp}} are very popular in Chile, songs from these bands are commonly featured in rock and adult contemporary radios. The same happends with 80s british bands such as The Smiths, The Cure Music/TheSmiths, Music/TheCure and The Stone Roses.Music/TheStoneRoses.
15th Apr '17 3:34:44 PM Ratachu
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*Britpop bands such as Oasis, Blur and Pulp are very popular in Chile, songs from these bands are commonly featured in rock and adult contemporary radios. The same happends with 80s british bands such as The Smiths, The Cure and The Stone Roses.
10th Apr '17 4:14:21 PM nombretomado
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** SelenaGomez

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** SelenaGomez Music/SelenaGomez
8th Apr '17 1:57:02 PM LaptopGuy
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* American dance-pop singer Brandon Beal is far more successful in Denmark than he is in his native U.S., where he's virtually unheard of.
5th Apr '17 8:07:43 PM Doug86
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** Which led to a historical kick in the ass and a CrowningMomentOfAwesome in 2006, when the contest was won by a [[{{Lordi}} Finnish heavy metal band]]

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** Which led to a historical kick in the ass and a CrowningMomentOfAwesome in 2006, when the contest was won by a [[{{Lordi}} [[Music/{{Lordi}} Finnish heavy metal band]]
4th Apr '17 8:18:51 PM ctempire
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* The French space rock band Rockets have been more popular in Italy and later Russia. According to Discogs, all albums after 1980 except 1984's ''Imperception'' (under the Rok-Etz name mainly outside of Italy) were released in Italy but not France and other countries excluding the later Russian and at least one Ukraine releases.

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* The French space rock band Rockets have been more popular in Italy and later Russia. According to Discogs, all most albums after 1980 except 1984's ''Imperception'' (under the Rok-Etz name mainly outside of Italy) were didn't get released in Italy but not France and other countries excluding the later Russian and at least one Ukraine releases.by a French label.



* Right from the beginning of the long time disco [[DeaderThanDisco had been dead in the U.S.A.]], the genre continued on in Europe, inspiring people like [[Music/GiorgioMoroder Giorgio Moroder]] to make their pioneering works in [[ElectronicMusic electronic music]] and some of the region's most prominent countries created [[ItaloDisco italo disco]], which soon partly [[RecursiveImport inspired the U.S.A.]] to create what'd become [[HouseMusic house music]] (which itself later got its own European sub-genres, such as [[FullCircleRevolution Italo house]]).

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* Right from the beginning of the long time disco [[DeaderThanDisco had been dead in the U.S.A.]], the genre continued on in Europe, inspiring people like [[Music/GiorgioMoroder Giorgio Moroder]] to make their pioneering works in [[ElectronicMusic electronic music]] and some of the region's most prominent countries created [[ItaloDisco italo disco]], which soon partly [[RecursiveImport inspired the U.S.A.]] to create what'd become [[HouseMusic house music]] (which itself later got its own European sub-genres, such as [[FullCircleRevolution Italo house]]). Germany and other European countries also enjoyed Italo disco, in that the leading label releasing compilations happens to be German.
** Italo disco and Euro disco is popular in Russia and other former Eastern Bloc countries, and they still have many fans from some Spanish-speaking countries.


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* The French space disco group Space has massive popularity in Russia since the Soviet years. Most comments in a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7UwSVsiwzI cat version]] of their hit "Magic Fly" are in Russian. Also, that song was a huge hit in the U.K. in TheSeventies.
1st Apr '17 5:16:51 PM thelivingtoad
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* Music/ThrowingMuses have been bigger in the UK than the US for most of their career. The band had difficulty getting popular in America even on the college rock scene because they came out of Rhode Island, which wasn't exactly a hot-bed of new music in the 1980s. In Britian however, they became the first American band to ever be signed to the vaunted indie label Creator/FourADRecords. All of their albums since ''Hunkpapa'' (1989) have charted in the UK, with the exception of ''Purgatory/Paradise'' (2013). While that one may have been a case of it being too long between albums and changing tastes in rock music, it may also have been disqualified because it was released as a book/CD combo.

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* Music/ThrowingMuses have been bigger in the UK than the US for most of their career. The band had difficulty getting popular in America - even on the college rock scene - because they came out of Rhode Island, which wasn't exactly a hot-bed of new music in the 1980s. In Britian however, they became the first American band to ever be signed to the vaunted indie label Creator/FourADRecords. All of their albums since ''Hunkpapa'' (1989) have charted in the UK, with the exception of ''Purgatory/Paradise'' (2013). While that one may have been a case of it being too long between albums and changing tastes in rock music, it may also have been disqualified because it was released as a book/CD combo.
1st Apr '17 5:16:05 PM thelivingtoad
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* Music/ThrowingMuses have been bigger in the UK than the US for most of their career. All of their albums since ''Hunkpapa'' (1989) have charted in the UK, with the exception of ''Purgatory/Paradise'' (2013). While that one may have been a case of too long between drinks, it may also have been disqualified because it was released as a book/CD combo.

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* Music/ThrowingMuses have been bigger in the UK than the US for most of their career. The band had difficulty getting popular in America even on the college rock scene because they came out of Rhode Island, which wasn't exactly a hot-bed of new music in the 1980s. In Britian however, they became the first American band to ever be signed to the vaunted indie label Creator/FourADRecords. All of their albums since ''Hunkpapa'' (1989) have charted in the UK, with the exception of ''Purgatory/Paradise'' (2013). While that one may have been a case of it being too long between drinks, albums and changing tastes in rock music, it may also have been disqualified because it was released as a book/CD combo.
11th Mar '17 4:35:35 PM nombretomado
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* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anjulie Anjulie]] is already huge in her native Canada where she's seen as TheRival to Music/LadyGaga, SelenaGomez and MileyCyrus (but without the controversy), but in the United Kingdom she is '''extremely popular''', especially in five towns OopNorth: Wigan, Bolton, Liverpool Metropolitan Borough of Sefton, Greater Manchester, Watford and London Borough of Hillingdon. The fact she is MsFanservice (without resorting to over-the-top behaviour that MileyCyrus and Music/LadyGaga have as their stock-in-trade), and uses RefugeInAudacity is ''what makes her popular''. Effectively, she's popular for avoiding the usual celebrity tropes and GateConstruction (something Music/LadyGaga and MileyCyrus are known for), so to speak.

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* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anjulie Anjulie]] is already huge in her native Canada where she's seen as TheRival to Music/LadyGaga, SelenaGomez Music/SelenaGomez and MileyCyrus Music/MileyCyrus (but without the controversy), but in the United Kingdom she is '''extremely popular''', especially in five towns OopNorth: Wigan, Bolton, Liverpool Metropolitan Borough of Sefton, Greater Manchester, Watford and London Borough of Hillingdon. The fact she is MsFanservice (without resorting to over-the-top behaviour that MileyCyrus Miley Cyrus and Music/LadyGaga have as their stock-in-trade), and uses RefugeInAudacity is ''what makes her popular''. Effectively, she's popular for avoiding the usual celebrity tropes and GateConstruction (something Music/LadyGaga and MileyCyrus Miley Cyrus are known for), so to speak.
10th Mar '17 10:22:57 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* The late Mexican artist Juan Gabriel was beloved all over Latin America, with Chileans among his biggest fans. He showed up ''five'' times in the extremely popular Viña Festival, each time was a total success (the last one lasted ''three hours''), and his last solo concert in 2014 was just as much of a hit as these.
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