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Wonky Pop is a term used to describe a loose grouping of musical acts that play what the BBC calls "quirky, catchy and credible pop". The style is rooted in the eccentric side of 1980s pop music, originating in the mid 2000s, by the late 2000s Wonky Pop acts such as Mika, Lady GaGa, Florence + The Machine, Little Boots, La Roux had acheived both critical and mainstream commercial sucess with single and album sales.

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  • Avatar for Skittlez45
    *looks at the comment below me* hmm kind of wanna know what the person said :/
  • Avatar for jfon605
    vv Clearly has nothing to say, copies other idiots and thinks he looks witty.
  • Avatar for jfon605
    vv Seriously doesn't know how to use 'butthurt' in proper context (or come up with a non-overused internet insult). Perhpas the last two "certain someones" (look how cleverly vague yet obvious that I'm being!!) should get over their own 'butthurt' and go listen to their La Roux and Lana Del Rey records.
  • Avatar for enid_coleslaw_
    vv Seriously. Those last two comments were full of butthurt.
  • Avatar for idkmon
    Wow, someone on this shoutbox needs to get over themselves. And it's not the first four commenters.
  • Avatar for jfon605
    "Catchy and credible". *eyeroll* In other words, an obvious corporate campaign to hype trashy Dance-pop as "authentic". Fuck this painfully fake nothing of a "genre". Can't believe the country that gave us the 60s "Invasion", 70s Glam and New Romanticism is reduced to slobbering over this.
  • Avatar for PrincessJess22
    BBC was wrong.
  • Avatar for HeatherGreenEye
    no,thanks. there's no sense in making up new music genres out of particularly nothing.
  • Avatar for Hydra
    pfft, crap tag, there's enough obscurely named genres already thank you
  • Avatar for kefcio
    this is retarded. how did i get here. [2]

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