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- n. Music intended for or accepted by a wide audience, usually with a commercial basis and distinguished from classical music and folk music.
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- n. music of general appeal to teenagers; a bland watered-down version of rock'n'roll with more rhythm and harmony and an emphasis on romantic love
A pic of her and Kiki Rosen taken backstage the night before at this huge pop music fest called Jingle Ball, which Constances father had some part in promoting.
Ten minutes later, the two men got out of the car in the Rue Clément Marot, in front of the Cric-Crac nightclub, where pop music spilled out into the street.
As I waited my turn, I tried to figure which country the barbers were from; indecipherable Indian-sounding pop music blared from a cheap radio.
Ailsa had put noisy pop music in the tape deck, and they sailed over the bridge from the Black Isle into Inverness, all racing wind and vulgar music and Eileen feeling young for the ﬁ rst time in her life.
Tonsils are wily, evil creatures and are mostly blame for all of the problems with the pop music today.
It was a given among us that all French pop music was awful, from the simpering Sheila et Ringo to the appalling Claude François, and although Patrick Aubray was more of an auteur, he was still no Bob Dylan.
In July 1999 Letterman was interviewing guest Leigh Nash, lead singer for the pop music group Sixpence None the Richer.