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    Modern Dance/Club/House/Electro etc

    some of my recent favorites in dance pop, led by the awesome Finnish Eurovision entry by Saara Aalto, my personal winner this year Saara Aalto - Monsters (2018) Rita Ora - Anywhere Bakermat ft Kiesza - Don't want you back (2017)
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    Creye - s/t

    catchy AOR track, very 80's inspired
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    FM - Atomic Generation

    Killed by Love sounds nice
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    Frontline discs

    debut in 1993.... bad year for this sort of sound, wasn't even pressed in US, sad. I always wonder how popular they were in Europe?
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    EUROPE - "Walk The Earth" (2017)

    kind of psychedelic, but I like it
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    Universe Infinity - Rock Is Alive

    good stuff!
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    Two Of A Kind - Rise

    this is good news, female AOR produced I think it's produced by Terra Nova member
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    Big Talk (ex Rio)

    so this is not the Swedish Big Talk? There were several even from Sweden? What about RIO, is this the same RIO that released Borderland?
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    Tall Stories- 2nd cd being released

    was there an official video for any of their songs? Strange if no video, because the debut was on a major US label
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    Song of the Day

    Diving for Pearls - You're all I Know
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    The Lovers of Valdaro

    nice Electro/pop from Sweden, has an 80's feel with a nice sax melody.... The Lovers of Valdaro - Lost Forever (2018)
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    Robert Parker - End Of The Night

    nice track
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    Swedish Funk Connection - 1987

    the vocals are a bit weird, but nice AOR
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    Song of the Day

    I never heard of Robert Hart, nice track and good vocals, discogs says a few of his songs are written by Russ Ballard