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Well, it's Friday folks. Time for a walk down musical memory lane. In the 60s a musical genre emerged almost as insipid as it's successor - disco. The popularity of Bubblegum Pop ran from 1967 to 1972. And no group better epitomized this style (and I use the word advisedly) of music as The Ohio Express. Sit back and enjoy this 1968 performance in all it's lip-synched glory...

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Expat From Hell said…
Love it, love it, love it. This reminds me of "Sugar Sugar" by the Archies. That other non-group. I think the year was 1969.

Thanks for doing this.

ExpatFromHell
hey your a jerk you have a zucchini award!!
ettarose said…
I thought you were talking about 1910 Fruitgum Company. They had some very silly hits.

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