girls that don’t exist

This may be a surprise to you, but I love dorky ’70s power pop. As a senior in high school, I had plenty of room for the Shoes and Rubinoos in between my steady diet of post-punk – I couldn’t resist the hooky, heartbroken songs about girls and, well, almost nothing else. It’s been suggested that power pop lyrics were often misogynist (and indeed, many of them placed women on this unapproachable

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