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  1. In the US, Netflix has the exclusive broadcast rights for the "This is Pop". While most of the press went to an infamous incident in which Usher said to T-Pain he ****ed up Music thanks to popularizing Autotune in music, which led to a 4 year depression for T-Pain as he took it personal like he did **** up Music. But one episode covers swedish pop, beginning with ABBA, to Ace of Base (that band was the first to get credit for both Cherion sound going global and introducing Max Martin i.e. Beautiful life was Max Martin's first Billboard hot 100 appearance in the US at #15) They also touch how Controversial the whole hit me baby one more time, it was originally call me, but due to the melody, it was switched to hit me, cos musically it made sense, and they explain as English as a second language, it's easier to be more simplified and simplistic lyrics cos in Japan its easier to remember All that she wants is another baby, vs a complex chorus with lots of words. But the label retitled it to ..baby one more time to avoid further controversy.
  2. Outside Max Martin, Swedish pop rarely gets celebrated. It only happened twice that a Swedish act dominated the charts. Worldwide. Both happened In the 90s In 1992 ABBA released gold in 1993 Ace of Base released Happy Nation US Version and in some region's The Sign +was That Album but was Happy Nation none the less. Ulf Ekberg of Ace of Base said when we came out ABBA wasn't being discussed, it's no coincidence a greatest hits package saw an Abba revival. But I wouldn't consider our music Disco. We we're a darker side of Dance pop The Happy Nation Album has been regarded as the Ultimate Swedish pop Album, and helped swedish Pop go global. But Most say, It's very difficult we're different than UK, we're like Clubs, Rock and roll, plus the fact it's harder to crack american Music industry without selling out. We're more European in the Sense that British people will cave to have the US Success by changing their identity. We never did and it worked. The hybrid of reggae infused dance music made Ace of Base the only swedish act to have the #1 song of 1994 and The #1 Album both The Sign. Jenny Said Still shocks me billboard year end #2 Music Box Mariah Carey #1 The Sign Ace of Base. To block the biggest american act in her own home country is rare, Ulf reminded her Alanis Morissette did it in 96 with jagged little pill, Jenny said we'll that's going to happen, A woman angry was more groundbreaking than Dance Music. So who's the ultimate Swedish act
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