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Album Review

"Barbie Girl" is one of those inexplicable pop culture phenomena — a bouncy, slightly warped Euro-dance song that simultaneously sends up femininity and Barbie dolls. Mattel wasn't too amused, but the public was, making it a huge hit in Europe and America. Like many Europop acts, Aqua isn't capable of delivering another song as insanely catchy as "Barbie Girl," but there's plenty of infectious filler that keeps the album moving along at a nice pace.

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AMAZING

best cd of my life. this was my childhood

Love It

This was the Best Cd, when I was Little, I loved to sing and dance around with my friends sing barbie girl, and all together one of the best Cds of My childhood!!

Aquarium

Classic. These songs will never get old

Biography

Formed: 1996 in Denmark

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Storming onto the international music scene in the fall of 1997, the Danish dance-pop outfit Aqua aroused controversy when Mattel filed a lawsuit against them for the sexual overtones inherent in their breakthrough hit, "Barbie Girl." The roots of the quartet trace back to 1989, when Claus Norreen and Søren Rasted (both keyboards/drum machine) were working together on the soundtrack for a Danish film, Fraekke Frida. During this time they met future member René Dif (rap/vocals), who introduced them...
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