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Album Review

Aqua unexpectedly had an international hit with their kitschy, bizarre "Barbie Girl." Daze's debut single "Superhero" was quite similar to that slice of relentlessly catchy and danceable Europop. While Aqua was able to turn up another good single with "Turn Back Time," Daze pretty much follows the garish, fluorescent Europop path, delivering a gaudy debut with Super Heroes. Those words may seem damning, but they're not — Europop is supposed to be tacky, that's what makes it fun. And there are some wildly tacky and fun moments on Super Heroes, like "Superhero," "Call Girl," "Together Forever (the Cyber Pet Song)," "Toy Boy" and "Tic Toc." It's not enough to make a consistently entertaining album, but it's enough to make Super Heroes, Rovi

Biography

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s

In the wake of Aqua's unexpected stateside success in 1997, several new Europop groups received a big push from major labels. One of these was the Denmark-based Daze. Led by songwriters/keyboardists Sieber and J.T. and featuring vocalist Trine Bix, the group's first single, "Superhero," became a huge Scandinavian hit upon its release in the fall of 1997, and its accompanying album, Super Heroes, reached number one in Denmark and number three in Scandinavia. In the spring of 1998, the album received...
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