[Music genre and global music market] Why did Eurobeat decline Dance music

General

Eurobeat is classified as one of dance music using electronic musical instruments. This genre has been popular since the 1980s and is strongly influenced by disco and synthpop. At Eurobeat, the equipment used is often more important than the composition of the song, and there were many artists who were particular about their equipment. After the 2000s, this genre declined due to the rise of other genres.

What is Eurobeat

Eurobeat is mainly classified as one of dance music that makes full use of electronic instruments. It is said to have originated in England in the 1970s, and is very popular music characterized by fast tempos. This genre was popular in the 1980s and 1990s with high tempo around 120-160 BPM. It was a period of transition from FM tone generators to a fully digital era, and the term “programming music” became widespread, and more and more artists were adopting it.

Eurobeat Music

history

The Eurobeat probably originated in England in the 1970s, when discos often played fast-tempo dance music that often used drum machine claps. American singer Donna Summer, Italy’s Giovanni Giorgio Moroder, and others started selling music that featured synthsizers in the forefront, and this Eurobeat became known as it continued to be a big hit in Europe, and from the 1980s onwards. Popular all over the world. In 1983, YAMAHA released the world’s first fully digital synthesizer, the DX7, and as we entered the fully digital era, a revolution in immersed music occurred. This also worked, and Eurobeat reached its heyday.

decline

Eurobeat, which swept the European charts, led by the United Kingdom, was also a big hit in the United States from the late 1980s. However, it was received in a different way from Europe, such as Pet Shop Boys being introduced as “Eurobeat”. In the late 1990s, the Eurobeat gradually became boring. Most listeners were replaced by R&B, house, techno, and other genres. In the 2000s, almost no Eurobeat songs appeared, and they stopped appearing on the hit charts.

PARAPARA

Para Para is one of the most popular dances in Japan and was strongly influenced by the Eurobeat. It has been popular in Japan since the 1980s and has a certain combination of choreography. It was mostly danced in groups at discotheques and clubs, and was very well received by the young people of the time. However, after the 2000s, it declined and was replaced by other genres.

famous artist

At one point, there were a lot of Euro songs being released and there was a bubble, but then EDM came out and record sales declined considerably. The sound was booming and there were a lot of releases coming out. At the beginning, many of the albums were orthodox Eurobeat, but in the latter half, there were also some with hip-hop elements. Since then, it has attracted the attention of some people. A number of new groups have appeared, so we will introduce them to you in a list.

Rick Astley

A British singer-songwriter. Characterized by her soulful voice, there were many genres such as pop, but there are also many songs in her Eurobeat style. She is also one of the world’s leading singers of the late 1900s.

Bananarama

British girl group. Originally there were three people, but since the 1990s, it has become more common for two people to work together. Artists active in the 1980s and 1990s, a group widely known in Europe.

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