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Unformatted text preview: The Fifties . Within a few years, the fad had faded, but the music, dance, and to a lesser degree the clothing, was at a higher baseline than before the boom. This is probably best showcased in the movie Swingers . For a small, brief moment, sometime around 1990-93, groups looking for a looser, more organic break from The Eighties who did not want to join Grungemania donned bellbottoms, lacy (or striped) shirts, Dr. Seuss hats , platform shoes and vintage music gear (Wurlitzer electric pianos to the fore!), played 1970's -inspired rock, Power Pop and funk and formed the "retro" movement. Lenny Kravitz, Spin Doctors, Blind Melon and The Black Crowes were the most famous artists from this movement, although it also provided its share of One Hit Wonder alternative radio-to-pop radio crossover bands like 4 Non Blondes and School of Fish....
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