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There are several artists on Last.fm that use the name "Pop": 1) POP is a Japanese idol group that was formed in 2014, which was originally a duo known as pla2me. They debuted at TOKYO IDOL FESTIVAL that year and released the single Plastic 2 Mercy, produced by Matsukuma Kenta. After member Mari announced her graduation from the group, four new members were recruited and their name was changed to "POP" (Period of Plastic 2 Mercy). The group's current lineup is as follows: Kamiya Saki (leader) Read more on Last.fm
There are several artists on Last.fm that use the name "Pop": 1) POP is a Japanese idol group that was formed in 2014, which was originally a duo known as pla2me. They debuted at TOKYO IDOL FESTIVAL that year and released the single Plastic 2 Mercy, produced by Matsukuma Kenta. After member Mari announced her graduation from the group, four new members were recruited and their name was changed to "POP" (Period of Plastic 2 Mercy). The group's current lineup is as follows: Kamiya Saki (leader), Yumeno Yua, Yamamachi Miki, Inukai Maaya, and Shigusawa Ao.

POP will release their first full-length album in August of 2015, including new recordings of pla2me songs "Plastic 2 Mercy" and "UNIT". 2) Pop is an experimental ambient electronic music producer who has released his debut album in July 2012. The following are sometimes incorrectly tagged as "Pop" when the correct tagging is "Pop!" Please re-tag your artists accordingly: http://www.last.fm/music/POP! PoP! is the fictional 80s pop band for the movie Music and Lyrics featuring Hugh Grant as Alex Fletcher, the singer from the band. or Pop! was an Australian band of the 1990s. It was a side project of Melbourne band About Six Feet.

Together with Frente's Angie Hart they recorded the song Tingly, which was released as a single in 1995, and reached the Triple J Hottest 100 of the same year. About Six Feet consisted of Tony Stott and John Richards, and although they wrote Tingly together, Pop! was very much Stott's project. or None of these are to be confused with the power pop groups The Pop (from Madison, Wisconsin) and The Pop! (from Los Angeles, California). Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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