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Anchor text: Sweet
Target Entity: Sweet_\u0028band\u0029
Preceding Context: Although coined in the 1960s, and used as early as 1973 in reference to
Succeeding Context: , the term "power pop" was not widely used until around 1978. As the novelist Michael Chabon has written, "Power pop in its essential form... did not come into existence for a number of years after it was first identified. Like so much of the greatest work turned out by popular artists of the 1970s, true power pop is quintessential second-generation stuff." The term was often used in reference to critics' favorites Elvis Costello and Nick Lowe, whose style was viewed as a less-threatening version of punk rock. Los Angeles-based magazine championed power pop in its March 1978 issue, tying the genre's roots to 1960s groups like The Who and The Easybeats through Raspberries of the early 1970s.
Paragraph Title: Commercial peak: late 1970s to early 1980s
Source Page: Power pop

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