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    Default cheezy music you like because it fight depression, you enjoy it no mather how corny ?

    Robert Tepper no easy way out, when i feel discouraged and down which i always there no magic cure for catatonic depression, but it make me feel better


    Another very corny exemple is Claude Barzotti, dont laught i only enjoy two songs, the keyboard is so sad: prend bien soins d'elle and je ne t'écrirai plus

    and the rest is too corny Polnareff: le chateau de laze(is that it) great cheezy song
    There are plenty exemple like this , i like to torture my sister to death , whit Claude barzotti and cheeze factory music of france , the singer that made these one hit wonder i.e Demis roussos and ect please dont laught you do it too?

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    Yes, Cheezy music is much better than recreational drugs or alcohol.

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    Power pop, synth pop, and power metal are genres that tend to just make me happy and comfortable. Stuff like:




    As for something of the more inspirational variety, this one from my childhood is the epitome of 80s cheese:
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    Never gave it much thought. Cheezy music? Like, something that goes well with wine? Or to top a pizza?
    In any case, "Bop Girl" by Pat Wilson has long struck me as, well, cheezy … though I've never actually thought of it that way before now. Still, it probably fits the bill.
    Which is probably why I like it. Even without wine! (Though I could do for some pizza right about now.)


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    Not cheesy but uplifting...

    "That's all Folks!"

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    My wife knows that when I'm listening to the B-52s, I'm trying to snap out of some deep pit.

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