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Maybe he's just upset. Maybe it is something he said in a moment when he's really angry. We don't know yet. He's been happy here, he helped us to win three Champions Leagues over the past four years, so I hope he will stay.

The teen tragedy genre's popular era began with " Black Denim Trousers and Motorcycle Boots ", written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller . Released just before 24-year-old actor James Dean 's death in an automobile accident in the fall of 1955, it climbed the charts immediately afterward. [6] Teenage tragedies had specific thematic [7] tropes such as star-crossed lovers , [7] reckless youth, eternal devotion, suicide, and despair over lost love; along with lyrical elements that teens of the time could relate to their own lives [5] – such as dating, motorcycles and automobiles (car songs also being popular during the 1950s), and disapproving parents or peers. [3] Contemporary girl groups of the '60s also borrowed the genre's melodramatic template (as well as the use of sound effects, orchestration, echo and other sonic touches) for non-fatal but otherwise tragic story-songs, such as Reparata and the Delrons ' over-the-top "Saturday Night Didn't Happen" and its B-side, "Panic," in 1968. In The Pussycats' 1966 "Dressed in Black", (co-written by George 'Shadow' Morton, and originally a Shangri-Las B-side) and in "We Don't Belong" by UK singer Sylvan (1965), the heartbreak and melancholy are palpable - and in Sylvan's case, nearly suicidal. [4]


Various - Rhino Teen Magazine - The Best Of The 1910 Fruitgum Company And Other Bubblegum Smashes (Volume 2)Various - Rhino Teen Magazine - The Best Of The 1910 Fruitgum Company And Other Bubblegum Smashes (Volume 2)Various - Rhino Teen Magazine - The Best Of The 1910 Fruitgum Company And Other Bubblegum Smashes (Volume 2)Various - Rhino Teen Magazine - The Best Of The 1910 Fruitgum Company And Other Bubblegum Smashes (Volume 2)

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