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Miami Horror's "Holidays" is a simple way to satisfy a retro dance-pop fix without going on YouTube for a self-inflicted Rick Roll.
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September 28, 2010 Though "Holidays" could fit snugly in a modern club setting, it also subtly references dance-pop's forefathers with some light pianos and a beefy synth solo. It's a simple way to satisfy that retro fix without dusting off some old Bee Gees LPs or going on YouTube for a self-inflicted Rick Roll.
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