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Pop punk (also known as pop-punk or punk-pop) is a fusion music genre that combines elements of punk rock with pop music to varying degrees. The music typically combines fast punk tempos, chord changes and loud guitars with pop-influenced melodies and lyrical themes.

Allmusic describes pop punk as a strand of alternative rock that typically merges pop melodies with speedy punk rock tempos, chord changes and loud guitars. About.com has described second-wave pop punk bands as having "a radio friendly sheen to their music, but still maintaining much of the speed and attitude of classic punk rock".

Music Genres
Ambient   |   Blues   |   Classical Music   |   Electronic (Breakbeat, Breakcore, Chiptune, Drum and Bass, Dubstep, Eurobeat, Freeform, Gabber, Happy Hardcore, Hardcore, House, IDM, J-Core, Speedcore, Techno, Trance)
Experimental (Industrial)   |   Folk   |   Hip Hop   |   Jazz   |   Pop (Easy Listening, Electropop, J-Pop, Pop Rock)
R&B (Funk)   |   Rock (Alternative Rock, Death Metal, Hard Rock, Metal, Metalcore, Progressive Metal, Progressive Rock, Punk Rock)
Regional Music (Country, Reggae)   |   Descriptor (Non-Genres, Uncategorized)

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