new wave

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  • So it was a little kind of a new wave country song.
  • O ship, new waves will bear you back again to sea. Cited from The Works of Horace, by Horace [Tr.: C. Smart]
  • This was a record of short rock songs with a strong New Wave influence.
  • This led to a change in the album's sound to electronic new wave.
  • The group was part of the British new wave movement.
  • It may have been a response to the under-produced, new wave efforts on the radio at the time.
  • Both films were significant examples of the British New Wave of film-making.
  • Young German directors made films that came to be known as the German new wave.
  • The Network is a six-piece new wave band.
  • Many former settlers gradually returned and a new wave of settlers arrived in the following years.
  • The album was well received by the press and by an emerging new wave audience.
  • With the railroad came a new wave of settlers to the area.
  • At the heart of New Wave technique is the issue of money and production value.
  • The album's sound has been described as less punk and more new wave than its predecessor.
  • They were like waves, and each new wave engulfs some one group of the society.
  • They then led the new wave band Major Thinkers for some years.
  • The band announced they were rehearsing and writing again for a new Waves album.
  • First, he got involved in various new wave bands where he was the singer and the programmer.
  • Also that year, WKTU added more dance-based new wave to the format.
  • The album received positive reviews by critics, and it is said to have established the new wave of metal.
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