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Michael Milosh sang in an androgynous alto and collaborated with Danish producer Robin Hannibal on arrangements that blended smooth jazz, gentle R&B, and crooning soft rock.
Welcome Home was released in 2006, which featured some major early-2000s soft rock vibes with religious-themed lyrics.
The Korean-language lead single off their 2017 album, Love Yourself: Her, is a rich concoction of soft rock and brain-burrowing EDM-pop.
Becker and Fagen relied on the same studio musicians that played on countless soft rock records, pushing these session players to deliver precise performances.
After playing a nice upbeat music mix during the Dodgers time on the field, the playlist turned to a mix of 70s and 80s soft rock.
The stadium's audio system switched from rap to soft rock for Houston's batters to take their cuts.
Though some may form from the percolation of acidic rainwater that eats away at the soft rocks, others come from underwater bacterial activity, which also forms acids, according to the Bahamas Cave Research Foundation.
The soundtrack alone, with its intrusive string of montage-backing soft rock tunes, could shut down less forgiving viewers.
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Definition of soft rock for English Language Learners
: rock music with a gentler sound and slower beat than hard rock
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