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  1. A teenage tragedy song is a style of ballad in popular music that peaked in popularity in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Examples of the style are also known as " tear jerkers ", " death discs " or " splatter platters ", [1] among other colorful sobriquets coined by DJs that then passed into vernacular as the songs became popular.

  2. Pages in category "Teenage tragedy songs" The following 29 pages are in this category, out of 29 total. This list may not reflect recent changes . * Teenage tragedy song 0–9 18 and Life B Baba O'Riley Bat Out of Hell (song) Black Denim Trousers and Motorcycle Boots Blasphemous Rumours / Somebody D Dead Man's Curve (song) The Death of Emmett Till E

  3. Teenage Tragedies - Wikipedia Teenage Tragedies Teenage Tragedies (aka Teenage Tragedy) is a compilation album of teen tragedy songs released on Rhino Records in 1984. Contents 1 Release data 2 Packaging 3 Reception 4 Track listing 5 References Release data [ edit] The album was conceived and compiled by Rhino Records co-founder Richard Foos.

    • What Hurts The Most
    • Too Many Examples
    • OH My Darling, Clementine
    • Hobo and The Rose
    • Seasons in The Sun
    • Review of 'Issues'

    Would the Rascal Flatts song, "What Hurts the Most," qualify as a teenage tragedy song? I ask this because of the subject matter of the video (a young girl mourning the death of her boyfriend, before switching over to their courtship and the events leading to the boyfriend's fatal car accident); I also seem to remember that, much like "Leader of th...

    Does this article really need so many examples? It seems more like a list of every song with a tragic theme of some sort than an illustration of the teenage tragedy genre. "Leah" speaks of a "lost love" but not directly of any tragedy. "Seasons in the Sun" is the story of a dying man, whose original lyrics make it clear he is more than a teenager. ...

    Wouldn't that be considered a very early example of a teenage tragedy song? Stonemason89 (talk) 14:14, 27 July 2009 (UTC)[reply] 1. There is a need for a well-sourced paragraph describing the development of this type of song from the folk ballad tradition, and a song like "Clementine" could well form part of that story. But, we need reliable (proba...

    can the song Hobo and the rose for Webb Pierce be considered teen tragedy? the song is told by the view of a witness-- (talk) 21:44, 25 August 2009 (UTC)[reply]

    Is this really a "teenage tragedy" song? Certainly, it is "narrated" by a dying man, but there is nothing in any version I am familiar with that indicates this is a teenager and/or that he died tradgically. Indeed, it seems to me just as likely to be an old man recalling all his life on his deathbed, although I will admit when the listed version ca...

    How does one re-submit an article for review, over the 'multiple issues' that have been addressed? or perhaps it is not quite there yet? Ghmyrtle -- what do you think?Dano67 (talk) 17:07, 27 May 2016 (UTC)[reply] 1. Per H:MTR, it seems to me that the issues have been substantially addressed, so I'll remove the tags and see if anyone objects. Ghmyrt...

  4. › wiki › Teenage_tragedy_songTeenager Tragödie Lied

    Ein Teenager-Tragödielied ist ein Balladenstil in der populären Musik, der in den späten 1950er und frühen 1960er Jahren seinen Höhepunkt erreichte. Beispiele für diesen Stil sind auch als " Tränenjerker ", " Death Discs " oder " Splatter Platters " bekannt, neben anderen bunten Sobriketts, die von DJs geprägt wurden, die dann in die Volkssprache übergingen, als die Songs populär ...