Bay City Rollers
The Bay City Rollers were a pop phenomenon in the mid-1970s, taking their money-in-the-bank mix of good looks, pop hooks, and just a dash of rock-&-roll danger from their native Scotland to the States and back again. The Rollers' music was pure bubblegum in the tradition of the Partridge Family and the Ohio Express, and it proved hugely popular with adolescent girls. Of course, in a classic example of pop music's Faustian underbelly, the Rollers' career had collapsed by the end of the '70s, and troubles with drugs and the law plagued the various members. Still, nostalgia for the band lingered into the new millennium.
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