I miss the late 1990s-early 2000s era of bubblegum teenage pop and odd, futuristic euro-dance music. This was epitomized by songs like I'm Blue and Baby Look at Us Now. At least back then, corny commercial teenage artists weren't afraid to be precisely that. It had its own genre and was taken to the very max. You knew what you were getting. Nowadays, since everyone is ashamed of it, crummy teenage artists try to be more "in the closet" about their crumminess, and so you don't get the unique, explicitly lousy teenage pop/dance music of say 15 to 13 years ago.