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1 The songs were both catchy and original.
2 "This really is a catchy rhythm, huh?" he added, with a few little hops.
3 The song's so catchy it makes you bounce round the living room or tap your feet.
4 He has an unerring talent for writing catchy melodies.
5 It was a catchy tune .
6 The initiative has been given the supposedly catchy title of the "Citizen's Charter".
7 He writes catchy tunes with lavish pop hooks and huge slices of melody.
8 You could go for advertising hype,[www.Sentencedict.com] the catchy floor displays or the flashy packaging.
9 He writes catchy tunes with lavish pop hooks and huge slices of melody. Rough edges are few and far between.
10 An insistent blend of noise, rifts and catchy melodies.
11 They also have an eye for a catchy phrase.
12 Whatever, Mesmerised is a really pretty, catchy perhaps even poppy, little tune.
13 Sure, Fleetwood Mac was responsible for some great, catchy tunes.
14 The next example is the catchy syncopated intro riff taken from the single Teaser.
15 It was silly but it was catchy, and children loved it, which is always the sign of a good tune.
16 Catchy tunes, though, and everyone had a singalong.
17 Some catchy and not so catchy tunes help spread the green message.
18 This can be infectious in small doses, and her catchy anthem, Finally, is pop at its most celebratory.
19 Dawson's obsessives will recognise this jangly, guitar-pop the second the catchy chorus kicks in.
20 Like title fights, the Super Bowl would need a catchy name or phrase that symbolizes the magnitude of the cosmic event.
21 After almost $ 20, 000 in legal fees, though, Frederick Brewing won approval with its catchy label intact.
22 He knew the words to every song, and he had a loud catchy voice Norm envied.
23 It would be no use using an unusual and catchy approach with a very conservative firm.
24 With his Soft Machine background, his deadpan baritone, his witty lyrics and catchy tunes, how could he fail?
25 The Last To Know is the most exuberant track, helped by a vibrant horn section and a catchy melody.
26 But this machine played music no-one had ever heard before. Catchy tunes, though, and everyone had a singalong.
27 The Liberal Democrats, in apparent decline, were in the meantime searching for a more catchy slogan.
28 Both sides have sought in recent days to hook jurors by summing up four months of testimony in a few catchy slogans.
29 The album is an absolute feast of fully cranked guitar and catchy pop choruses.
30 These two raccoon-eyed psychos have lost none of their no-holds-barred energy or their penchant for writing catchy melodies.