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The FTD Book/CD release "Flashback" is quite popular among fans. Not less than 88% of 500+ voters said they do like the release in our quickpoll. The new question is "Is July 5 rightfully claimed to be the birth of Rock'n'Roll?".
Updated: Jul 4, 2004 

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Lex (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 9, 2004report abuse
Rock 'n' Roll is not born, it's created.
juant33 (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 5, 2004report abuse
I´m sure july 5th 1954 is the bird of Rock´n´Roll.
pacer1965 (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 5, 2004report abuse
After your answer Sean I am not sure if i should vote yes or no to july 5th 1954 being the birth of Rock n Roll. I love your opinon and I totally agree with you.
ElvisO7 (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 5, 2004report abuse
Sean, you are so right! EP was born & then R&R was born.
gribz (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 4, 2004report abuse
Good response Sean. July 5th 1954 was certainly the Big Bang of youth culture and the transformation of Rock and Roll and Pop nmusic forever..
TCBn with TLC Bet (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 4, 2004report abuse
Hey Sean, now that brought a lopsided smile to my lips...
Sean Ryan (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 4, 2004report abuse
Wouldnt say that July 5th 1954 was the birth of Rock 'n' Roll. I think the birth of Rock'n'Roll was January 8th 1935.

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