Top 10 Best Rock Bands that Turned Into Pop Bands

U2: Transitioning from their post-punk roots, U2 embraced a more anthemic and radio-friendly sound in the 1980s.

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Twenty One Pilots: Blurring genre boundaries with their eclectic blend of rock, pop, and hip-hop influences.

The Beatles: Evolving from their early rock 'n' roll sound to sophisticated pop craftsmanship, The Beatles mastered the art of catchy melodies.

Paramore: Starting as a pop-punk band, Paramore gradually incorporated more pop elements into their sound.

Maroon 5: Originally a funk-influenced rock band, Maroon 5 shifted towards a poppier sound with their breakout album "Songs About Jane.

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Imagine Dragons: Blending rock instrumentation with electronic and pop sensibilities, Imagine Dragons rose to prominence with their catchy anthems.

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Fleetwood Mac: Initially known for their bluesy rock sound, Fleetwood Mac achieved mainstream success with their pop-oriented albums in the late 1970s.

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Fall Out Boy: Initially part of the mid-2000s emo-pop wave, Fall Out Boy embraced a more pop-oriented sound with their later albums.

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Coldplay: While they began as a relatively straightforward rock band, Coldplay found massive commercial success with their anthemic pop-rock sound.

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Bastille: Combining indie rock aesthetics with electronic production and pop sensibilities, Bastille broke through with their debut album "Bad Blood.

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