n. Dandified form of rock 'n' roll in which the performers are more concerned with their clothes than with their music.

Example Citation:
"In his spare time, one of President Clinton's bright new White House recruits dresses as an 18th century dandy—blond wig, scarlet lipstick and velvet knee-breeches—and sings songs of upper class angst such as Let Them Eat Rock and Friend of a Friend of the Working Class. Ted Widmer, whose day job is director of speech writing at the National Security Council, plays guitar and sings at night for a 'fop-rock' group, the Upper Crust."
—Hugo Gurdon, "Rocking Clinton aide has dandy sideline", The Daily Telegraph

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