>>61816666 That's not twelve-tone though, it's chromatic, at times microtonal, but definitely tonal. I think the entire concept of atonality might be so at odds with the end goal of pop music that it's actually impossible.
>>61816823 Maybe. Harmony-wise it would probably be impossible, but if you used the same structure (verse/chorus/verse) with poppy lyrics and instrumentation and it might resemble pop. The result would certainly be interesting.
People usually don't called normal pop music "12 tone music" although I see your point. And to answer OP's question, Frank Zappa most likely used a 12 tone matrix to come up with some of his passages but I can't think of any examples. I wouldn't be surprised if other pop artists used it at one point in time, but it does seem very counterintuitive to the method of creating pop music.
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