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Old 07-21-2008, 07:01 PM   #16
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No love for Shake your Body Down to the Ground or Don't Stop Till you Get Enough?
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Old 07-21-2008, 07:08 PM   #17
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Oooh...

Michael Jackson - Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'
Michael Jackson - PYT
Michael Jackson - Speed Demon
Michael Jackson - Smooth Criminal
Michael Jackson - Rock With You
Michael Jackson - Don't Stop Till You Get Enough
Michael Jackson - Jam
Michael Jackson - Remember The Time
Michael Jackson - Dangerous
Michael Jackson - Blood On The Dance Floor



And who can forget the ultimate good ol' party song!

Lionel Richie - All Night Long
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I've been listening to Cut Copy's album its kinda dance/electro (and there from Melbourne)
And the Presets, I'm sure you've heard the car ad with thier song on it, their Aussie too.

Kaz James's music is pretty electro/dance
Goldfrapp are also another band that are electro
Armand Van Helden is dance music
Some of the Rouge Traders songs are electro
TV Rock's album is oldish but its not to bad

I would also advise that you pick up a Ministry of Sound album, sometimes the Annual ones are about $30 for 2 discs.

Also Rage on ABC plays some of the music you are looking for.

There are a number of underground electro artisit from the uk, so maybe hunt around Myspace.
Was going to check out Cut Copy, looking to get some Sneaky Sounds System as well.

Hate the Presets on the back of the pharking All my people song ("Blah blah blah all of my people NYAH NYAH NYAH NYAH), TV Rock were a bit overrated.

Thanks all!!!
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Aye but check out Presets "This Boy's In Love" - quite awesome.
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Was going to check out Cut Copy, looking to get some Sneaky Sounds System as well.

Hate the Presets on the back of the pharking All my people song ("Blah blah blah all of my people NYAH NYAH NYAH NYAH), TV Rock were a bit overrated.

Thanks all!!!
Sneaky Sound Systems album was really good, I havent listened to it in a while, but it was good.

Your right TV rock were a bit overated.

intedomine right, also Girl and the sea is one of my fave songs of the presets.
Don't give up on them, I think they are worth it

Speaking of the Presets,

The are joining Cut copy on tour in America, would be good if both did shows down here together.
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I'll echo the Underworld fans in the house . . .

Get "Dubnobasswithmyheadman" and "Beaucoup Fish." Great stuff.

The Chemical Brothers and The Crystal Method also are favorites.
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How about Wham, wake me up before you go go or The Ramones Rock n roll high school.
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Thanks again all

and no offence, browneyedgirl, but Wham is the exact opposite of what I'm looking for here.
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Not just Jump - I found Madonnas entire Confession Album very disco.
thats why I love it.

nothing too slow you dont know how to dance, and nothing to fast it belongs to some Jungle Party where only guys could move to it.


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Check this out Cobble. A recent Ministry Of Sound release that has been advertised on Aussie Tv recently. Has so many mainstream classics. Might be a good introductory buy, and discover more from there on....
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Ambient electronica......
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Bit late to the party and I'm not sure what type of music you are looking for exactly.
Because some clubs/disco's play R&B and hiphop, while others play trance, house etc.

But I hope the below is of use to you, COBL_04 or anyone else interested :


* First of, there are a lot of genres.
Here's the wiki for electronic music :

List of electronic music genres - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


* There's a dance music radio station here in the SF Bay Area, Energy 92.7 and someone made a blog about the songs they play.

It's a very long list :

Energy 92.7 (San Francisco)

There also is a small one on their own page :

Energy 92.7 FM - playlist


* You could also check out the websites of some of the top / most popular DJ's in the world.
Some of them have weekly radioshows you can listen to online or podcasts you can download.

DJmag.com: Top 100 DJs - Results & History

#1 : Armin van Buuren : A State of Trance radioshow :

Armin van Buuren | Imagine | Going Wrong

Podcast : Armin van Buuren | Imagine | Going Wrong

# 2 : Tiesto : Tiesto's Club Life radioshow : Radio 538 = 102 FM - Tiësto's club life

Podcast : Radio 538 = 102 FM - Tiësto's club life Podcast

# 3 : John Digweed : Transistions : John Digweed | Transitions Volume 4 - Renaissance | OUT NOW Click on radio and select your region.

# 4 : Paul van Dyk
# 5 : Sasha
# 6 : Above & Beyond
# 7 : Carl Cox

# 8 : Ferry Corsten : Corsten's Countdown (click on the red banner on the right side of his website : Ferry Corsten and you'll go to a page where you can see the playlists of this year : 2008)

# 9 : Infected Mushroom
#10 : David Guetta


* Or check out : Digitally Imported - #1 Electronic Dance Radio music destination
Free radio channels featuring world renowned Artists, DJs, and the Hottest exclusive shows!)


* Or : 538 Dance Department, an online dance music station featuring the hottest and latest records non-stop – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week : Radio 538 = 102 FM - Dance Department UK


* XM radio and Sirius radio (US satelite radio stations) have dance channels :

XM Channel Lineup

Channel 80 - 84

SIRIUS Satellite Radio - Dance Radio Station – Listen to Electronic/Dance Music Radio on Sirius Satellite Radio – Dance Music Online


Enjoy your exploration!
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Not to diminish anyone else's comments (hey, even I posted here previously), but that's the best response so far, Miringeltje. Well done, and nice choices.

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^Oh i agree.

Very nice
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