Thursday, October 17, 2019

Is America Becoming Sinicized

A little over 40 years ago, Chinese Communist strongman and reformer Deng Xiaoping began 15 years of sweeping economic reforms. They were designed to end the disastrous, even murderous planned economy of Mao Zedong, who died in 1976.
The results of Deng's revolution astonished the world. In four decades, China went from a backward basket case to the second-largest economy on the planet. It lifted hundreds of millions of Chinese into the global middle class.
Deng's revolution came at a cost of terrible environmental damage, the rampant destruction of local communities and continued political repression. A more efficient economy empowered dictatorship.
Abroad, China systematically violated every tenet of international trade and commerce. It stole copyrights and patents. It ran up huge trade surpluses. It dumped products at below the cost of production to hook international customers. It threatened critics with boycotts, divestments and expulsions. It manipulated its currency. It demanded technology transfers from companies doing business in China. It created a vast espionage network in Western countries to steal technology. And it increasingly bullied and threatened its Asian neighbors.
Such criminality abroad and such repression at home was contextualized and mostly excused by Western nations.
U.S. foreign policy toward China seemed to be based on the belief that the more China modernized and the more affluent its citizens became, the more inevitable Chinese political freedom would be.

Supposedly a free-market China would drop its communist past to become a Westernized democracy such as Japan, South Korea or Taiwan. Once China fully joined the family of successful, law-abiding nations, it would empower Western freedoms and help create a stable international order.
None of that came close to happening.
There was never evidence that China wished to end communism -- other than to allow some market reforms designed to strengthen its dictatorial rule and its influence overseas.
If in the past Chinese communism impoverished its own citizens but left the world mostly alone, now it has enriched more than a billion people at home and terrified 6 billion abroad.
Far from a newly rich China becoming Westernized politically, the West and the rest of the world are more likely to become politically repressive like China.
Westerners, who apologize when Islamists kill cartoonists and journalists for supposedly insulting Islam, do not say a word when China puts a million Muslims into re-education camps, bulldozes Islamic cemeteries and shuts down mosques.
Loud human rights lions in Europe turn into kittens when it is a question of Chinese organ harvesting, forced abortions and sterilizations, and the jailing and execution of dissidents.
American environmentalists demand a radical shutdown of the current fossil-fuel-based U.S. economy. They say little about greenhouse gas emissions from China, the biggest polluter in the world by far.
Outspoken NBA athletes and hip Hollywood celebrities damn the Second Amendment, curse their president and boycott states they find politically incorrect. But they become abject cowards when it comes to China.
Loud college students who disrupt campus speakers and forbid free speech never say a word about the horrendous human rights record of China. They ignore strident Chinese expatriate student supporters on campus.
College deans who weigh in on global morality say nothing about Chinese gulags or crackdowns against Hong Kong.

Why are we becoming more like China than China is like us?
China has the world's largest consumer market. Corporations get rich outsourcing their factories to take advantage of its cheap labor. They all compete for lucrative markets of television viewers, tech consumers and students.

Western intellectuals always romanticize lethal communists as misguided idealists rather than stone-cold authoritarians. Mao is still a hero to many in the West despite his liquidation of some 50 million people over his violent career.
China does not fool around. Beijing does not just threaten neutrals, rivals and enemies, but uses its economic clout -- and no doubt soon its growing military power -- to force acquiescence. An appeasing world is terrified about what a huge military and economic colossus of 1.4 billion people will soon be able to do to its critics.
A non-diverse and abjectly racist China plays the victim card brilliantly. It often claims that as an Asian nation it suffers racial bias from the Western white establishment. China always channels the victimization myth that supposedly oppressed nonwhite peoples cannot themselves be oppressors.
All these reasons and more explain why there wasn't a single major Western politician who warned the world of a frightening, Chinese-dominated future -- one in which the West turned into China rather than China into the West.
The single figure who finally issued such a warning, brash Donald Trump -- without prior military or political experience -- was as loudly and publicly damned as he was privately and quietly admired for doing so.

Wednesday, October 09, 2019

Top 50 Death Metal Albums

  1. Altars Of Madness - Morbid Angel
  2. Human - Death
  3. Scream Bloody Gore - Death
  4. Seven Churches - Possessed
  5. Unquestionable Presence - Atheist
  6. Necroticism: Descanting The Insalubrious - Carcass
  7. Blessed Are The Sick - Morbid Angel
  8. Pierced From Within - Suffocation
  9. Left Hand Path - Entombed
10. Cause of Death - Obituary
11. Legion - Deicide
12. Mental Funeral - Autopsy
13. Like An Ever Flowing Stream - Dismember
14. Nespithe - Demilich
15. Heartwork - Carcass
16. Slaughter Of The Soul - At The Gates
17. Individual Thought Patterns - Death
18. Clandestine - Entombed
19. Focus - Cynic
20. World Downfall - Terrorizer
21. Deicide - Deicide
22. Slowly We Rot - Obituary
23. Covenant - Morbid Angel
24. The Bleeding - Cannibal Corpse
25. Morbid Visions - Sepultura
26. Leprosy - Death
27. Symphonies of Sickness - Carcass
28. Harmony Corruption - Napalm Death
29. None So Vile - Cryptopsy
30. Here In After - Immolation
31. Severed Survival - Autopsy
32. My Arms, Your Hearse - Opeth
33. Tomb of the Mutilated - Cannibal Corpse
34. Symbolic - Death
35. Tales from A Thousand Lakes - Amorphis
36. Consuming Impulse - Pestilence
37. The Gallery - Dark Tranquility
38. Effigy of the Forgotten - Suffocation
39. Piece of Time - Athiest
40. Horrified - Repulsion
41. Close To A World Below - Immolation
42. The End Complete - Obituary
43. Jester Race - In Flames
44. Annihilation of the Wicked - Nile
45. Slumber of Sullen Eyes - Demigod
46. Onward to Golgotha - Incantation
47. Dark Recollections - Carnage
48. Crimson - Edge of Sanity
49. Abducted - Hypocrisy
50. Obscura - Gorguts

Sunday, October 06, 2019

Andrew Yang: Bernie’s And Warren’s ‘Wealth Tax’ Would Be Disastrous

We all know that Democrats want to redistribute the ultra-wealthiest Americans’ money through mass taxation. It seems everybody on the left who is running for the presidency thinks a “wealth tax” is a good idea. But, there is only one candidate who explains why this tax would never work. Andrew Yang, political outsider, is against a wealth tax more because it would be impossible to enforce, not necessarily that it would kill industry.
Here is what CNBC’s John Harwood asked Andrew Yang:
The Republican economists I talked to who praise the efficiency of what you proposed contrasted it with the wealth tax that Sanders and Warren have talked about. They say it just won’t work, won’t raise the money, will trigger a lot of evasion. There are measurement problems. Do you think the wealth tax is a bad idea?
Here’s what Yang responded with:
I think the wealth tax is an idea, in spirit, that makes sense, given the wealth distribution. But in practice it would have massive implementation problems. There would be capital flight, wealthy people would renounce their citizenship. And the bigger problem isn’t even the money. It’s the annual inventorying of their assets. The truly wealthy in this country have zero interest in submitting to an annual audit of all of their assets. They barely know what all their assets are. And the last thing they’re going to do is report them every year and then pay a toll. So you would have massive compliance problems. And to me there are better ways to make this economy fair, though I understand the spirit of it and the intent of it. But I agree that it would be somewhere between problematic and a disaster in practice.
To be clear, the government taking people’s money to redistribute it amongst the masses is never a good idea “in spirit.” In fact, it is called socialism and it kills the human spirit. But, at least Yang is realistic enough to understand a “wealth tax” could never actually work out

This Whistleblower Complaint Sure Is Reading Like The Steele Dossier

House Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Devin Nunes (R-CA) on Wednesday told Fox News’ Martha MacCallum he believes the whistleblower complaint filed against President Donald Trump for a call made with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky “reads like the Steele dossier.”
“We learned about this three weeks ago on a late Friday night press release that was multiple pages long, about a paragraph long,” Nunes said about the whistleblower complaint.
Nunes comments come after it was learned that Schiff knew about the whistleblower’s complaint a month before it was brought to the Intelligence Committee.
“We got that, Republicans receive that, what on Earth is going on here. All of you in the press office, why is this being pumped up as big,” he said. “A few days later after a briefing, Schiff briefs us a little bit on this and claims he doesn’t know exactly what this is, but it must be really important.”
“Those are just two sets of facts that clearly he’s trying to pump up and promote this story. And that we find out that, yeah, because his staff knew about it ahead of time,” he said. “The thing not clear is when did they actually find out about it. We still don’t have a date, when did the whistleblower start talking to the Democrats of the Intelligence Committee? It would’ve been very easy to just tell us. He had multiple opportunities to tell.”
According to Nunes, there are similarities between how the dossier was written and how the whistleblower complaint was written.
“From reading the complaint, this person is a supposing intelligence officer. Intelligence officers are trained to not have only first-hand sources, but multiple first-hand sources that can corroborate the evidence. So this intelligence person knows this. That’s not what is in the complaint,” Nunes said. “It’s all hearsay. There’s no first-hand evidence. To me, this is somebody — I don’t even believe this whistleblower wrote this complaint because it’s written in a way that reads exactly like the Steele dossier, which, for your viewers, I think they know, the Steele was a Clinton bought and paid for.”
“The president says today Adam Schiff had a hand in writing that actual complaint. But is there any evidence to back that up?” MacCallum asked.
“No, but it looks like from at least the stories that were written earlier about this, okay, that are from known Russia hoax writers, journalists, then retweeted out by Democrats on the committee, that we learn the Democrats on the committee knew about it, so it has all the markings of the Russia hoax,” Nunes explained. “Certainly, don’t forget, the whole explanation how the regulations got changed a week before the whistleblower came in and actually didn’t get changed online until they were asked by the press, I think the IC IG — I suspect that he had to know something too.”
The dossier, which was put together by former British spy Christopher Steele and paid for by Hillary Clinton’s campaign, was unverified and used to obtain a FISA warrant. The dossier ultimately lead to spying on Donald Trump’s campaign for alleged collusion with Russia. Special Counsel Robert Mueller ultimately declared a collusion did not take place

Schiff Is ‘Basically the Jussie Smollett of Congress on Steroids’

Donald Trump Jr. went off on House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff Wednesday, comparing the California Democrat to Jussie Smollett.
“Adam Schiff has never been afraid of a microphone. He’s never met a camera he didn’t love. And frankly, he’s never met a camera he didn’t lie to. Adam Schiff is basically the Jussie Smollett of Congress on steroids. I’ve never seen anything so ridiculous,” Trump Jr. said on Fox News’s “Hannity.”
Last week, during his opening remarks at a House Intelligence hearing with acting Director of National Intelligence, Joseph Maguire, Schiff read a made-up summary of the Ukraine call’s transcript, claiming it was “part parody.”
Schiff also knew about the whistleblower complaint before it was made, according to a New York Times report, meaning he lied when he said “we did not speak directly to the whistleblower.” President Trump even accused him of helping write it, too.
Trump Jr. said if he did even a fraction of what Schiff has done, he’d be in jail.
“If I lied even a little bit … like Adam Schiff has lied to the American people, and in front of Congress the other day, they’d throw me in jail for perjury,” Trump Jr. said. “He’s done it over and over. … He’s probably the person that magically leaked my emails and edited them —which was the big CNN bombshell which made it seem like I got the WikiLeaks stuff the week before as opposed to a week after

Monday, September 30, 2019

Have you been paying attention to Foreign nations?

Have you been paying attention to what has been happening in South Africa, Argentina, Venezuela, Brazil, Turkey, Japan and China?  If you are like most Americans, you have not been.  Most Americans don’t seem to really care too much about what is happening in the rest of the world, but they should.  In major cities all over the globe right now, there is looting, violence, shortages of basic supplies, and runs on the banks.  We are not at a “global economic collapse” stage yet, but things are getting worse with each passing day.  For a while, I have felt that 2019 would turn out to be a major “turning point” for the global economy, and so far that is exactly what it is turning out to be.  The world is on the cusp of an economic collapse and a major stock market crash, and most global investors haven't strapped on their rain boots nor deployed their umbrellas for what is coming in 2020. As we note in this piece, the most vulnerable fall first, all eyes on emerging markets for the next domino to drop.  The following are 7 early warning signs that we are rapidly approaching a global economic collapse: #1 Panic In Emerging Markets: South African Stocks On Track For Worst 3Q Since 2011 #2 Argentina just suffered the 2nd-biggest crash since 1950 for any stock market — and the nation is again on the brink of a financial crisis #3 Venezuela hyperinflation hits 10 million percent #4 Brazil unemployment and poverty are getting worse #5 Turkey’s economy similar to before 2001 financial crash – ex-central bank governor #6 The growing debt of China could trigger a financial crisis #7 Japan’s Economy Falls to Lowest Since Early 2010 In light of everything above, is there anyone out there that still wants to claim that “everything is going to be okay” for the global economy?
Sadly, most people are not even aware of most of these things. A major global stock market crash and the next Great Depression e is rapidly approaching, and most people don’t even seem to notice the storm clouds that are gathering on the horizon.

Sunday, September 22, 2019

Why Wisconsin is a bad place to live

First, it has extreme climate and isn’t suitable for people with sensitive bodies. Hell it isn’t suitable for anyone in my opinion. Many remain and disregard what it potentially does to them. In a 24 hour period you’ll witness a 20 degree fluctuation either up or down. The wind is constantly blowing between 10 to 30 mph with gusts as high 40 mph. This is especially true in fall when cold is fighting to take over. I’ve seen higher gusts, but they’re not as frequent and occur maybe once a month sometimes more. Anything under 10 mph is rare especially in fall and winter. Humidity and dew also fluctuate a lot along with pollen and ragweed. This makes allergies, asthma and sinus’s a total nightmare. Also, there is something outside of everything I’ve mentioned, which affects your body year round, especially in winter. If I had to guess, I’d say it is environmental. The symptoms feel an awful lot like flu or what bone cancer patients describe. It makes your teeth and body ache bad.
Second, if you don’t have children or belong to a circle you will be possibly lonely, alienated and stereotyped here. I’ve noticed people who do stuff in this state make it a point to isolate folks in this category. Wisconsin is huge on raising families, so much they seem obsessed (Janesville is the worst). All business except for bars is modeled around this ideology. Some cities you can’t even find a 9 o’clock movie, except on weekends or summer months, when kids are out of school. This place is super boring. It’s exactly like watching their sports, slow and methodical. On Halloween, you can’t even find a haunted house, they’ve closed em all. Nearest one in south central is Rockford, and maybe one in Milwaukee. They have all this odd stuff in Wisconsin for soft people. I’m talking trails, corn mazes and stupid stuff. It isn’t remotely scary for adults unless you’re Elmer Fudd. You’d think Halloween night they’d have a late showing for adults at theaters. NOPE! The guy who owns theaters in counties like Walworth and Rock closes and never takes care of them. There is nothing else in neighboring counties which leaves a person to drive at least an hour or more for something basic.
I also rarely see people in public in their 30’s or 40’s. People here sleep a lot, especially after football season and march madness. Wisconsin is a huge couch potatoe state and enjoys bundling up and staying indoors. Which is fine some nights, but nightly? When I was on west coast or down south I had no trouble meeting people and making new friends. Growing up in Wisconsin and being back here after leaving, in comparison the difference is like night and day. It’s a lot like moving from Los Angeles to North Pole with a few more people, but same amount of activities and a few extra buildings. It is very gloomy and leaves you freaked or depressed. If you’re a consultant or any other profession, which allows flexibility to set hours or work from home you’ll hate it here. People will judge and not believe you let alone understand how that life is possible. They just don’t understand anything beyond their lives and firmly believe anything else is bad. Wisconsin consists mostly of small to middle sized business, and they almost never hire consultants, let alone someone who works like that. They simply don’t have a need for it because of their size, and this is why they can’t understand it. Such a thing is mostly utilized in state of the art facilities for large corporations, which don’t exist in this part of the world (except for a few outdated facilities in Chicago or Detroit). Most business is family owned and a nightmare to work for. It’s like a good ol’ boy network, guilty of nepotism and unfair hiring practices. The State says it’s equal opportunity, but when corporations like General Motors, Kraft, Chrysler and others were still around, applications were given to friends and family only. The railroad here does the same thing.
Schools here grant preferential treatment to friends and family. Growing up in this is state I witnessed it first hand in academics and athletics. Complaints to upper level leadership resolves nothing and makes it worse. If you get on their bad side, which is easy to do, they will most certainly blacklist you. People here also carry heavy chips on their shoulders and never forgive. I figure this is hurting them in many aspects of life, but good luck conveying it. They don’t listen and many give illusion they care, but midway through you realize it’s an act.
Atmosphere in Wisconsin frowns upon a lifestyle with flexibility or great pay. Doctors and lawyers get away with it because they work themselves to death and are needed. This area in a lot of ways harasses and encourages you to except a life of mediocrity, so you will be like your surroundings. Perhaps it’s jealousy or envy, but either way it is very real. Just watch their athletic teams like UW Men’s Basketball. Pay attention to how they slow the game down and bore the viewers. It’s like watching a bunch of snails play canasta. Someone should inform their teachers, education isn’t only about what you know, but how quickly you can answer it. You ask them a question and it takes them forever to compile a response. I don’t think any of them were timed in classes. Mostly they pretend they can’t hear you so you’ll repeat yourself, just so they can slow it down. Interesting how everyone in this state has a hearing problem, but elsewhere like Illinois they hear just fine.
The people here mostly do stuff with families. If they do go out with friends, which is rare, it will be with kids they grew up with (cliques), and probably to a local tavern (which are chock full of rednecks). Unfortunately, environment in Wisconsin is designed to push you out by death or moving. I know that sounds sad, but it is true. And it isn’t like they advertise that or say it, but after you’ve experienced what I have, your overall analysis will be exactly what I just described, unless you’re delusional, or had much better. And again, this was my experience outside of circles. If you’re in their circles it’s much better. I had no other distractions like most, and nothing but time to analyze and write about it. Most my age had kids or family things to stay occupied and I had none of that. I spent years in situations where I was alone on the holidays and no one invited me over for Thanksgiving or anything. Oddly, these same people are volunteering at local soup kitchens and hospice facilities, without even considering for a moment what landed victims there. I think they’re fakes and frauds, because they’re only volunteering for credit on paper, and not doing it for the common good. When I lived elsewhere, people totally had same distractions like kids and their jobs, but it never stopped them from recognizing the obvious. Most people in Wisconsin are the type that don’t seem to give a damn, or think how it can backfire.
Third, driving in this state is a major nightmare. Not only does it possess the worst designed roadways, but it has the worst drivers. I’m talking about people who think safety is all about driving extremely slow. If they aren’t totally dense and dumb, they’re vindictive and dangerous. Many try to enforce their view point by utilizing their automobile as a weapon. They’ll either hog a lane, swerve at you or speed up so you can’t pass. Something else they’re notorious for is leaving an extreme amount of space in front. In cities where intersection traffic lights are not synced (as most are in Wisconsin) this is a major problem, because it causes unsafe scenarios, and bottlenecks. They’re also not fanning out and utilizing all lanes. They’ll bunch up in one lane, because they’re afraid to merge or switch. It is the most hilarious and idiotic display of driving you’ll ever witness. All the police do is enforce speeding, but when an accident occurs because of high speed they pay more attention to other. The state has circles all over trying to slow people down, but fail to recognize dangers associated with them. They think it is safe to have officers patrolling and distracting motorists by parking in middle sections of roadways and causing large distractions. They especially do this during rush hours. In my opinion, it’s all about money masquerading as safety which is sad.
Fourth, medical in this state is appalling. From human medicine to veterinary medicine, it’s extremely messed up. Think of it as one huge machine of profit and potentially worst in the country. All the medical professionals are in cahoots. I honestly believe it’s one large clandestine circle of corruption. All of this is suppose to be monitored by state and federal entities who don’t do squat! Gee I wonder why? Most the board members WORK IN THIS INDUSTRY! In veterinary medicine, you got doctors holding ethical care hostage for the sake of profit and study. It’s nothing short of a lie masquerading as proper care, stamped with the governments seal of approval. You can practically see it when you develop a few year relationship with a vet. The University of Wisconsin Madison Veterinary program has taken billions over the years from biotech and governments to test on live animals. I theorize they also do this on a clinical level, and use all their cronies throughout the state. Take time to research background and educational upbringing of your veterinarian. I’ll bet you nine times out of ten they obtained their education from University of Wisconsin Madison and communicate regularly. I had a difficult time locating a veterinarian throughout the state who didn’t attend this alma mater. And ones who didn’t attended University of Iowa, which works closely with them. For the price of an exploratory surgery on a feline at UW, you can get a kidney transplantation, plus all kinds of follow up at UC Davis (which first started the program on kidneys and are far more experienced). UW will take your money and act like they don’t know what they’re doing. In fact, afterward you’ll get a clear demonstration, and then your pet will die. After that they’ll still act pompous while behaving like total idiots absent of sympathy. How do I know? Because they did it to me and others. Take time to read reviews on Google when you get a chance. You’ll have to dig deep for the real ones, because they’re hidden by what I believe are fake reviews. I think a lot of their reviewers are clinical only or close family and friends. You got people reviewing themselves in all aspects of business in this state, which is unethical.
With human medicine it is all hmo’s, and we all know their reputations. One in particular has someone representing their legal who used to serve as head person at the State of Wisconsin on ethics and affairs. If that isn’t conflict of interest or pure corruption I don’t know what is. This guy has inside knowledge of stuff at the state level, and can literally guide an organization in whatever direction it chooses free of liability. How do I know this? I was troubleshooting something and stumbled across it along with many other details Plus a close friend works for one of them. You’d be amazed just how little and shallow people research things.
Fifth, the state lacks large cities. Two biggest are probably Madison and Milwaukee, and this isn’t saying much. Madison is probably the best and has a better organized government, but both lack size which matters. It matters for kids and young adults. Activities are limited, especially key times of year. Another large problem is contractual help for home services. Outside of Madison and Milwaukee you’re at the mercy of a system of contractors who only help cronies. It’s impossible to get anyone from larger areas to travel outside to you. THEY ALL TALK and believe whatever the hell another jerk contractor tells them, and have a strong tendancy to blacklist and treat outsiders like dirt. Contractual help in this state and northern Illinois is among the worst in the country in my opinion. If they aren’t misrepresenting themselves, they’re ripping customers off badly. A lot of em have their services advertised as business or residential, which is totally misleading. If you’re a resident and not a business, and have an appointment scheduled, it will get bumped if a business comes along and needs them (which happens MOST OF THE TIME). The area needs people who strictly work residential only or run their schedules first come. You have this in larger cities, which Wisconsin is largely deprived of.
Sixth, southern Wisconsin has many issues with cellular service. Undoubtedly the best choice for clear reception in south central is U.S. Cellular. The problem with this choice is reception isn’t clear outside the area. For instance, if you travel to Chicago you begin to witness intermittent connectivity south of Rockford, which continues well within Chicago itself. Phone itself is ok, but data is where most issues occur. It’s exact same dilemma with AT&T in southern Wisconsin. It’s no big secret how expensive smart phones can be as well as the plans required to run them. Imagine requiring two from two different providers, just so you can live in Wisconsin. It’s absurd, and I’ll bet demand has something to do with it, despite what both claim. Oh they have plenty of towers in Wisconsin, but if the problem isn’t your tower quantity rather network overutilization, this can produce problems as well. U.S. Cellular does have agreements with providers in Illinois, but what’s being offered vs. what’s actually existent are not the same. It has been this way for years with both companies, and reporting the problems does nothing to this day.
Lastly, the biggest reason I hate Wisconsin is the people drive me up the wall. All they do is obsess about sports, drinking and family, and are the biggest fakes, liars opportunists you’ll ever know. I’ve witnessed large problems with backstabbing, stereotyping and gang stalking. And it’s near impossible to make friends, because existing circles are tightly closed and extremely over analytical. Even if you’re lucky and they accept you, I guarantee you’ll hate it and be miserable, because they’re nothing but opportunists. When the chips are down and you need em for emotional support, they’re no where to be found, but when they need something you’re suppose to drop what you’re doing. They only use you or lead you on in case something better comes along, and when it does, you won’t hear from them. You have to constantly watch your possessions and your spouse, because moment you turn your back they’re right there messing with it.
Most people here are atheist or agnostic and many are masquerading as the opposite. Religious people who exist are too religious and block out their surroundings or spend all their time trying to convert others. They also believe good medical help is managed care, plus no one laughs or has fun, unless they’re hurting someone physically or mentally.
Again, the above is my experience growing up in Wisconsin, and now being back here for over 10 years. I had more time to test things.  Not everyone has the same opinions as me and your experience might be different. I personally don’t believe the area is for everyone and always have a difficult time in this state. I suppose it’s possible that sometimes affects my perception, but I honestly don’t think so.

Later in 2019 I will go into more detail utilizing examples. Most who live in Wisconsin will tell you north is better and they’re right. That matters when combating rough winters and it also matters because of the outdoor activities in north. You also have Minnesota nearby, which can be great in summer.

People outside of Wisconsin will dislike the place because of its people. The small populations result in a lack of social skills. Though when someone new with appealing characteristics (I.e. good looks, athleticism, etc.) they always make poor attempts to get the attention of the outsider through antagonistic remarks, usually lying “or speculation”. On top of their poor behavior, Wisconsites’ always blame other people for there mistakes/behavior, often putting their problems on other people rather than solve them.
Madison, Wisconsin itself void of the people is alright. The people have low self esteem and often want to stay in their “small town reality”, away from the skilled, or gifted people (considered competition).
Often when trying to get attention females will take the most passive lazy approach of walking slowly in front of you. Sometimes blocking your path, touching their hair, or some other scared effortless attempt. Where I come from the interested person starts a conversation. Its understood the interested person is physically attracted and know they need to show additional worth when unequal.
Both the young and old men will lie anytime you wear a hat. It could be 20 degrees and they will accuse you, under there breath, of being bald… but only if you are better looking or more confident than them.
Most Wisconsinites have no chance thriving in the real world due to their poor manners and low self-esteem. I doubt most other Americans will have to tolerate Wisconsites. They like their imaginary world. Its unlikely they will move across state lines.
Also yesterday it was cold and while wearing a hat to Walmart, I was criticized by an old man for purchasing shampoo, while an additional three made the same ignorant self-gratifying (usually intentional) assumption.
People are very fat. I’m OK with fat people if they are trying to lose weight or at least admit they are fat & unhealthy. Fat people here have fat friends & fat family members, & they seem to take pride in their fatness with zero desire to change.
– Fashion. I’m not the best dressed or most up to date myself, but people here don’t even try. The common theme is an extra large red Badger hoodie with baggie blue jeans, often carpenter style jeans from the 90s, Nike shoes & untidy facial hair that hasn’t been trimmed for 10 days. Put on a pair of semi-slim pants, somewhat fitted sweater, & Converse shoes & you’ll stick out severely. Other than Milwaukee, there’s no culture or scene in this state.
– Politics. Most states I’ve lived in the residents keep to themselves about politics, but not here. As a moderate I find both sides equally annoying, dumb, & in your face. The right’s views are mostly based on fear of the unknown & what could happen to their safe comfy city/town. E.g. “If we approve the school referendum then we’ll each pay $500 a year in taxes! I heard it from Charles while eating in the diner.” The left isn’t any better. You simply can’t debate or reason with the left here. They’re extremely smug & mostly spend their time throwing insults if you don’t agree with their narrow & simplistic views.
– Madison is so overrated. (But Milwaukee is underrated.) Locals love to go on & on about how great Madison is & like to think it’s a Portland, Seattle or San Francisco. Please! It’s a bitter cold or humid college town with 2 polluted smelly lakes filled with blue algae. Got to love swimming in the lakes filled with
phosphate pollution coming from farm manure! State street’s filled with homeless people & useless, boring, over priced independent shops & restaurants that all try way too hard to be hip. I love to ask the locals how Madison is better than any other college town like Ann Arbor, Minneapolis, Boulder, Knoxville. Their usual pathetic response is – ‘oh don’t cha know there’s just so much ta do wit the arb, da union, da pretty lakes & of course the Badgers are like the best team ever.’ Uh huh bucko. Try again. Madison isn’t anything special other than the over priced housing thanks in large part to Epic as of late. Thanks to the change in politics, the good professors & researchers are now leaving the universities.
– Badgers. Badger fans are rude, loud, dumb, drunk, & they brag non-stop. How dumb do you have to be to throw snowballs at your own cheerleaders (forcing them to leave) or chant “you can’t read” to a black freshman? They better cherish the 2nd place they got last year because that’s the closest they’ll ever come to a championship in football or basketball in the next 100 years. When the Badgers lose, all the fans do is either blame the refs or say some lame comment like “we don’t do rent-a-players like Duke & UK.” I admit, it’s cute watching your white players advance in the tourney while playing old school defense schemes. Football’s a joke with the watered down schedule each year & the extra watered down conference play of Minnesota, Northwestern, etc. Thankfully Urb & Harbaugh will put them in their place in the coming years.
– Drunks. Please stop drinking so much. You embarrass yourselves & make a scene whenever you leave your miserable state. You do realize it’s not normal to drink 12 Brandy Old-Fashions during 1 Packer game right?
– Overrated scenery. Wisconsinites have a lot of pride regarding how beautiful the state is. It’s not beautiful though. Parts of the driftless area is scenic & if you can handle bitter cold & swarms of mosquitos, then parts of the rivers in the northwoods & parts of the north shore are scenic. The rest is flat, mostly treeless (minus the north woods), boring & pretty much a wasteland. Have these residents never been out west to see actual scenery? Or even to the southern U.S. or Appalachians? Wisconsin is scenic?!?
Wisconsin is far from a progressive state now-a-days. Minnesota is where to go if you want booming business and jobs. In Wisconsin over the past 5 years, education was cut in places and while I’m not really familiar with what goes on in Milwaukee, I’ve heard people calling it a rust belt city for well over 10 years now. There is good and bad. Madison is a college town and if you’re in the medical research or academic field at a higher level, then it can be seen as an ideal city to relocate. Keep in mind that its fairly small though and the 250k population might leave you feeling claustrophobic if you’re used to Boston or New York. It seems like Wisconsin would be ideal if you’re looking to start your own business as I’ve heard that its cheaper to setup shop here compared to Illinois when it comes to taxes and all. If you’re into buying nice clothes then you’re going to have a rough time. Sure there are outlet malls scattered all around, but unless you take a day trip out of state you’re going to be limited to department stores for things to buy. Another problem is a total lack of night life. Sure both major areas have performing arts and music venues like the Orpheum and the Eagles Ballroom, but there really isn’t too much to do in between. Most small cities and towns only have sports bars and if there is a dance or music themed club, they become so rowdy that they get shutdown after being in business for only a short while.

Honestly, unless your whole social circle is looking to relocate to Wisconsin, then I would hazard against a relocation. Like any other place Wisconsin has its pros and cons and its not a terrible place to live but it can make you soft and lazy if you’re not careful.

Wisconsin Governor Mulling Mandatory Buyback Of AR-15s

Well, the days of Scott Walker running the state are long gone. That’s regrettable. Former Democratic Rep. Beto O’Rourke, his real name is Robert Francis, went nuclear on the gun control issue. He wants to outright confiscate firearms, specifically so-called assault weapons. Why? Well, to liberals, they’re scary looking. That’s about it. He wants to confiscate the private property of law-abiding Americans. It’s illegal. It’s not going to happen at a federal level anytime soon because a) Bob isn’t going to be president let alone the 2020 Democratic nominee, and b) it’s a losing issue. What can happen though are anti-gun policies that are just as shoddy being enacted at the state level, which is where anti-gunners have been concentrating their efforts and its yielding results.

In Wisconsin, Democratic Gov. Tony Evers is mulling a mandatory buyback of AR-15s in the state, which is confiscation. It’s what Australia did. If people didn’t turn over their guns, they were slapped with legal charges (via ABC 27 WKOW):

    Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers says he would consider mandatory buybacks for assault weapons.

    Democratic presidential candidate and former Texas congressman Beto O’Rourke has been pushing for mandatory buybacks on the campaign trail. Republicans have balked at the idea.

    Asked if he supports mandatory buybacks during a news conference Thursday to introduce a red flag bill, Evers said he would consider the idea. He didn’t elaborate, saying he was focused on trying to get the red flag bill and a universal background check bill that Democrats introduced last month passed.

    The measures come in the wake of mass shootings in Texas and Ohio. The proposals have virtually no chance of passing the Republican-controlled Legislature. The Wisconsin GOP has said restricting gun access won’t stop mass shootings and attention should instead focus on mental health.

The good news is that the Wisconsin legislature is Republican, so that should mean that this proposal is dead in the water. As for the red flag law and expanded background check push in Madison that should also be DOA as well, though you’ll never know about the squishy GOP sect that we have who thinks neither of these proposals would be abused by the Left to confiscate guns and lay down the foundation for a gun registry in the future—the latter of which would also be used to take away people’s guns
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Saturday, September 14, 2019

Top 100 House songs

1. Move Your Body (The House Music Anthem) – Frankie Knuckles pres. Marshall Jefferson
2. Can You Feel It? – Mr. Fingers a.k.a. Larry Heard and Robert Owens
3. Acid Trax – Phuture
4. Love Can’t Turn Around – Farley “Jackmaster” Funk with Darryl Pandy
5. Jack Your Body – Steve “Silk” Hurley
6. Pump Up the Volume – M/A/R/R/S
7. On and On – Jesse Saunders
8. Voodoo Ray – A Guy Called Gerald
9. French Kiss – Lil’ Louis & The World
10. Mystery of Love – Fingers Inc.
11. Music Sounds Better with You – Stardust
12. Gypsy Woman (She’s Homeless) – Crystal Waters
13. That’s the Way Love is – Ten City
14. You Used to Hold Me – Ralphi Rosario feat. Xaviera Gold
15. No Way Back – Adonis
16. Tears – Frankie Knuckles pres. Satoshi Tomiie feat. Robert Owens
17. Baby Wants to Ride – Frankie Knuckles with Jamie Principle
18. It’s Alright – Sterling Void feat. Paris Brightledge
19. Your Love – Frankie Knuckles with Jamie Principle
20. Weekend – Todd Terry
21. Music is the Key – J. M. Silk
22. Break 4 Luv – Raze
23. Where Love Lives (Come on Down) – Alison Limerick
24. Passion (Do You Want it Right Now?) – Gat Decor
25. Hideaway (Deep Dish remix) – De’Lacy
26. To Be in Love – Masters @ Work feat. India
27. You Got the Love – The Source feat. Candi Staton
28. Theme from S’Express – S’ Express
29. I’ll House You – The Jungle Brothers
30. Promised Land – Joe Smooth feat. Anthony Thomas
31. House Nation – The House Master Boyzz & Rude Boy O
32. Washing Machine – Mr. Fingers
33. Not Forgotten – Leftfield
34. Da Funk – Daft Punk
35. Beat Dis – Bomb Da Bass
36. Pacific – 808 State
37. Witch Doktor – Armand Van Helden
38. Can’t Get Enough – Liz Torres
39. Land of Confusion – Armando
40. It’s House – Chip E.
41. Trapped – Colonel Abrams
42. Follow Me – Aly-Us
43. The Bomb (These Sounds Fall into My Mind) – The Bucketheads
44. Groovejet (If This Ain’t Love) – DJ Spiller feat. Sophie-Ellis Bextor
45. Red Alert – Basement Jazz
46. Push the Feeling On – The Nightcrawlers
47. Big Love – Pete Heller
48. This is Acid (A New Dance Craze) – Maurice
49. I’ve Lost Control – Sleazy D.
50. Can You Party? – Royal House
51. Do it Properly – Adonis
52. House of God – DHS
53. Around the World – Daft Punk
54. A Deeper Love – Clivilles & Cole
55. Free (Mood II Swing mix) – Ultra Nate
56. I Can’t Forget – Mr. Lee
57. Sueno Latino – Sueno Latino feat. Carolina Dumas
58. Carino – T-Coy
59. Like This – Chip E. feat. K. Joy
60. Give It Up (Batucada Refrescente) – The Good Men
61. It’s Like That ’98 – Run DMC vs Jason Nevins
62. Professional Widow (Armand Van Helden’s Star Trunk Funkin’ remix) – Tori Amos
63. U Don’t Know Me – Armand Van Helden feat. Duane Harden
64. Sugar is Sweeter (Sugar Daddy) (Armand Van Helden’s Drum N Bass remix) – CJ Bolland
65. (I Wanna Give You) Devotion – Nomad feat. MC Mikee Freedom
66. Your Loving Arms – Billie Ray Martin
67. Spin Spin Sugar (Armand Van Helden’s Garage remix) – Sneaker Pimps
68. Sing it Back – Moloko
69. Killer – Adamski feat. Seal
70. Needin’ U – David Morales pres. The Face
71. Magic Carpet Ride – Mighty Dub Katz
72. In De Ghetto – David Morales & The Badyard Club feat. Crystal Waters
73. The Funk Phenomena – Armand Van Helden pres. Old School Junkies
74. Sexual (Thunderpuss 2000 remix) – Amber
75. Lady (Hear Me Tonight) – Modjo
76. Everybody Be Somebody – Ruffneck feat. Yavahn
77. If You Could Read My Mind – Stars on 54 (Amber, Jocelyn Enriquez, and Ultra Nate)
78. Disco’s Revenge (Mole Hole mix) – Gusto
79. Flawless – The Ones
80. One More Try – Kristine W.
81. Finally – Kings of Tomorrow feat. Julie McKnight
82. Yo Yo Get Funky – Fast Eddie
83. Bring Down the Walls – Robert Owens
84. The Real Thing – Screamin’ Rachel
85. Turn Around – Phats N Small feat. Toney Lee
86. Escravos De Jo – Kerri Chandler & Joe Claussell
87. Gabriel – Roy Davis Jr. feat. Peven Everett
88. Rose Rouge – St. Germain
89. Never Gonna Let You Go ’97 (Kelly G Bump-N-Go vocal remix) – Tina Moore
90. Boom Boom Boom – The Outhere Brothers
91. Rip Groove – Double 99 feat. Top Cat
92. Horny ’98 – Mouse T. vs Hot N Juicy
93. Dirty Cash (Money Talks) – Adventures of Stevie V.
94. We Call It Aciied – D-Mob feat. Gary Haisman
95. The Real Life – Corporation of One
96. Percolator – Cajmere
97. One More Time – Daft Punk
98. The Freaks Come Out – Cevin Fisher’s Big Break
99. The Underground – Celeda
100. Open Up – Leftfield feat. John Lydon

Top 500 Dance Songs

1. !!! – Me and Giuliani Down By the School Yard (A True Story)
2. 2 Bad Mice – Bombscare
3. 2 Live Crew – Throw the D.
4. 2 Unlimited – Get Ready for This
5. 4Hero – Mr. Kirk’s Nightmare
6. 69 Boyz – Tootsee Roll
7. 808 State – Pacific State
8. A Guy Called Gerald – Voodoo Ray
9. A Number of Names – Sharevari
10. A Split Second – Flesh
11. Acen – Trip II the Moon
12. Adam Beyer – Drum Code I
13. Adam F. – Circles
14. Adamski – Killer
15. Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Force – Planet Rock
16. Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Force – Looking for the Perfect Beat
17. Afro-Rican – Give It All You Got
18. Age of Love – Age of Love
19. Air – Sexy Boy
20. Alex Reece – Pulp Fiction
21. Alexander Robotnick – Problemes D’Amour
22. Alice DeeJay – Better Off Alone
23. Altern-8 – Activ-8
24. Aly-Us – Follow Me
25. Amber – This is Your Night
26. Amber – Sexual (Thunderpuss 2000 remix)
27. Amnesia – Ibiza (Loco Acid remix)
28. Amon Duul II – Archangels Thunderbird
29. Amon Tobin – Four Ton Mantis
30. Annie – Heartbeat
31. Aphex Twin – Digeridoo
32. Aphex Twin – Windowlicker
33. Aphex Twin – Come To Daddy
34. Aqua – Barbie Girl
35. Armand Van Helden – U Don’t Know Me
36. Armand Van Helden – The Funk Phenomena
37. Art of Noise – Close (To the Edit)
38. Art of Noise – Moments in Love
39. Art of Trance – Madagascar
40. Artful Dodger – Re-Rewind
41. Ash Ra Tempel – Light and Darkness: Light – Look at Your Sun
42. Astral Projection – Mahadeva
43. ATB – 9 PM
44. Autechre – Bike
45. Autechre – Dael
46. Autechre – Cavity Job
47. Aztec Mystic – Jaguar
48. Azzido Da Bass – Doom’s Night
49. Baby D. – Let Me Be Your Fantasy
50. Baltimora – Tarzan Boy
51. Basement Jaxx – Red Alert
52. Basement Jaxx – Romeo
53. Basement Jaxx – Where’s Your Head At?
54. Basic Channel – Phylyps Trak II
55. BBC Radiophonic Workshop / Ron Grainer & Delia Derbyshire – Doctor Who Theme
56. Beloved – The Sun Rising
57. Billie Ray Martin – Your Loving Arms
58. Bizarre Inc. – I’m Gonna Get You
59. Björk – Human Behaviour
60. Björk – Venus As a Boy
61. Black Box – Ride on Time
62. Black Box – Strike It Up
63. Black Box – Everybody Everybody
64. Black Dog Productions / Plaid – Object Orient
65. Boards of Canada – Telephasic Workshop
66. Bob Marley vs Funk Star Deluxe – Sun is Shining (ATB remix)
67. Bomb the Bass – Beat Dis
68. Bobby O – She Has a Way
69. Brand New Heavies – Dream on Dreamer
70. Brian Eno – Discreet Music
71. Brian Eno – America is Waiting
72. Brian Eno – 1/1
73. Bronski Beat – Smalltown Boy
74. Bruce Haack – Party Machine
75. BT – Flaming June (BT & PVD remix)
76. Bucketheads – The Bomb
77. Buggles – Video Killed the Radio Star
78. C + C Music Factory – Gonna Make You Sweat
79. Cabaret Voltaire – Nag Nag Nag
80. Cajmere – Coffee Pot/Percolator
81. Cameo – Word Up
82. Can – Mushroom
83. Can – Spoon
84. Can – Oh Yeah
85. Carl Craig – At Les
86. Cascada – Everytime We Touch
87. Cathy Dennis – Touch Me
88. Ce Ce Peniston – Finally
89. Cerrone – Love in “C” Minor
90. Charles Wuorinen – Times Encomium
91. Chemical Brothers – Block Rockin’ Beats
92. Chemical Brothers – Setting Sun
93. Cher – Believe
94. Chicane – Offshore
95. Chicory Tip – Son of My Father
96. Chip E. – It’s House
97. CJ Bolland – Sugar Is Sweeter (Armand Van Helden remix)
98. Cluster – Rote Riki
99. Coil – The Anal Staircase
100. Coldcut – Say Kids, What Time Is It?

101. Coldcut feat. Lisa Stansfield – People Hold On
102. Colonel Abrams – Trapped
103. Confetti’s – The Sound of C
104. Corina – Temptation
105. Corona – Rhythm of the Night
106. Crush – Jellyhead (Motiv8 remix)
107. Crystal Method – Busy Child
108. Crystal Waters – Gypsy Woman
109. Crystal Waters – 100% Pure Love
110. Culture Beat – Mr. Vain
111. Cybersonik – Technarchy
112. Cybotron – Clear
113. Cybotron – Alleys of Your Mind
114. D-Train – You’re the One for Me (Francois Kevorkian – Hubert Evans III remix)
115. D.A.F. – Der Mussolini
116. Daft Punk – Da Funk
117. Daft Punk – Around the World
118. Daft Punk – One More Time
119. Dance 2 Trance – We Came In Peace
120. DaRude – Sandstorm
121. Dave Clarke – Wisdom to the Wise
122. David Bowie – Sound and Vision
123. David Morales & The Bad Yard Club – In De Ghetto
124. Dead or Alive – You Spin Me ‘Round (Like a Record)
125. Death in Vegas – Aisha
126. Debbie Deb – When I Hear Music
127. Deborah Cox – Nobody’s Supposed To Be Here (Hex Hector remix)
128. Deee-Lite – Groove is in the Heart
129. Deep Dish – The Future of the Future
130. Deep Forest – Sweet Lullaby
131. Delerium – Silence (DJ Tiesto remix)
132. Dem 2 – Destiny
133. Depeche Mode – Enjoy the Silence
134. Depeche Mode – Just Can’t Get Enough
135. Devo – Whip It
136. Dieselboy – Invid
137. Dirty Vegas – Days Go By
138. DJ Casper / Mr. C the Slide Man – Cha Cha Slide
139. DJ Hype – Weird Energy
140. DJ Miko – What’s Up?
141. DJ Misjah & DJ Tim – Access
142. DJ Seduction – Hardcore Heaven
143. DJ Shadow – What Does Your Soul Look Like? Part IV
144. DJ Shadow – In / Flux
145. DJ Trace – Mutant Revisited
146. DJ Zinc – Super Sharp Shooter
147. DNA feat. Suzanne Vega – Tom’s Diner
148. Donna Summer – I Feel Love
149. Double 99 – RIP Groove
150. Double Dee & Steinski – The Payoff Mix
151. Dust Brothers – Chemical Beats
152. Dynamix II – Just Give the DJ a Break
153. Ed Rush – Bludclot Artattack
154. Eddie “Flashin'” Fowlkes – Goodbye Kiss
155. Edgar Froese – Epsilon in Malaysian Pale
156. Eiffel 65 – Blue
157. Einsturzende Neubauten – Yu-Gung (Futter Mein Ego)
158. Electronic – Getting Away With It
159. EMF – Unbelievable
160. Energy 52 – Cafe Del Mar (Three N One remix)
161. Enigma – Sadeness Part I
162. Enya – Orinoco Flow
163. Erasure – Chains of Love
164. Eric B. & Rakim – Paid In Full (Coldcut remix)
165. Eric Prydz – Call on Me
166. Euromasters – Where the Fuck is Amsterdam?
167. Eurythmics – Sweet Dreams
168. Evelyn “Champagne” King – Love Come Down
169. Evelyn Thomas – High Energy
170. Everything But the Girl – Missing (Todd Terry remix)
171. Faithless – Insomnia
172. Farley “Jackmaster” Funk – Love Can’t Turn Around
173. Fatboy Slim – The Rockafeller Skank
174. Fatboy Slim – Praise You
175. Fatboy Slim – Everybody Needs a 303
176. Felix – Don’t You Want Me?
177. Felix Da Housecat – Silver Screen Shower Scene
178. Fennesz – Endless Summer
179. Fingers Inc. – Can You Feel It?
180. Fischerspooner – Emerge
181. Fragma – Toca’s Miracle
182. Frankie Goes to Hollywood – Relax
183. Frankie Knuckles – Your Love
184. Frankie Knuckles – Tears
185. Freeez – I.O.U.
186. Freestyle – Don’t Stop the Rock
187. Front 242 – Headhunter
188. Future Sound of London – Papua New Guinea
189. Gary Numan – Cars
190. George Winston – Sea
191. Gigi D’Agostino – I’ll Fly With You
192. Gina G. – Ooh Aah…Just a Little Bit
193. Global Communication – 14:31
194. Giorgio Moroder – The Chase
195. Giorgio Moroder – From Here to Eternity
196. Goldfrapp – Ooh La La
197. Goldie – Inner City Life
198. Goodmen – Give It Up
199. Gorillaz – Clint Eastwood
200. Grandmaster Flash – The Adventures of Grandmaster Flash on the Wheels of Steel

201. Green Velvet – La La Land
202. Groove Armada – I See You Baby
203. Hashim – Al-Naafiysh (The Soul)
204. Haddaway – What is Love?
205. Hallucinogen – LSD
206. Happy Mondays – Step On
207. Happy Mondays – Kinky Afro
208. Hardfloor – Hardfloor Acperience
209. Hazell Dean – Searchin’
210. Herbert – Around the House
211. Herbie Hancock – Rockit
212. Hot Butter – Popcorn
213. Human League – Don’t You Want Me?
214. Human Resource – Dominator
215. Humanoid – Stakker Humanoid
216. Humate – Love Stimulation (Paul Van Dyk remix)
217. I-F – Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass (Alden Tyrell remix)
218. iiO – Rapture
219. Immortals – Techno-Syndrome (Theme from “Mortal Kombat”)
220. Information Society – What’s on Your Mind?
221. Inner City – Big Fun
222. Inner City – Good Life
223. Innerzone Orchestra – Bug in the Bassbin
224. Irene Cara – Flashdance…What a Feeling
225. Jam & Spoon – Stella
226. James White aka James Black – Contort Yourself
227. Jamiroquai – Space Cowboy
228. Jaydee – Plastic Dreams
229. Jean-Michel Jarre – Oxygene Part IV
230. Jeff Mills – The Bells
231. Jesse Saunders – On and On
232. J.J. Fad – Supersonic
233. Joe Smooth – Promised Land
234. Joey Beltram – Energy Flash
235. Johnny Jungle – Johnny Jungle
236. Jonny L – Piper
237. Josh Wink – Higher State of Consciousness
238. Jungle Brothers – I’ll House You
239. Junior Senior – Move Your Feet
240. Justin Timberlake – SexyBack
241. Justice – D.A.N.C.E.
242. Karlheinz Stockhausen – Gesang der Junglinge
243. Karlheinz Stockhausen – Elektronische Studie II
244. Kitaro – Shimmering Light
245. Klaus Schulze – Satz Ebene
246. Klein & M.B.O. – Dirty Talk
247. KLF – America: What Time is Love?
248. KLF – Justified and Ancient
249. KLF – 3 a.m. Eternal
250. Kraftwerk – Numbers
251. Kraftwerk – Autobahn
252. Kraftwerk – Trans-Europe Express
253. Kraftwerk – The Model
254. Kraftwerk – Home Computer
255. Kraftwerk – Elecktrisches Roulette
256. Kraftwerk – Von Himmel Hoch
257. Kraftwerk – Klingklang
258. Kylie Minogue – Can’t Get You Out of My Head
259. L.A. Style – James Brown is Dead
260. La Bionda – One For Me, One For You
261. La Bouche – Be My Lover
262. Lady Gaga – Poker Face
263. Lasgo – Something
264. Laura Branigan – Gloria
265. LCD Soundsystem – Losing My Edge
266. LCD Soundsystem – Daft Punk is Playing At My House
267. Leftfield – Song of Life
268. Leftfield – Not Forgotten
269. Leftfield – Open Up
270. Lennie De Ice – We Are I.E.
271. LFO – LFO
272. Lil’ Louis – French Kiss
273. Lil’ Suzy – Take Me in Your Arms
274. Lime – Babe, We’re Gonna Love Tonight
275. Lime – On the Grid
276. Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam – I Wonder If I Take You Home
277. Lisette Melendez – Together Forever
278. Livin’ Joy – Dreamer
279. Londonbeat – I’ve Been Thinking about You
280. Lords of Acid – I Sit on Acid
281. Los Del Rio – Macarena (Bayside Boys remix)
282. Louis & Bebe Barron – Forbidden Planet theme
283. LTJ Bukem – Demon’s Theme
284. LTJ Bukem – Music
285. L’Trimm – Cars with the Boom
286. M – Pop Muzik
287. M People – Movin’ On Up
288. M-Beat feat. General Levy – Incredible
289. Madonna – Into the Groove
290. Madonna – Holiday
291. Madonna – Ray of Light
292. Madonna – Vogue
293. Madonna – Hung Up
294. Man Parrish – Hip Hop, Be Bop
295. Mainx – 88 to Piano
296. Mantronix – Needle to the Groove
297. Manuel Gottsching – E2-E4*
298. Marcia Griffiths – Electric Boogie ’89
299. Marky Mark – Good Vibrations
300. Marmion – Schoneberg

301. M/A/R/R/S – Pump Up the Volume
302. Marshall Jefferson – Move Your Body
303. Massive Attack – Unfinished Sympathy
304. Massive Attack – Protection
305. Massive Attack – Teardrop
306. Masters @ Work – To Be In Love
307. MC A.D.E. – Bass Rock Express
308. Meat Beat Manifesto – Strap Down Part II
309. Mescalinum United – We Have Arrived
310. Metalheadz – Terminator
311. M.I.A. – Galang
312. Michael Jackson – Billie Jean
313. Mighty Dub Katz – Magic Carpet Ride
314. Mike Oldfield – Tubular Bells
315. Ministry – Jesus Built My Hotrod
316. Miquel Brown – So Many Men, So Little Time
317. Miss Kittin & The Hacker – Frank Sinatra
318. Moby – Go
319. Moby – Thousand
320. Model 500 – No UFO’s
321. Modjo – Lady
322. Moloko – Sing It Back
323. Morton Subotnick – Silver Apples of the Moon Parts A and B
324. Mory Kante – Ye Ke Ye Ke
325. Mouse on Mars – Twift Shoeblade
326. Mousse T. vs Hot N Juicy – Horny
327. Mr. Fingers – Mystery of Love
328. Mr. Fingers – Washing Machine
329. Mr. Oizo – Flat Beat
330. Nalin & Kane – Beachball
331. Natural Born Chillers – Rock the Funky Beat
332. Nayobe – Please Don’t Go
333. Neu! – Negativland
334. New Horizon – Find the Path
335. New Order – Blue Monday
336. New Order – Confusion
337. New Order – Bizarre Love Triangle
338. Newcleus – Jam On It
339. Nightcrawlers – Push the Feeling On
340. Nightmares on Wax – Aftermath
341. Nicki French – Total Eclipse of the Heart
342. Nine Inch Nails – Closer
343. Nine Inch Nails – Head Like a Hole
344. No Mercy – Where Do You Go?
345. Normal – Warm Leatherette
346. Ofra Haza – I’m Nin’Alu
347. Olive – You’re Not Alone
348. Omni Trio – Renegade Snares
349. Orb – A Huge Ever Growing Pulsating Brain That Rules from the Centre of the Ultraworld
350. Orb – Little Fluffy Clouds
351. Orbital – Chime
352. Orbital – Halcyon + On + On
353. Origin Unknown – Valley of the Shadows
354. Outhere Brothers – Boom Boom Boom
355. Oval – Do While
356. O-Zone – Dragostea Din Tei
357. Paperclip People – Throw
358. Patrick Cowley – Megatron Man
359. Paul Hardcastle – 19
360. Paul Oakenfold – Southern Sun
361. Paul Van Dyk – For An Angel
362. Peech Boys – Don’t Make Me Wait
363. Pet Shop Boys – It’s a Sin
364. Pet Shop Boys – West End Girls
365. Pete Heller – Big Love
366. Phuture – Acid Tracks
367. Pigbag – Papa’s Got a Brand New Pigbag
368. Planet Soul – Set U Free
369. Plastikman – Spastik
370. Portishead – Sour Times
371. Portishead – Glory Box
372. Praga Khan – Injected With a Poison
373. Primal Scream – Rocks
374. Primal Scream – Higher Than the Sun
375. Primal Scream – Loaded
376. Prince – 1999
377. Prodigy – Charly
378. Prodigy – Firestarter
379. Prodigy – Breathe
380. Propellerheads – History Repeating
381. Pump Panel – Confusion (Pump Panel Reconstruction remix)
382. Quad City DJ’s – C’mon ‘N Ride It
383. Rapture – House of Jealous Lovers
384. Raze – Break 4 Luv
385. Real McCoy – Another Night
386. Real McCoy – Run Away
387. Reel 2 Real – I Like To Move It
388. Renegade – Terrorist
389. Rhythim is Rhythim – Strings of Life
390. Rhythim is Rhythim – Nude Photo
391. Rick Wakeman – Catherine of Aragon
392. Right Said Fred – I’m Too Sexy
393. Robert Armani – Circus Bells
394. Robert Hood – Minus
395. Robert Miles – Children
396. Robin S. – Show Me Love
397. Ron Trent – Altered States
398. Roni Size & Reprazent – Brown Paper Bag
399. Rotterdam Termination Source – Poing
400. Royal House – Can You Party?

401. Royksopp – Poor Leno
402. Rozalla – Everybody’s Free
403. Run-D.M.C. vs Jason Nevins – It’s Like That
404. Rune – Calabria
405. Ryuichi Sakamoto – Riot in Lagos
406. Sabres of Paradise – Smokebelch II
407. Saint Etienne – Only Love Can Break Your Heart
408. Sasha – Xpander
409. Second Phase – Mentasm
410. S’Express – Theme from S’Express
411. Shamen – Move Any Mountain
412. Shamen – Ebeneezer Goode
413. Shannon – Let the Music Play
414. Sharkey & Hixxy – Toy Town
415. Shut Up & Dance – Raving I’m Raving
416. Shy FX – Shake Ur Body
417. Silver Apples – Oscillations
418. Skinny Puppy – Assimilate
419. SL2 – On a Ragga Tip
420. Slam – Positive Education
421. Sleezy D – I’ve Lost Control
422. Smart E’s – Sesame’s Treet
423. SNAP! – The Power
424. SNAP! – Rhythm is a Dancer
425. Sneaker Pimps – Spin Spin Sugar (Armand Van Helden Remix)
426. Soft Cell – Tainted Love
427. Sonique – It Feels So Good
428. Soul II Soul – Back to Life
429. Soul II Soul – Keep on Movin’
430. Source – You Got the Love
431. Space – Magic Fly
432. Sparks – The Number One Song in Heaven
433. Speedy J – Pull Over
434. Spiller – Groovejet
435. Squarepusher – My Red Hot Car
436. St. Germain – Alabama Blues (Revisited)
437. Stacey Q – Two of Hearts
438. Stardust – Music Sounds Better With You
439. Stereo MC’s – Connected
440. Steve Halpern – Spectrum Suite
441. Steve “Silk” Hurley – Jack Your Body
442. Stone Roses – Fools Gold
443. Strafe – Set it Off
444. Suicide – Frankie Teardrop
445. Suicide – Dream Baby Dream
446. Sven Vath – L’Esperanza
447. Sylvester – (You Make Me Feel) Mighty Real
448. T La Rock & Jazzy J – It’s Yours
449. T. Power vs MK-Ultra – Mutant Jazz
450. T-99 – Anasthasia
451. Tag Team – Whoomp! There It Is
452. Talvin Singh – Light
453. Tangerine Dream – Alpha Centauri
454. Tangerine Dream – Rubycon Part I
455. Tangerine Dream – Atem
456. Tangerine Dream – Phaedra
457. Technohead – I Wanna Be a Hippy
458. Technotronic – Pump Up the Jam
459. Telepopmusik – Breathe
460. Telex – Moskow Diskow
461. Terrorist – The Chopper
462. Terry Riley – A Rainbow in Curved Air
463. Throbbing Gristle – 20 Jazz Funk Greats
464. Throbbing Gristle – Zyklon B Zombie
465. Time Zone – World Destruction
466. Tina Moore – Never Gonna Let You Go ’97 (Kelly G remix)
467. Todd Terry – Weekend
468. Tomita – Snowflakes Are Dancing
469. Tori Amos – Professional Widow (Armand Van Helden remix)
470. Tramaine – Fall Down (Spirit of Love)
471. Trans X – Living on Video
472. Transglobal Underground – Shimmer
473. Tricky – Black Steel
474. Tricky – Aftermath Version I
475. Tubeway Army – Are Friends Electric?
476. Ultra Nate – Free (Mood II Swing remix)
477. Ultravox – Hiroshima Mon Amour
478. Ultravox – Slow Motion
479. Underground Resistance – The Final Frontier
480. Underworld – Born Slippy .NUXX
481. Underworld – Rez
482. Underworld – Cowgirl
483. UNKLE – Rabbit in Your Headlights
484. Utah Saints – Something Good
485. Vangelis – Theme from “Chariots of Fire”
486. Vengaboys – We Like to Party
487. Visage – Frequency 7
488. Walter Carlos – Two-Part Invention in D Minor
489. Walter Carlos – Two-Part Invention in F Major
490. Wendy Carlos – Spring
491. Whitney Houston – I’m Every Woman
492. Whigfield – Saturday Night
493. Yanni – Keys to Imagination
494. Yello – Oh Yeah
495. Yellow Magic Orchestra – Computer Game
496. Yellow Magic Orchestra – Rydeen
497. Yellow Magic Orchestra – Kimi Ni Mune Kyun
498. Yellow Magic Orchestra – Behind the Mask
499. Young Disciples – Apparently Nothin’
500. Zombie Nation – Kernkraft 400

Top 150 Dance songs of the 1980s

1. Billie Jean – Michael Jackson
2. Into the Groove – Madonna
3. Don’t You Want Me? – Human League
4. Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) – Eurythmics
5. Tainted Love – Soft Cell
6. Super Freak Part I – Rick James
7. Beat It – Michael Jackson
8. Celebration – Kool and The Gang
9. 1999 – Prince
10. It Takes Two – Rob Base and DJ EZ Rock
11. Push It – Salt-N-Pepa
12. All Night Long (All Night) – Lionel Richie
13. Another One Bites the Dust – Queen
14. Flashdance…What a Feeling – Irene Cara
15. Holiday – Madonna
16. Let the Music Play – Shannon
17. Wild Thing – Tone Loc
18. Pump Up the Jam – Technotronic
19. Thriller – Michael Jackson
20. Blue Monday – New Order
21. Upside Down (Inside Out) – Diana Ross
22. It’s Raining Men – The Weather Girls
23. Take Your Time (Do It Right) – S.O.S. Band
24. I’m So Excited – The Pointer Sisters
25. I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me) – Whitney Houston
26. The Humpty Dance – Digital Underground
27. Love Shack – B-52s
28. Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’ – Michael Jackson
29. Let’s Groove – Earth, Wind, and Fire
30. Jump (For My Love) – The Pointer Sisters
31. I Feel For You – Chaka Khan
32. Rapture – Blondie
33. Walk Like An Egyptian – The Bangles
34. Girls Just Want To Have Fun- Cyndi Lauper
35. Our Lips Are Sealed – Go-Gos
36. Situation – Yazoo
37. The Safety Dance – Men Without Hats
38. I Can’t Wait – Nu Shooz
39. Electric Boogie – Marcia Griffiths
40. Give It To Me Baby – Rick James
41. In My House – Mary Jane Girls
42. Forget Me Nots – Patrice Rushen
43. Genius Of Love – Tom Tom Club
44. You Dropped A Bomb On Me – Gap Band
45. Rhythm of the Night – DeBarge
46. More Bounce to the Ounce Part I – Zapp
47. When Doves Cry – Prince
48. Let’s Dance – David Bowie
49. I’m Coming Out – Diana Ross
50. Heartbeat – Taana Gardner
51. Let It Whip – Dazz Band
52. Kiss – Prince & The New Power Generation
53. Let’s Hear It For the Boy – Deniece Williams
54. You Spin Me Around (Like a Record) – Dead or Alive
55. Whip It! – Devo
56. Conga – Miami Sound Machine
57. Pump Up the Volume – M/A/R/R/S
58. Ride On Time – Black Box
59. Like a Virgin – Madonna
60. Me, Myself, and I – De La Soul
61. My Prerogative – Bobby Brown
62. Footloose – Kenny Loggins
63. Fame – Irene Cara
64. Relax – Frankie Goes To Hollywood
65. Goody Two Shoes – Adam Ant
66. Rockit – Herbie Hancock
67. Word Up! – Cameo
68. You’re the One For Me – D-Train
69. Planet Rock – Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Force
70. Sunglasses At Night – Corey Hart
71. Oh Sheila – Ready For the World
72. Stomp! – Brothers Johnson
73. Venus – Bananarama
74. Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go – Wham!
75. Maniac – Michael Sembello
76. Gloria – Laura Branigan
77. Atomic Dog – George Clinton
78. Burn Rubber (Why You Wanna Hurt Me?) – Gap Band
79. She Works Hard For the Money – Donna Summer
80. Everybody Have Fun Tonight – Wang Chung
81. Hungry Like the Wolf – Duran Duran
82. Somebody’s Watching Me – Rockwell
83. Electric Avenue – Eddy Grant
84. We Got the Beat – Go-Gos
85. Material Girl – Madonna
86. The Way You Make Me Feel – Michael Jackson
87. She Drives Me Crazy – Fine Young Cannibals
88. The Politics of Dancing – Re-Flex
89. The Glamorous Life – Sheila E.
90. Freeway of Love – Aretha Franklin
91. She Blinded Me with Science – Thomas Dolby
92. Just Can’t Get Enough – Depeche Mode
93. Walking On Sunshine – Katrina & The Waves
94. Who Can It Be Now? – Men At Work
95. Nasty – Janet Jackson
96. White Horse – Laid Back
97. Funky Cold Medina – Tone Loc
98. Bust A Move – Young MC
99. When I Think of You – Janet Jackson
100. Mickey – Toni Basil

101. Always Something There To Remind Me – Naked Eyes
102. Too Shy – Kajagoogoo
103. Our House – Madness
104. I Wonder If I Take You Home – Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam
105. I Can Dream About You – Dan Hartman
106. Never Gonna Give You Up – Rick Astley
107. Two of Hearts – Stacey Q
108. Let’s Go Crazy – Prince & The Revolution
109. Fresh – Kool & The Gang
110. Jungle Love – The Time
111. Living In America – James Brown
112. Let’s Go All the Way – Sly Fox
113. Nasty Girl – Vanity 6
114. Rumors – Timex Social Club
115. No Parking (On the Dance Floor) – Midnight Star
116. Axel F – Harold Faltermeyer
117. New Attitude – Patti LaBelle
118. Last Night a DJ Saved My Life – Indeep
119. Double Dutch Bus – Frankie Smith
120. A Love Bizarre – Sheila E.
121. Get Down On It – Kool & The Gang
122. How Will I Know? – Whitney Houston
123. I Want Candy – Bow Wow Wow
124. So Many Men, So Little Time – Miquel Brown
125. High Energy – Evelyn Thomas
126. 19 – Paul Hardcastle
127. Part-Time Lover – Stevie Wonder
128. Bad – Michael Jackson
129. Express Yourself – Madonna
130. Hot Hot Hot – Buster Poindexter
131. P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing) – Michael Jackson
132. Break My Stride – Matthew Wilder
133. Dance Hall Days – Wang Chung
134. I Want a New Drug – Huey Lewis & The News
135. Ghostbusters – Ray Parker Jr.
136. (Keep Feeling) Fascination – Human League
137. Caribbean Queen (No More Love On the Run) – Billy Ocean
138. (Let’s Get) Physical – Olivia Newton John
139. Don’t Leave Me This Way – Communards
140. Come Go With Me – Expose
141. Give Me the Night – George Benson
142. Love Sensation – Loleatta Holloway
143. The Loco-Motion – Kylie Minogue
144. What’s On Your Mind? (Pure Energy) – Information Society
145. I’m In Love – Evelyn “Champagne” King
146. People Hold On – Coldcut feat. Lisa Stansfield
147. Can’t Fake the Feeling – Geraldine Hunt
148. Theme from S-Express – S-Express
149. Beat Dis – Bomb the Bass
150. Swing the Mood – Jive Bunny & The Mastermixers

Top 100 Dance songs of the 1990s

1. Vogue – Madonna
2. Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) – C&C Music Factory
3. Groove Is In The Heart – Deee-Lite
4. The Power – SNAP!
5. Whoomp! There It Is – Tag Team
6. Macarena (Bayside Boys remix) – Los Del Rio
7. U Can’t Touch This – MC Hammer
8. Unbelievable – EMF
9. Baby Got Back – Sir Mix-A-Lot
10. Good Vibrations – Marky Mark and The Funky Bunch feat. Loleatta Holloway
11. Finally – Ce Ce Peniston
12. Show Me Love- Robin S.
13. Get Ready For This – 2 Unlimited
14. Here Comes the Hotstepper (Heartical mix) – Ini Kamoze
15. Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It – Will Smith
16. C’mon N Ride It (The Train) – Quad City DJs
17. Gypsy Woman (She’s Homeless) – Crystal Waters
18. Believe (Life After Love) – Cher
19. Everybody Everybody – Black Box feat. Martha Wash
20. I Like To Move It – Real 2 Real feat. The Mad Stuntman
21. Touch Me (All Night Long) – Cathy Dennis
22. Rhythm is a Dancer – SNAP!
23. Be My Lover – La Bouche
24. Rhythm of the Night – Corona
25. Children (Dream version) – Robert Miles
26. Summertime – DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince
27. What Is Love? – Haddaway
28. Mr. Vain – Culture Beat
29. All That She Wants – Ace of Base
30. This Is Your Night – Amber
31. I’m Too Sexy – Right Said Fred
32. Another Night – MC Sar and The Real McCoy
33. 100% (Pure Love) – Crystal Waters
34. I’ve Been Thinking About You – Londonbeat
35. Total Eclipse of the Heart – Nikki French
36. Everybody’s Free (To Feel Good) – Rozalla
37. Tom’s Diner – D.N.A. feat. Suzanne Vega
38. Strike It Up – Black Box
39. Tootsee Roll – 69 Boyz
40. Run Away – MC Sar and The Real McCoy
41. Jump Around – House of Pain
42. Sadness Part I – Enigma
43. Poison – Bell Biv Devoe
44. Rump Shaker – Wreckx-N-Effect
45. This Is How We Do It – Montell Jordan
46. Da’ Dip – Freak Nasty
47. Hip Hop Hooray – Naughty By Nature
48. O.P.P. – Naughty By Nature
49. Achy Breaky Heart – Billy Ray Cyrus
50. Jump – Kris Kross
51. Sweet Dreams – La Bouche
52. Go – Moby
53. Black Or White – Michael Jackson
54. Dreamer – Livin’ Joy
55. Your Loving Arms – Billie Ray Martin
56. Where Do You Go? – No Mercy
57. Beautiful Life – Ace of Base
58. Moving on Up – M People
59. Music Sounds Better with You – Stardust
60. Insomnia – Faithless
61. U Don’t Know Me – Armand Van Helden feat. Duane Harden
62. Around the World – Daft Punk
63. Ooh Aah…Just a Little Bit – Gina G.
64. Professional Widow (Armand’s Star Trunk Funkin’ mix) – Tori Amos
65. Come Baby Come – K7 and The Swing Kids
66. Don’t Stop Movin’ – Livin’ Joy
67. We Like To Party – The Vengaboys
68. Free (Mood II Swing mix) – Ultra Nate
69. Set U Free – Planet Soul feat. Nadine Renee
70. The Bomb (These Sounds Fall into My Mind) – Bucketheads
71. Cantaloop (Flip Fantasia) – Us3
72. If You Could Read My Mind – Stars on 54
73. Push the Feeling On – The Nightcrawlers
74. In De Ghetto – Bad Yard Club feat. Crystal Waters
75. Magic Carpet Ride – Mighty Dub Katz
76. Boom Boom Boom – The Outhere Brothers
77. 3 AM Eternal – The KLF
78. Do You Miss Me? – Jocelyn Enriquez
79. More and More – Captain Hollywood
80. Tonight is the Night – Le Click
81. Born Slippy – Underworld
82. Jellyhead (Motiv8 mix) – Crush
83. Dazzey Duks – Duice
84. Spin Spin Sugar (Armand van Helden mix) – Sneaker Pimps
85. Sugar Is Sweeter – CJ Bolland
86. No Diggity – BLACKstreet feat. Dr. Dre
87. Ray of Light – Madonna
88. It’s Like That ’98 – Jason Nevins vs Run-D.M.C.
89. Mo Money, Mo Problems – Notorious BIG feat. Puff Daddy & Ma$e
90. Whatta Man – Salt-n-Pepa & En Vogue
91. Smooth – Carlos Santana with Rob Thomas
92. Temptation – Corina
93. Together Forever – Lisette Melendez
94. Cotton Eye Joe – Rednex
95. Better Off Alone – Alice DeeJay
96. Blue (Da Ba Dee) – Eiffel 65
97. Don’t Call Me Baby – Madison Avenue
98. It Feels So Good – Sonique
99. Sexual (Li Da Di) – Amber
100. Livin’ La Vida Loca – Ricky Martin

101. What’s Up – DJ Miko
102. Nobody’s Supposed to Be Here (Hex Hector mix) – Deborah Cox
103. Twilight Zone – 2 Unlimited
104. Kernkraft 400 – Zombie Nation
105. Give it Up – The Goodmen
106. The Rockafeller Skank – Fatboy Slim
107. Fantastic Voyage – Coolio
108. Please Don’t Go – K.W.S.
109. I’m Every Woman – Whitney Houston
110. Shoop – Salt-n-Pepa
111. Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit of…) – Lou Bega
112. Motownphilly – Boyz II Men
113. No Limit – 2 Unlimited
114. Tribal Dance – 2 Unlimited
115. The Funk Phenomenon – Armand Van Helden
116. 1, 2, 3, 4 (Sumpin’ New) – Coolio
117. I Love You Always Forever – Donna Lewis
118. Boot Scootin’ Boogie – Brooks & Dunn
119. Kitty Kitty – 69 Boyz
120. I Like It Like That – The Blackout Allstars feat. Tito Nieves
121. Killer – Adamski
122. Justified and Ancient – The KLF feat. Tammy Wynette
123. Short Dick Man – 20 Fingers & Gillette
124. Now That We Found Love – Heavy D & The Boyz
125. Mortal Kombat – The Immortals
126. Fat Boy – Max-a-Million
127. Fired Up – Funky Green Dogs
128. It’s Not Right But It’s Okay (Thunderpuss mix) – Whitney Houston
129. It’s My Life – Dr. Alban
130. One More Try – Kristine W
131. Ready to Go (U.S. mix) – Republica
132. Scatman (Ski Ba Bop Ba Dop Bop) – Scatman John
133. Lovefool – Cardigans
134. Hey Mr. DJ – Zhane
135. Return of the Mack – Mark Morrison
136. How Bizarre – OMC
137. Something Good – Utah Saints
138. America: What Time is Love? – The KLF
139. Suavemente – Elvis Crespo
140. Call Me – Le Click feat. Kayo
141. Red Alert – Basement Jaxx
142. Turn the Beat Around – Gloria Estefan
143. I See You Baby – Groove Armada feat. Gram’ma Funk
144. Time After Time – INOJ
145. Firestarter – The Prodigy
146. Bodyrock – Moby
147. Waiting for Tonight – Jennifer Lopez
148. Supermodel (You Better Work) – RuPaul
149. For An Angel (Angel in Heaven) – Paul Van Dyk
150. Emotions – Mariah Carey

Top 100 Dance Songs of the 2010s

1. Get Lucky – Daft Punk (feat. Pharrell Williams & Nile Rodgers) (2013)
2. Born This Way – Lady Gaga (2011)
3. Dark Horse – Katy Perry (feat. Juicy J) (2013)
4. The Middle – Zedd, Maren Morris & Grey (2018)
5. Bangarang – Skrillex (feat. Sirah) (2012)
6. Wake Me Up – Avicii (2013)
7. More Than You Know – Axwell and Ingrosso (2017)
8. Closer – The Chainsmokers (feat. Halsey) (2016)
9. We Found Love – Rihanna (feat. Calvin Harris) (2011)
10. This Is What It Feels Like – Armin van Buuren (feat. Trevor Guthrie) (2013)
11. Lean On – Major Lazer and DJ Snake (feat. MØ) (2015)
12. The Edge of Glory – Lady Gaga (2011)
13. Where Are Ü Now – Skrillex and Diplo with Justin Bieber (2015)
14. Something Just like This – The Chainsmokers and Coldplay (2017)
15. Take Over Control – Afrojack (feat. Eva Simons) (2010)
16. Rather Be – Clean Bandit (feat. Jess Glynne) (2014)
17. Titanium – David Guetta (feat. Sia) (2011)
18. Clarity – Zedd (feat. Foxes) (2012)
19. Sugar – Robin Schulz (feat. Francesco Yates) (2015)
20. Roses – The Chainsmokers (feat. Rozes) (2016)
21. Only Girl (In the World) – Rihanna (2010)
22. Part of Me – Katy Perry (2012)
23. Don’t You Worry Child – Swedish House Mafia (feat. John Martin) (2012)
24. Red Lights – Tiësto (2013)
25. Latch – Disclosure (feat. Sam Smith) (2012)
26. Silence – Marshmello (feat. Khalid) (2017)
27. Turn Me On – David Guetta (feat. Nicki Minaj) (2011)
28. Don’t Let Me Down – The Chainsmokers (feat. Daya) (2016)
29. Turn Down for What – DJ Snake and Lil Jon (2013)
30. Runaway (U & I) – Galantis (2014)
31. S&M – Rihanna (2011)
32. Animals – Martin Garrix (2013)
33. Rocket – Goldfrapp (2010)
34. It Ain’t Me – Kygo and Selena Gomez (2017)
35. Need U (100%) – Duke Dumont (feat. A*M*E & MNEK) (2013)
36. One Love – David Guetta (feat. Estelle) (2010)
37. Summer – Calvin Harris (2014)
38. On the Floor – Jennifer Lopez (feat. Pitbull) (2011)
39. Woman’s World – Cher (2013)
40. Happier – Marshmello and Bastille (2018)
41. Heroes (We Could Be) – Alesso (featuring Tove Lo) (2014)
42. Remind Me to Forget – Kygo (feat. Miguel) (2018)
43. One Kiss – Calvin Harris (with Dua Lipa) (2018)
44. The Veldt – Deadmau5 (feat. Chris James) (2012)
45. Give Me All Your Luvin’ – Madonna (feat. Nicki Minaj, M.I.A.) (2012)
46. Wolves – Marshmello (with Selena Gomez) (2017)
47. Never Be like You – Flume (feat. Kai) (2016)
48. Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites – Skrillex (2010)
49. Let Me Go – Alesso with Hailee Steinfeld (feat. Florida Georgia Line, Watt) (2017)
50. Girl Gone Wild – Madonna (2012)
51. Cool for the Summer – Demi Lovato (2015)
52. Dirty Sexy Money – Afrojack with David Guetta (feat. Charli XCX & French Montana) (2017)
53. Harlem Shake – Baauer (2012)
54. Sunshine – David Guetta & Avicii (2011)
55. Let Me Love You – DJ Snake (feat. Justin Bieber)(2016)
56. Symphony – Clean Bandit (feat. Zara Larsson) (2017)
57. Sun Is Shining – Axwell and Ingrosso (2015)
58. I Got U – Duke Dumont (feat. Jax Jones) (2014)
59. Just Hold On – Steve Aoki (with Louis Tomlinson) (2016)
60. Rockabye – Clean Bandit (feat. Sean Paul and Anne-Marie) (2016)
61. Tonite – LCD Soundsystem (2017)
62. Electricity- Silk City (with Dua Lipa) (2018)
63. Omen – Disclosure (feat. Sam Smith) (2015)
64. Dance Again – Jennifer Lopez (feat. Pitbull) (2012)
65. Barbra Streisand – Duck Sauce (2010)
66. Calling (Lose My Mind) – Sebastian Ingrosso (with Alesso featuring Ryan Tedder) (2012)
67. Living for Love – Madonna (2014)
68. Miami 2 Ibiza – Swedish House Mafia vs. Tinie Tempah (2010)
69. Another You – Armin van Buuren (feat. Mr Probz) (2015)
70. How We Do (Party) – Rita Ora (2012)
71. My Way – Calvin Harris (2016)
72. Acapella – Kelis (2010)
73. Best Friend – Sofi Tukker (feat. Nervo, The Knocks and Alisa Ueno) (2017)
74. Complicated – Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike (with David Guetta feat. Kiiara) (2017)
75. Feels – Calvin Harris (feat. Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry and Big Sean) (2017)
76. Timebomb – Kylie Minogue (2012)
77. We Run the Night – Havana Brown (feat. Pitbull) (2011)
78. Magenta Riddim – DJ Snake (2018)
79. Spectrum – Zedd (feat. Matthew Koma) (2012)
80. One (Your Name) – Swedish House Mafia (feat. Pharrell) (2010)
81. Waste It on Me – Steve Aoki (feat. BTS) (2018)
82. Bitch I’m Madonna – Madonna (feat. Nicki Minaj) (2014)
83. Seeya – Deadmau5 (feat. Colleen D’Agostino) (2014)
84. Believe – Crystal Waters, Sted-E & Hybrid Heights (2016)
85. Disarm You – Kaskade (feat. Ilsey) (2015)
86. Dancing on My Own – Robyn (2010)
87. The Time (Dirty Bit) – The Black Eyed Peas (2010)
88. Throw – LCD Soundsystem (2010)
89. Never Forget – Lena Katina and Dave Audé (2011)
90. Dancing – Kylie Minogue (2018)
91. Collide – Leona Lewis and Avicii (2011)
92. Run This Town – Niiko x SWAE (feat. Celine Farach) (2017)
93. The Other Boys – Nervo (feat. Kylie Minogue, Jake Shears & Nile Rodgers) (2015)
94. Lost – VASSY & Afrojack (feat. Oliver Rosa) (2017)
95. Live It Up – Jennifer Lopez (feat. Pitbull) (2013)
96. Five More Hours – Deorro and Chris Brown (2015)
97. Sleepless – Cazzette (feat. The High) (2014)
98. A Different Way – DJ Snake (feat. Lauv) (2017)
99. Hold On – Nervo (2013)
100. I Don’t Like You – Eva Simons (2011)

My CD collection

Aphex Twin Selected Ambient Works 85-92 5 2002
Various 100 Hits Rock Jukebox 2016
Sasha & John Digweed Renaissance: The Mix Collection 5 1994
Dave Seaman And Ian Ossia Renaissance: The Mix Collection Part 4 1996
The Thrillseekers Nightmusic Volume 1 5 2005
The Thrillseekers Nightmusic Volume 3 5 2008
The Thrillseekers Nightmusic Volume 2 5 2007
System Of A Down System Of A Down 0
Above & Beyond Anjunabeats Volume One 2003
Above & Beyond Anjunabeats Volume Two 2006
Above & Beyond Anjunabeats Volume Three 2005
Above & Beyond Tri-State 3 2006
Above & Beyond Anjunabeats Volume Four 2006
Above & Beyond Anjunabeats Volume Five 2007
Jaytech & James Grant (4) Anjunadeep 03 5 2011
Jaytech & James Grant (4) Anjunadeep 04 5 2012
Jody Wisternoff & James Grant (4) Anjunadeep 05 5 2013
Jody Wisternoff & James Grant (4) Anjunadeep 06 5 2014
Jody Wisternoff & James Grant (4) Anjunadeep 07 5 2015
Way Out West Tuesday Maybe 2 2017
Jody Wisternoff & James Grant (4) Anjunadeep 09 5 2017
James Grant (4) & Jody Wisternoff Anjunadeep 10 2019
Various Anjunadeep In Miami 2018 2018
Jaytech & James Grant (4) Anjunadeep 02 5 2010
Brooks & Dunn Brand New Man 5 1991
Brooks & Dunn (3) Waitin' On Sundown 1994
Brooks & Dunn Steers & Stripes 4 2001
Alan Jackson (2) 34 Number Ones 5 2010
Brooks & Dunn The Greatest Hits Collection 5 1997
Various Universal Religion - Chapter One 5 2003
Armin van Buuren Universal Religion 2004, Live From Armada At Ibiza 5 2004
Markus Schulz Miami '05 5 2005
Various A State Of Trance - The Collected 12" Mixes 5 2005
Various Electronic Elements: The Collected 12" Mixes 5 2005
Various Electronic Elements: The Collected 12" Mixes 5 2005
Markus Schulz Ibiza '06 5 2006
Various A State Of Trance - Collected 12" Mixes Volume 2 5 2007
Various Electronic Elements: The Collected 12" Mixes Vol. 2 5 2007
Sunlounger Another Day On The Terrace 2007
Markus Schulz Amsterdam 08 5 2008
Various Captivating Sounds - The Collected 12" Mixes Volume 2 5 2008
Various A State Of Trance - Collected Extended Versions Volume 3 5 2008
Roger P. Shah Magic Island: Music For Balearic People 4 2008
Markus Schulz Toronto '09 2009
Various A State Of Trance - Collected Extended Versions Volume 4 5 2009
Armin van Buuren Universal Religion Chapter 4 - Special Edition 4 2009
Dash Berlin The New Daylight 2009
Sunlounger The Downtempo Edition 5 2010
Markus Schulz Las Vegas '10 4 2010
Armin van Buuren A State Of Trance 2010 5 2010
Dash Berlin United Destination 2010 5 2010
Roger P. Shah Magic Island: Music For Balearic People Vol. 3 2010
Armin van Buuren A State Of Trance 2004 - 2009 5 2010
Markus Schulz Prague '11 5 2011
Armin van Buuren A State Of Trance 2011 2011
Various A State Of Trance 500 5 2011
Dash Berlin United Destination 2011 5 2011
Armin van Buuren Universal Religion Chapter Five 3 2011
Markus Schulz Los Angeles ’12 4 2012
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