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1) Music originating from america in the 1960's. Created for people to dance to, with a prominent bass line and clever loops and samples. The most innovative style of music around today, encouraging new and varied ideas to emerge into the mainstream only to be knocked out of the charts by some pansie pop group or boyband who's records are bought by young girls.
Note: Dance music is not pop music. People who think that this is the case have never heard real dance music. pathetic people who call themselves djs by producing a re-make with a heavy beat and female vocals do not produce dance music. they produce poor quality pop.
by samstorm December 05, 2004
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Background music for making out and/or dry-humping in the middle of a crowded dance floor.
Friend 1: That dance music in the club was nice.
Friend 2: Come on; I know why you really liked it.
by dance_music_rules February 26, 2005
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Awful noise defined by a constant bass drum, the reason being so you can bang your head up against a wall and knock yourself out so you don't have to listen to it. People into this sort of rubbish have to take drugs so they can listen without being bored to death. Listened to by burberry wearing idiots, teenagers with 5 kids and people who want to think they are hard. They are not.
Luckily can't think of an example of dance music. Tripe!
by Jonthemon June 21, 2007
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