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Where are my Electronic Dance Music lovers? Official Thread.

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I'd say I am relatively new to the genre but it has been all I've listened to as of late. Big fan of:

Axwell, Hardwell, Laidback Luke, Bingo Players, Avicii, Deniz Koyu, Armin van Buuren, Tiesto, Calvin Harris, Chuckie, Kaskade, Nero, Swedish House Mafia, and Ivan Gough.

Any songs you particularly cannot get enough of?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2LBX3h3uzbU

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Best workout music possible.

I disagree...I wanted to get off my bike and c*nt punch the instructer in my spin class this weekend for only playing that

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Fair enough, I just love it for lifting weights. When the beat drops, perfect time to start your set.

Less talk more music :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtsxPuwd2H8&feature=related

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If it were that simple, everyone would be a world class DJ and producer.

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it's just not my genre..a little too repetitive for me...that and it brings up memories of my early 20s that'd I'd rather forget

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it's just not my genre..a little too repetitive for me...that and it brings up memories of my early 20s that'd I'd rather forget

I was never a big fan until I got into my twenties and started going to clubs in major cities in Europe, LA, and Miami and now I just cannot get enough.

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This genre of music reminds of the 10 years or so, that I probably shouldn't have lived through, when all I did was party. Needless to say, I very rarely listen to it anymore.

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When I did rave and poo, I went to quite a few DJ Breeze shows across the pond.

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