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June 19, 2002


Smart article on Salon about

Smart article on Salon about why dance music is the most influential music out there today, even if it's not on the radio. Even if Timo Maas' album isn't showing up on the Billboard charts, the writer says, the fact that we're all hearing techno and house in ads on TV all the time, and that kids are going to raves even if they're Dave Matthews fans, shows that we secretly love dance music here in America. Hey, suddenly Americans are getting into soccer now that the US is in the World Cup quarterfinals, so maybe we're finally coming around to the joys of trashy, repetitive, fluffy music too.

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