Rhythm is a Dancer

It’s no secret that I love to dance.

I rely on my iPod (her name is Apple, because she’s green.  I didn’t even realize how ironic that was for months) at the gym every day — and sometimes it’s a struggle not to dance while I’m on the elliptical.  I do kind of sing.  Well, no.  But I do lipsync while I’m working out, and I don’t really care if I look like an ass.  And I dance a little in the locker room. And sometimes by the water fountain. I can’t be contained!

The problem?  Even with 90+ songs on my Ashbo playlist, I start to get really bored, and need new music.  I’ll find a few favorites, but after a few weeks I kind of start to hate them.

Right now, for example, I can’t get enough of these:

Ke$ha — F*ck Him He’s a DJ
(I know, she’s awful.  But those beats!  They’re so addictive!)

Chris Brown — She Ain’t You
(Yes, I think he’s got some anger management issues, but boyfriend can dance.)

Britney Spears (feat. Nicki Minaj & Ke$ha) — Till The World Ends (Remix)
(Ke$ha, again, I know.  I’m sorry.  But this one is more for Nicki.)

Dirty Vegas — Never Enough
(Randomly heard this one on Cougar Town a few weeks ago.  Also, does anyone else want to play Penny Can?  Because I do.)

I give it another two weeks before I hate every single one of them.

So, I’m open to suggestions, people.  If there’s something you listen to at the gym, or out for a run that helps keep you moving — let me know what it is.

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6 thoughts on “Rhythm is a Dancer

  1. My music tastes run kind of weird, but there is a lot of really bad 80s/90s pop on my workout list (head towards Wham!, take a right at BSB/NSYNC/early Britney).

  2. I enjoy music with dance rhythms: if the music is too laid back, I find I do not make that extra effort. Currently I am listening to the album “Joy” by Fefe Dobson.

  3. Neko case (you will be obsessed!), abagail washburn and the sparrow quartet, omg do you listen to michael frianti & spearhead? Extremely hot, tall and talented biracial artist. You will love him. I love your blog.

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