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- adj. Alternative spelling of four-on-the-floor.
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But then I remembered he's not afraid to play with both 4-on-the-floor AND breakbeats (unlike many), and my biggest question right now is: how did he edit the visuals to sync so well with the music?
Even though there are different modes of worship in churches, one should not forget, that the spirit does not necessarily live in the great thunders of the timpani or 4-on-the-floor kick drum, praise choir, brass section, or in the soaring voices of the St. Thomas boys choir that I heard this morning at communion.
When I pulled up in my metallic silver-pine green '55 Chevy with 4-on-the-floor, and revved up the engine in the middle of the street, you came right over to my car and leaned in the window. “