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  • adjective Not danceable.

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Examples

  • "Footwurk Homicide," with its fusillade of taunts, is more violent than any dance could be, and "Fade da Black Trak" sounds virtually undanceable, which is exactly the point.

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  • "Footwurk Homicide," with its fusillade of taunts, is more violent than any dance could be, and "Fade da Black Trak" sounds virtually undanceable, which is exactly the point.

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  • It's pretty undanceable which is okay because drunks can't dance anyway.

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  • Seems like everyone is talking about the nerve of MGMT, who made 40,000 people stand through material from their good but undanceable new album before they got to their electro-pop hits; Phoenix's gig, which drew more fans than Pavement and made guys in their 30s question the meaning of music for all eternity; and collaborations between Beyonce/Jay-Z and Thom Yorke/Flea.

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  • Tim and me would be out on the floor flailing away as best we could to Bob's music which was completely undanceable and indecipherable.

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  • * Last night we were at a big party where the DJ went way off course, first skipping around a few not-too-danceable hip-hop songs before going into a 25-minute streak of only Latin music, follwed by AC/DC's "Thunderstruck", followed by one of my least favorite songs from high school, the completely undanceable Counting Crows with "Mr. Jones".

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  • * Last night we were at a big party where the DJ went way off course, first skipping around a few not-too-danceable hip-hop songs before going into a 25-minute streak of only Latin music, follwed by AC/DC's "Thunderstruck", followed by one of my least favorite songs from high school, the completely undanceable Counting Crows with "Mr. Jones".

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  • Combining the undanceable beats of dubstep with the quivering vocals of torch song, the Londoner somehow found himself ranked second in the

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  • But the slick restaurant wasn't attracting the kind of crowd that appreciated loud, dark, undanceable music, and after a few months the relationship soured.

    Chicago Reader

  • But the slick restaurant wasn't attracting the kind of crowd that appreciated loud, dark, undanceable music, and after a few months the relationship soured.

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