Name Your Choon

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With a pair of free Sunday passes for this weekend’s Metropiis Festival and a bottle of Absolut Colors voddie to give away we asked you: name your favourite dancefloor choon.

You answered in your dozens.

The top 10 In reverse order:

10. Brainbug – Nightmare (Neill Hannon)
9. Boys Noize – Frau Feat. I-Robots (Jim)
8. VIM – Maggies Last Party (Brian)
7. New Order – Blue Monday (mcp)
6. Slam – Positive Education (Robby Cook)
5. Kink – Cloud Generator (AMS)
4. Daft Punk – One More Time – (PippyLongSocks)
3. Jamie XX – Sleep Sound (therealkevinWhitty)
2. Love is Energy by Joe Roberts (hugsie)
1. Flight Facilities – Crave You (DannyC)

Thanks all.

Listen to the complete  winning playlist (above)  here

Metropolis Festival is a brand new indoor winter music festival taking place in Dublin’s RDS this weekend [November 7 and 8] and Absolut is taking over the RDS’ Serpentine Hall, renaming it the Electrik Stage, where the best of Irish and International DJ’s will ‘pump’ out choons all weekend.

Previously: Absolut Electrik Boogaloo

12 thoughts on “Name Your Choon

  1. Sarah Murphy

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  2. Joey Joe Joe

    Not to be pedantic but Soma is the record label upon which ‘Positive Education’ was released by Slam

    1. Robby Cook

      Their error, not mine in the first instance.
      Googled yer wan who posted the comp, new immediately winner would be some recent hipster dusky-esk type sh!te

  3. Mr. T.

    Ah ye weren’t around in the 90s when you’d end up at a really dangerous party in Sheriff street off your knockers on yokes. Twisted faces, flash of a gun, cool breeze of come down at 7am.

    Now it’s all preened marketing hipsters dancing on a square at the Happy Pear DJ stand in Body & Soul.

  4. some old queen

    Yes never again. Euphoria at The Basement under O2 (or whatever its called now) last Friday was very lucky not to have someone carried out on a stretcher. It must have been 40°C at times. Total of one hour to queue to pay, cloak and buy drink. And that was at 12:30 -1:30.

    Sorry lads, your point that nobody likes real house music any more is?

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