The Politics of Dancing

Album: The Politics of Dancing (1983)
Charted: 28 24
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  • One possible meaning is a fantasy scenario where all the politicians become DJs and play music instead of legislating. Another meaning is a criticism of how politicians don't say what they mean: "We're under pressure, yes we're counting on you, like what you say is what you do." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Jack - Eugene, OR
  • Re-Flex was a British Techno/Dance group. They lasted just one album, and this was their only hit.
  • This was used in the movies Red and Edge of Seventeen.
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