Celebrating the '80s electro-dance era, at least as it was perceived in New York clubs, this mixes period pounders with updated readings from contemporary exponents. Electroclash may not have taken off on cue, but there's a trickle-down situation now. You'll both laugh at and bounce about to Miss Kittin & The Hacker's irreverent "Frank Sinatra", Ladytron's comic "Seventeen" and Felix Da Housecat's "Money, Success, Fame, Glamour".

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Party Monster – Island

Celebrating the ’80s electro-dance era, at least as it was perceived in New York clubs, this mixes period pounders with updated readings from contemporary exponents. Electroclash may not have taken off on cue, but there’s a trickle-down situation now. You’ll both laugh at and bounce about to Miss Kittin & The Hacker’s irreverent “Frank Sinatra”, Ladytron’s comic “Seventeen” and Felix Da Housecat’s “Money, Success, Fame, Glamour”. Original hedonistic hoofers such as Shannon’s “Give Me Tonight” and ABC’s “Millionaire” are here, and even Marilyn Manson chips in with “The La La La Song”. In the style of a transsexual diva. Which is entirely his prerogative.