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    Quote Originally Posted by Xigor View Post
    I've always wanted to take Salsa classes. Haven't gotten around to doing so yet, but maybe some day.
    Salsa's cool, but it doesn't get into me and make me want to move the way Swing can. There's just so much more energy in Swing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reeve View Post
    Salsa's cool, but it doesn't get into me and make me want to move the way Swing can. There's just so much more energy in Swing.
    You've maybe just danced to slow Salsa or very "difficult" (almost a-rythmic) Salsa.

    Some of the songs really don't immediately "get me" either, but some others do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TequilaFlavor View Post
    You've maybe just danced to slow Salsa or very "difficult" (almost a-rythmic) Salsa.

    Some of the songs really don't immediately "get me" either, but some others do.
    Nah, I've done a lot of different types of salsa. It's just the type of rhythm doesn't resonate with me the way that the swingyness of swing can, no matter the tempo.
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    I like to dance, I dance everywhere. To any kind of music at just about anytime. electronic, 80's hair rock, hip hop, death metal, punk rock, even a nice flow of hippie jam. Basically I like to groove, break, mosh, rage etc...its a lot of fun.

    Oh and black doesn't always refer to race in the music industry. Its a term that is also very common to mean anti-establishment music or music that got its roots from anti-establishment. Black metal is a pretty common one. But Rap, Reggae, hip hop and RnB really started as fairly anti-establishment types of music. not sure if thats whats meant by the term here, but black has multiple meanings when describing art forms.

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    I like to dance. I'm not a very good dancer but it's fun. Not really fussed about what type of music is played, although I suppose I prefer to "dance" to rock and metal music because that does not require much coordination or finesse, which suits me perfectly :P

    Also bravo Gamdwelf for derailing your own thread. That takes... dedication.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerath View Post
    Also bravo Gamdwelf for derailing your own thread. That takes... dedication.
    That's High praise!

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