Songs You Can Dance Around Your Apartment To, Volume 11 by Anne T. Donahue

If you can't relate to Hugh Grant's rendition of "Jump" in Love Actually, you're a dirty liar. Why? Because regardless of who you are or where you come from (or where you happen to be reading this), you've once celebrated the announcement of good news or too much sugar by moving around your apartment (or singing into your hairbrush) with the grace and poise of a fictional good-looking British politician who just told Billy Bob Thornton what's what. Case in point: that's what I did after being asked to make you this playlist. Now go pretend your kitchen's the new Madison Square Garden, and try not to notice that I didn't include The Pointer Sisters.


1. Summer Camp - "Nobody Knows You"
2. Twin Shadow - "When We Were Dancing"
3. S.C.U.M. - "Amber Hands"
4. Crocodiles - "Hearts Of Love"
5. Neko Case and Nick Cave - "She's Not There"
6. Austra - "Spellwork"
7. Crystal Castles - "Vanished"
8. Cut Copy - "Need You Now"
9. LCD Soundsystem - "Dance Yrself Clean"
10. Joy Division - "Love Will Tear Us Apart"
11. The Horrors - "Sea Within A Sea"

You can find every edition of Songs You Can Dance Around Your Apartment To here. If you are the copyright holder of any song included in this podcast and would like it removed, please contact us.

Anne T. Donahue, who compiled this podcast, is a writer for sites like AUX, NME and Spinner, and you can follow her on Twitter here or on Tumblr here. She remembers all the words to the Student Bodies theme song, and still regrets not buying a Spice Mice sweatshirt when they were readily available.


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